West Central Regional Community Corrections

101 N. Main Street

Veedersburg, IN  47987

(765) 294-3100

Current Position Opening

West Central Regional Community Corrections (WCRCC) seeks to fill the position of Assistant Director. WCRCC is an agency tasked with supervising and rehabilitating justice-involved individuals utilizing evidence-based programs and best practices.

The incumbent will serve as the WCRCC Assistant Director for West Central Regional Community Corrections which serves Fountain, Montgomery, Parke, Vermillion, and Warren Counties. Fountain County hosts the region, making the position that of a Fountain County Employee.

Job Requirements: Baccalaureate Degree preferred in criminal justice, sociology, or related area, with 3 years of experience. WCRCC Advisory Board may consider candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience. Incumbents must be trained in Evidence-Based Practices and the Indiana Risk Assessment (IRAS) Certification or can complete such certifications/training within one year of employment.

The position requires work in both office and field settings. Primary hours are 8 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday, but must be willing to work flexible hours and serve periods of on-call service.

Deadline to Apply: Open until filled. Questions should be directed to Danielle Snider at 765-294-3100, Ext. 107

Resumes must be submitted to West Central Regional Community Corrections, ATTN: Danielle Snider, 101 N. Main Veedersburg, IN 47987, or sent to dsnider@wcrcc.net.

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Main Office

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The Annex

Home Detention

(Electronic Monitoring)

WCRCC provides the region's courts cost effective, community based alternative sentencing options designed to supervise and educate non-violent offenders using evidence based practices in an effort to insure their success in becoming and remaining productive members of society.

West Central Regional Community Corrections will be an innovative, respected leader in community corrections.

Electronic Monitoring

A program that provides intensive supervision and services for 1) individuals generally convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor OR 2) juveniles adjudicated a delinquent or awaiting further hearings before the Juvenile Court.  The program participant resides in their home and is only released to attend work, school, treatment/education programs identified as part of their individualized case plan, or other activities approved by the Court.  The Evidence Based Practices case plan is developed focusing on specific needs that, if addressed, will reduce the likelihood that the participant will commit new criminal offenses.  While on the program, a participant's activities are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using electronic technology as well as frequent visits by program staff to their home or work.

How HD Benefits Indiana Taxpayers

Home Detention saves taxpayers $56.88/day per each individual serving their time on Home Detention. $56.88 is what it costs (per individual, per day) to incarcerate in Indiana's prison system. WCRCC supervises, on an average, 150 individuals. The result of HD being available to Indiana offenders is saving Indiana taxpayers $8,532.00/day & $3,114,180.00 annually.