Adult offenders may be ordered by the Court to complete Sentencing to Service, also called STS, which provides supervised work crews under the direction of crew leaders to area non-profit agencies and governmental entities.
Sentencing to Service is sometimes used in lieu of jail time and/or fines, and allows offenders ways to positively connect with their communities.
There are two types of Sentencing to Service crews:
- Community Sentencing to Service: Offenders attend an orientation meeting, report to the Sentencing to Service pick up site and pay $11 per Sentencing to Service day, to a maximum of $220/offender. Additional fees may apply.
- In-Custody Sentencing to Service: Offenders complete this program while serving jail time. They may be eligible to have jail sentences shortened and have jail stay fees waived. Offenders must complete an In-Custody Sentencing to Service Application.
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