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Hamilton County Moves to Red on State Department of Health’s Monitoring Scale
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Benefits of Community Corrections
Planning - The offender learns to plan their day, usually for the first time in their life.
Accountability - The offender learns to be accountable for their time and actions.
Public Safety - Programs provide for intensive supervision and services so the safety of the community is not compromised.
Sentencing Options - The judiciary is given several additional sentencing options in which they can better address the rehabilitative needs of the individual offender.
Cost-Effective - Programs are less expensive than traditional incarceration, saving valuable tax dollars.
Preventative - The offender can obtain treatment that will assist in breaking the cycle of criminal activity.
Family Stability - The offender is able to meet their family obligations, and the family unit can remain intact.
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