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- BI responded to the agency’s need and offered to oversee an offender-funded EM program
- The program retained a successful completion rate and delivers strict accountability
- With the full DRC, Madera can refer more participants and expand classes and staff.
- BI programs support officers in a cost-efficient manner.
- Merced saw the DRC solution as a smarter alternative to expensive detention.
- Classes are geared to change criminal behavior and develop vocational, coping and life skills.
- Michigan’s EM program supervises about 2,000 individuals daily
- Officials estimate millions of dollars are saved annually through this program
- Since opening in 2009, the DRC has doubled its capacity
- Among graduates, approximately 80 percent find stable employment.
- Individuals referred to the CCSC go through a multiphase program that lasts up to 180 days
- In 2009 Napa Department of Corrections asked BI to set up a unique program called JEEP
- Facing a $56 million jail expansion and a lack of funding, the county sought new solutions
- The reduction in daily cost saved the county $2.3 million in operational costs in 2009
- The county has seen a savings of approximately $1.2 million since January 2012.
- The pretrial program has become a model for other counties with AB 109 challenges.
- In 2005, the jail population was 22% above capacity
- The Sedgwick County DRC has become a trusted source for local courts.