Day Reporting Center (ADRC) - Adult


The mission of the Adult Day Reporting Center (ADRC) Pre-Trial Release program is to enhance public safety and promote the successful re-integration of participants into the community. The ADRC is a cost-effective alternative to the confines of jail designed to decrease jail over-crowding and reduce recidivism by providing close supervision and access to needs-based services.


In addition to Pre-Trial Services, the Adult Day Reporting Center offers a variety of programs such as: outpatient substance use treatment, GED testing and classes, vocational opportunities, employment enhancement skills, and cognitive behavioral curriculums. These services combined with structured supervision, case management, and close collaboration with local judges, the district attorney’s office, probation officers, and area law enforcement create an environment for participants to become productive citizens within the community.

A variety of services at no cost to the participant are provided to offenders to include:

  • Substance abuse assessments
  • Substance abuse intensive outpatient counseling (in a group setting)
  • Individual counseling
  • Weekly urine drug screens
  • CBI (Cognitive Behavioral Intervention) classes
  • Employment enhancement opportunities
  • Education services
  • Transportation to clients residing in Randolph County

Performance Measurements Goals

  • To provide a structured supervision program for the Pre-Trial offender, which will enable him or her to progress towards achievement and accomplishment
  • To ensure that the participant will appear for his/her scheduled court date
  • To promote prevention of any further crimes
  • To promote community safety
  • To create an environment for the offender to become a successful and productive citizen when reintegrated back into the community