AFJCCCP is a Community Supervision Program designed to provide probation services for offenders as an alternative to incarceration.
Offender Supervision within this Program will fall under one of five Programs, (see Prorams & Services) and may consist of the following criteria in conjunction with and in any combination of the following stipulations:
1. Educational referrals (GED/HSD required); 2. Maintain employment (or actively seek employment) and/or be enrolled in school or college; 3. Daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly check-in by phone and/or in person to FJCCCP’s office; 4. Random drug testing conducted on-site (COC/MOR/AMP/METH/PCP/THC/ALCO); 5. Random accountability checks; 6. Community Service; 7. Treatment Referral, as needed or court ordered; and 8. Electronic monitoring or house arrest; 9. CROP Substance Abuse Evaluation 10. Payment of court fines, victim restitution & child support.Statement of Agreement
STATEMENT OF AGREEMENT All offenders must agree to the above stipulations and sign a “Statement of Agreement” indicating such. Any offender who becomes negligent in meeting these conditions will go to jail or have his or her case referred back to the Courts.
Every defendant that enters the program will go through an intake process. Intake into the program will consist of the following:
- Initial Screening ¨ Criminal History ¨ Interview ¨ Baseline Drug Test ¨ Inquiry of Substance Use/Abuse History ¨ Inquiry of Circumstances surrounding current charges ¨ Verification ¨ Recommendation ¨ Release ¨ Supervision ¨ CROP Substance Abuse Evaluation ¨ Defendant Specific Case Management Plan ¨ Referral for other services
Drug Test: $30.00 (6-panel test, includes alcohol)
Supervision Fees: $30.00 per month
Reschedule: $5.00 each occurrence
Intake Reschedule: $10.00 each occurrence
Duplicate documents: $3.00 per item
(The amount of time spent rescheduling appointments and duplicating documents, which often includes appointment notices, is insurmountable. As such, these fees are charged in hopes that clients would rather be responsible to retain their information than to have to pay for it. In this way, the objective is to teach clients responsibility; not to be punitive or burden the client.)