1 CUYAHOGA COUNTY ADULT PROBATION department . (Revised September 2014). PRETRIAL SERVICES. INVESTIGATION SUPERVISION PROGRAMMING AND SERVICES. Bond Investigation (Page 2) Court Supervised Release (CSR) (Page 2) (See page 15-20). o Diversion Investigation CSR - Domestic Violence caseload Court Community Service (CCS). o Drug Court Eligibility Determination CSR - Mental Health caseloads Domestic Intervention & Education Training (DIET). o Early Intervention Program (EIP) Eligibility CSR - Home Detention/Electronic Monitoring Drug Testing Determination Diversion Program (Page 3) Mental Health Docket Coordination Early Intervention Program (EIP) (Page 3) Substance Abuse Treatment Coordinators Felony Drug Court Program (Page 4) Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC).
2 PROBATION SERVICES. INVESTIGATION SUPERVISION PROGRAMMING AND SERVICES. Presentence Investigation (Page 5) Risk-Based Supervision (Pages 7 9) (see page 15-20). Low Risk Carrying Concealed Weapon (CCW). Post Sentence Investigation (Page 5) Low Moderate Risk Court Community Service (CCS). Specialized Investigations: Moderate Risk Day Programming o Certificate of Qualification for Employment High Risk Domestic Intervention and Education Training (Page 6) Extremely High Risk Special Populations (Pages 9-11) (DIET). o Expungement (Page 6) Drug Testing Domestic Violence (DV). Mental Health / Developmental Disability (MHDD) Mental Health Docket Coordination Non Support (NS) Substance Abuse Treatment Coordinators Sex Offender Thinking for a Change (T4C).
3 Other Supervision Options (Pages 12-14) Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC). Community Based Correctional Facility Supervision Component Home Detention / Electronic Monitoring / Transdermal Alcohol Detection Interstate / Intrastate Transfer Intervention in Lieu of Conviction (ILC). Work Release 1. PRETRIAL SERVICES. Bond Investigation PROGRAM OVERVIEW ELIGIBILITY AND REFERRAL PROCESS SAMPLE JOURNAL ENTRY. Marion Building 5th floor Pretrial Investigation staff collaborates with the Common Pleas Eligibility Requirements Court's Bond Commissioner Office and Cleveland Municipal Not currently on PROBATION /parole Court's Bond Investigation Unit to provide complete, accurate The CSR Bond Form, which No other pending felony charge(s).
4 Deputy Chief James Starks information to the Court by: Three or less felony convictions in past 3 years documents conditions of 216-443-7893 Two or less willful failure to appear in past three years supervision, may be used Conducting Jail investigations Supervisor Janna Phillip Monitoring released pretrial arrestee for compliance with Referral Process: OR. 216-443-2162 release conditions Automatic review of COUNTY Jail and suburban waiting lists by Providing eligibility screening for alternative disposition CSR staff programs ( , EIP) CSR Supervision Type (CJIS- Recommendation at initial Municipal Court hearing or Front Desk Providing Electronic Monitoring when ordered as a Common Pleas arraignment CMSG332).
5 216-443-2152 condition of bond Court contacts Pretrial Services and/or orders bond Standard CSR. investigation and/or release recommendations Court Supervised PROGRAM OVERVIEW ELIGIBILITY AND REFERRAL PROCESS SAMPLE JOURNAL ENTRY. Release (CSR). Eligibility Requirements Marion Building 5th floor Monitors released pretrial arrestees for compliance with release conditions Not currently on PROBATION /parole The CSR Bond Form, which Deputy Chief James Starks Provides Court with violation and compliance reports No other pending felony charges documents conditions of supervision, 216-443-7893 Provides Electronic Monitoring as condition of bond Three or less felony convictions in past three years may be used Provides specialized supervision for offenders with mental Two or less willful failure to appear in past three years Supervisor Winston Grays health needs and developmental disabilities OR.
6 216-443-3012 Referral Process: CSR includes specialized caseloads for defendants with mental Automatic review of COUNTY Jail and suburban waiting lists by health issues and/or developmental disabilities, and for CSR staff CSR Supervision Type (CJIS- Front Desk defendants charged with domestic violence offenses. CMSG332). Recommendation at initial Municipal Court hearing or 216-443-2152. Common Pleas initial hearing, arraignment, or upon referral Electronic monitoring can be ordered as a condition of for pre-sentence investigation. Standard CSR. PROBATION along with CSR. Court contacts Pretrial Services and/or orders bond investigation and/or release recommendations 2.
7 Diversion Program PROGRAM OVERVIEW ELIGIBILITY AND REFERRAL PROCESS SAMPLE JOURNAL ENTRY. Eligibility Requirements Marion Building 5th floor Diversion Investigation Officers review referred cases, No prior felony convictions (including expunged cases). conduct thorough criminal record checks and gather other Non-violent and non-drug related offenses CSR Supervision Type (CJIS- Deputy Chief James Starks information to determine eligibility. Not excluded by and restitution less than $7,500 CMSG332). 216-443-7893 Accepted defendants are supervised by Diversion Officers No pattern of criminal behavior in the Court Supervised Release Unit.
8 Voluntarily consents to participate and abide by conditions Diversion Supervision Supervisor Michael Brady Court Community Work Service required up to a maximum of 50 hours Referral Process 216-263-4577. Setup and enforcement of restitution payments as ordered CUYAHOGA COUNTY Prosecutor's Office screens cases for Drug testing and referral to services as needed eligibility Front Desk Dismissal of case upon successful completion of the Court utilizes Pretrial Services for eligibility determination 216-443-2152 Diversion Program (interviews, criminal history check, etc.). Placement is made on recommendation of Prosecutor, by the Court at arraignment or by the assigned Judge Early Intervention PROGRAM OVERVIEW ELIGIBILITY AND REFERRAL PROCESS SAMPLE JOURNAL ENTRY.
9 Program (EIP). Referred to TASC for substance use disorder Eligibility Requirements Marion Building 5th floor assessment during eligibility determination No more than 1 prior felony Placed on Court Supervised Release supervision as Eligible per ORC Intervention in Lieu of CSR Supervision Type (CJIS- Deputy Chief James Starks condition of bond Conviction CMSG332). 216-443-7893 Appropriate drug treatment provided through TASC No other pending felony charges Program within 45 days of arrest EIP Supervision Supervisor Winston Grays Referral for mental health assessments and services Referral Process.
10 216-443-3012 when necessary CSR reviews defendants entering COUNTY Jail for Referred for Court Community Service requirement program eligibility Front Desk maximum of 50 hours Defense Attorneys may request Prosecutor's Office 216-443-2152 Supervision for approximately one year review for program eligibility Case dismissal upon successful completion of Early Common Pleas Judges may refer for evaluation and Intervention Program eligibility determination through Pretrial Services. 3. Felony Drug Court PROGRAM OVERVIEW ELIGIBILITY AND REFERRAL PROCESS SAMPLE JOURNAL ENTRY. Eligibility Requirements Marion Building 5th floor The program follows the national Drug Court model based on Any felony drug (non-trafficking) offense of the third, fourth Criminal PROBATION Journal Entry the 10 Key Components or fifth degree; or CJIS - CMSG449).