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Home Detention is a resource that can be used in lieu of jail incarceration for sentenced criminal matters. The Home Detention program requires the Justice Involved Individual to complete an application at which point an interview will be conducted to determine eligibility.
Some, but not all of the factors that may disqualify an applicant from this program are:. Eligible individuals are monitored electronically for compliance with an ankle bracelet, or via a mobile monitoring application. The monitoring device type will be determined by the Home Detention Community Justice Officer during the application interview. This program is critical for providing court sentences as an alternative to Jail.
It is the practice of Jackson County Community Justice to look for alternative sanctions that help to rehabilitate the offender and yet still maintain community safety. Sentences less than 15 days require payment in full on the first day of the custody. Sentences of 15 days or more are subject to a payment plan deed by the Home Detention Community Justice Officer. Home Detention Paperwork: The applicant must be in possession of a sentencing order s for the custody that will be considered for Home Detention. Safety, Change, Customer Service and Team Work: Jackson County Community Justice works collaboratively with partner agencies as well as the citizens of Jackson County to achieve positive outcomes and reduce recidivism.
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