In 1992, the Cass County Probation Department began supervising offenders on electronic monitoring home detention. The Cass Superior Court initiated this program to provide an alternative sentencing option in lieu of incarcerating non-violent offenders in the Cass County Jail. In 1994, the Cass County Probation Department began a partnership with the court system in Pulaski County agreeing to supervise offenders sentenced to electronic monitoring home detention. This partnership progressed, and, in 1995, Cass County and Pulaski County made a joint application with the Indiana Department of Corrections to form Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections. Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections was formally established in 1996. In addition to offering electronic monitoring home detention, Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections began providing other alternative sentencing programs including community service, juvenile programs and adult work release.
To beat all aspects of recidivism
Cass/Pulaski Community Corrections is committed to improving the quality of life of the program participants and the community by applying effective evidence based programs that produce positive choices, constructive behavior and accountability from the program participants, thereby reducing their criminal actions.
The Scales of Justice symbolize the fair distribution of law, with no influence of bias privilege, or corruption.
The Three Pillars symbolize a sustainable, strong, and reliable support system that we provide to our clients.
The Pink Petunias are a tribute to the bubblegum petunias that we place throughout our town every year and symbolize our commitment to providing compassionate continued care and serving the community.
The Butterfly symbolizes the power of personal transformation and growth.