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Community Corrections, by the numbers

October 22, 2013

    Community Corrections Director Ian Gilbert reported to the Adams County Commissioners Monday afternoon on changes in staff and the number of individuals enrolled in his department's program.
    Gilbert informed commissioners of the resignation of a part-time employee who has served as a field officer conducting home visits on offenders placed on home detention. The employee, who also works full-time as a Decatur city police officer, will be switching shifts and is resigning to be able to devote more time to his family. Gilbert asked and received approval to fill the vacancy.
    Currently, the community corrections program services 34 individuals (including one juvenile) on home detention, four individuals on day recording, 39 taking classes and 28 active community service members.
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