TOGETHER BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY
Welcome to Cass Pulaski Community Corrections! We offer community-based programs for offenders in our criminal justice system and offenders transitioning from the Indiana Department of Corrections to our community. We are committed to applying effective evidence-based programming to encourage positive choices and change in our participants, improving their quality of life and our community.
Learn more about how we were established, as well as our mission and vision. Find out more about our governing advisory board and partnership with the Indiana Department of Corrections.
Our primary services include electronic monitoring home detention, work release, community service and therapeutic programming with the purpose of providing community-based, rehabilitative alternatives to incarceration.
Interested in launching your career in the corrections, counseling or law enforcement field?
Gain experience in case management, therapeutic counseling and field work in a dynamic work environment that supports personal growth and development. We provide cost effective and evidence-based community based supervision programs that serve as an alternative to incarceration. Many of our prior correctional officers have gone on to successful careers in law enforcement, counseling or probation. Part-time positions available. If you are a student we offer flexible scheduling.
Click the link below for more information or to apply.
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DATA DASHBOARD
In collaboration with Pretrial Services and our Local JRAC Council we have begun collecting data and measuring the below performance metrics. CPCC believes continually monitoring our data and metrics is an essential part of evidence-based practices and a measure of ensuring public and community safety. We are proud to introduce a new data-dashboard where the community and stakeholders can find real-time program metrics and measures. For more information and data click here to view our past reports.
Safety Rate: the percentage of defendants who do not commit a new offense while under supervision
Completion Rate: the percentage of clients who remain under supervision until the end of their sentence.
Violation Rate: the percentage of defendants who received a violation pending violations are NOT included in calculations
Drug Screen Positivity Rate: the percentage of drug screens administered that return a positive result
COVID-19 Self-Test Kits Available
With the slight rise in COVID-19 cases, it is important continue to be safe and take the proper precautions when necessary. We currently have COVID-19 self-test kits available at our office, generously provided by our local health department. If you would like to request a kit, please contact your case manager.
SEA 9 Changes
With the stricter supervision standards put in place by SB9, we are asking that you request your passes in a timely matter, when possible, and have approval before leaving. Also, please be mindful to leave and return within the timeframes allotted and keep your bracelet charged. Thank you and if you have further questions please contact your case manager.
COMMUNITY JOB POSTINGS
At Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections, both our work release residents and electronic monitoring clients are required to maintain employment while participating in the program. Below is a listing of local job openings and employment opportunities. If you are a local business or factory and would like your openings shared, please fill out the form below.
In response to COVID-19, we at Cass Pulaski Community Corrections have modified our practices to protect our clients, residents, and staff.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 please reschedule your visit and/or contact your case manager immediately if you are experiencing one of the following or have tested positive for COVID-19:
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Repeated shaking with chills
Loss of taste or smell
You have a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
You've had known close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Click here to schedule an appointment to get tested.
When entering our facility please protect yourself and others by:
Wearing a mask at all times
Using hand sanitizer at one of the provided stations
Covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing
Practicing social distancing by keeping a 6ft distance from others
All of our facility classes and groups are now also available online in our virtual classroom environment, including MRT, Beyond Trauma and Anger Management. Home Detention and Pretrial Clients are now able to participate in programming with our work release residents without coming to facility. Simply click on the link on the schedule to join a class.
Please contact your case manager if you are interested in programming or need assistance joining a virtual class.
As a quality assurance measure, we collect anonymous electronic client satisfaction surveys via text at the end of supervision and in quarterly snapshots. Below is a sampling of feedback and client testimonials we have received.
"I became a father and have become very stable in my home life since being on in home detention. It has benefited me and my family a lot. I am grateful for this opportunity."
"Its funny how when your not living a illegal life .. how easy the program is. For a year I was on home detention and it never bothered me one bit. My case manager was helpful, compassionate and really understanding through my entire detention. Thank you for helping me and even just listening when i needed you! I wont see you thru your side again but i will always check in to let u know I'm living my best life!"
"I want to thank everyone that is at CPCC for everything this program has helped me get my life back together I have a job that pays me good and my family back together and that is the most important part that I have my family thank you for giving me this opportunity and helping me succeed."
"This has been a meaningful and memorable experience that has changed me."
COMMUNITY RECOVERY BULLETIN BOARD
At Cass Pulaski Community Corrections we believe in the value of community and want to promote and share local addiction and recovery events and resources with our clients and the community. If you have an upcoming event you would like featured please give us a call or send us a message.
Monday, October 11, 2022
Cass County Local JRAC Meeting
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
3:30PM Via LifeSize & In-Person
Commissioners Hearing Room,
Cass County Government Building
CPCC Advisory Board Meeting
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
3:30 PM Via LifeSize & In-Person
Commissioners Hearing Room,
Cass County Government Building
CPCC:Good Morning Clients! The Logansport Church of the Brethren, Celebrate Recovery Church, is hosting a free 4-wk summer series- W.A.I.T. What Am I Thinking? Change Perspectives, Change Outcomes. If you are interested in attending please reach out to your case manager. Thank you!
TEXT MESSAGE FEED
In March of 2020, in partnership with Cass County Pretrial Services, we launched a mass text message for our clients with the goal of increasing communication, positive reinforment and feedback collected. Informational and motivational text messages are sent to both Community Corrections and Pretrial Release clients, as well as information regarding community peer recovery events, links to virtual therapy, videos, facility and program updates and other local news, including information about COVID-19 restrictions. Additionally, we have digitalized our program exit surveys and distribute them via text. Here you will find a feed a of the most recent texts sent out.
If you are a client and are not receiving text messages, please submit your information below and we will verify your participation and enroll you in the program.