Provides intensive supervision and surveillance for adult and juvenile 0ffenders who would otherwise be incarcerated in State facilities. Funding is from the Kansas Department of Corrections and the Juvenile Justice Authority. Intensive supervision is the cornerstone of Community Corrections. For offenders, this includes frequent face to face meetings with case managers. It also includes routine drug testing, surveillance-including evenings and weekends, community service, and regular contacts with other community agencies that provide offender services such as counseling, drug and alcohol rehabilitation,etc. The director of Community Correction is Annie Grevas. You can reach her at the following address:
227 N Santa Fe, Suite 202
Salina, KS 67401
28th Judicial District Community Corrections
Statement of Mission
To insure that safety of the community and the well-being of the offender by utilizing the most current research and risk management tools to identify abnormal behaviors and assist in the development of life-long behavior changes.
GOALS AND STRATEGIES:
- To strengthen our linkages to the Counties; Communities; Courts; Juvenile Justice System; and the Department of Corrections.
- Enhance the delivery of information between, and communication among, all who provide services to clients.
- Not to discriminate between or among offenders in the provision of services.
- Demonstrate leadership, fairness, equity, and integrity to all we come in contact.
- Operate in the most cost effective manner possible without compromising the goals of this agency.
- Be available to the clients, judges, court, attorneys, parents, and all service providers.
- Respect the responsibility entrusted to us. We will not compromise our authority or our integrity, or the integrity of others.
- Adhere to all applicable Juvenile Justice Authority and Kansas Department of Corrections standards whenever possible.
- Encourage and help motivate clients to change faulty belief systems and negative behaviors by creating a respectful partnership with the client that will bring about an atmosphere conducive to such behavior change.
- Work toward fully implementing Evidence Based Practices in supervision to assure that we are utilizing treatment strategies which have been proven effective in the field to improve outcomes and reduce recidivism in our work with offenders