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RESTITUTION CENTER

The mission of the Taylor-Callahan-Coleman Counties Restitution Center is to reintegrate offenders into society by providing protection to the community through supervision of the offender, and opportunities for rehabilitation to the offender through exposure to life skills training, financial planning, education and employment.  The rehabilitative programs will provide a chance for offenders to choose to become productive, law-abiding citizens.

 

In an effort to fulfill this mission the Taylor-Callahan-Coleman Counties Community Supervision and Corrections Department, governed by the District Courts, has founded the Restitution Center as a community correctional facility to be used as a sanction and an alternative to incarceration in the Institutional Division for eligible offenders.

 

The Restitution Center is classified in Article 42.12 Texas Code of Criminal Procedure as a Community Correctional Facility.  In accordance with this code and the CJAD Standards for Restitution Centers, a Seven-Phase Reintegration Program is in use.  The Center provides a structured living environment; however, the residents do interact with and maintain their ties with the community through their workplace, Community Service Projects and “program incentive” time with family.  The Program Components required are an Education (GED) and Life Skills Program, Employment Program, Community Service Restitution and a Cognitive based Intervention program.  The Center also offers Substance Abuse Education, Anger Management, Family Group and Aftercare/Post Release Supervision.

The following table illustrates activity of the Restitution Center from FY ’04 through ’09:  

 

Restitution Center
Historical Program Activity
FY '04 - '09

 

 

 

FY’04

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Intakes

91

106

96

79

110

98

Discharges

95

104

 95

96

96

92

Served

150

161

 153

137

150

151















 The following table illustrates Restitution Center discharge data by Discharge Reason:

 

Restitution Center Discharges by Discharge Reason
Fiscal Years ’04-'09

 

 

 

FY’04

(N=95)

FY’05

(N=104)

FY’06

(N=95)

FY’07

(N=96)

FY’08

(N=96)

FY’09

(N=92)

Completion of Program

53

65

56

73

68

61

Inappropriate Placement

6

7

4

9

8

9

Violation of Program

36

32

17

8

18

18

Absconded

 

 

18

5

2

4

Transfer

 

 

 

0

0

0

Death

 

 

 

0

0

0

Other Overriding Activity

 

 

 

1

0

0

           
















N=Total Number Discharged