Case Flow Examples

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Consistent and timely attention at every step means more people succeed with their programs.

 

We are all about success but, the reality is that not every program participant succeeds. Before we begin, we work with you to establish clear procedures for every outcome. Below are three overview examples of the common program outcomes. If you would like more details or if you would like to discuss a specific diversion, sentencing alternative or probation program, contact us.

Successful Completion

  1. Law enforcement cites offender or offender is identified and located
  2. Case information goes to Prosecutor
  3. Prosecutor determines suitability of case for diversion
  4. Prosecutor offers diversion to offender and instructs him/her to contact Program
  5. Prosecutor notifies Program of offender’s pending registration
  6. Offender contacts Program
  7. Offender registers with Program
  8. Program sends instructional/informational packet to offender
  9. Program confirms acceptance or declination with Prosecutor’s Office
  10. Offender begins to complete requirements (e.g.): Destruction of property: Educational component(s), Restitution, Letter of apology. . . . Driving without Insurance: Educational Component, Proof of adequate auto insurance, Valid drivers licence. . . . Minor in Possession: Educational Component, Community Service
  11. Offender continues to contact the Program monthly during the balance of his/her term (with continuing proof of license, proof of completion of scheduled community service, etc.)
  12. Offender successfully completes Program
  13. Program sends Certificate of Completion to offender
  14. Program notifies Prosecutor’s Office of completion

Failed During Program Prior to Completion

  1. Law enforcement cites offender or offender is identified and located
  2. Case information goes to Prosecutor
  3. Prosecutor determines suitability of case for diversion
  4. Prosecutor offers diversion to offender and instructs him/her to contact Program
  5. Prosecutor notifies Program of offender’s pending registration
  6. Offender contacts Program
  7. Offender registers with Program
  8. Program sends instructional/informational packet to offender
  9. Program confirms acceptance or declination with Prosecutor’s Office
  10. Offender begins to complete requirements (e.g.): Possession of Controlled Substance: random drug tests
  11. Offender tests positive during random drug screening test
  12. Program notifies Prosecutor’s office of failed drug test
  13. Prosecutor determines next steps

Declined Program at Registration

  1. Law enforcement cites offender or offender is identified and located
  2. Case information goes to Prosecutor
  3. Prosecutor determines suitability of case for diversion
  4. Prosecutor offers diversion to offender and instructs him/her to contact Program
  5. Prosecutor notifies Program of offender’s pending registration
  6. Offender contacts Program but declines to participate in Program
  7. Program notifies Prosecutor’s Office of declination
  8. Prosecutor determines next steps

Not only does Bracket take the administrative burden off of you but there is a good chance we can be more effective. Bracket has powerful tools and procedures as well as decades of experience handling efficient and effective programs.