Who We Are
West Central Regional Community Corrections will be an innovative, respected leader in community corrections.
WCRCC provides the region’s courts cost effective, community-based alternative sentencing options designed to supervise and educate non-violent offenders using evidence based practices in an effort to insure their success in becoming and remaining productive members of society.
A program that provides intensive supervision and services for 1) individuals generally convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor OR 2) juveniles adjudicated a delinquent or awaiting further hearings before the Juvenile Court. The program participant resides in their home and is only released to attend work, school, treatment/education programs identified as part of their individualized case plan, or other activities approved by the Court. While on the program, a participant’s activities are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using electronic technology as well as frequent visits by program staff to their home or work. WCRCC operations are supported by grants and client user fee payments.
National Institute of Correction’s Eight Evidence-Based Principles for Effective Intervention
WCRCC policy, procedures, and efforts are based on the National Institute of Correction’s Eight Evidence-Based Principles for Effective Intervention designed to effectively promote offender success and recidivism reduction.
Assess Actuarial Risk/Needs
Enhance Intrinsic Motivation
Risk Principle | Need Principle | Responsivity Principle | Dosage | Treatment