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- Collateral contacts occur when an officer contacts and collects information from a client’s family and/or other social supports. This can include family, friends, caseworkers, social workers, etc.
- Curfew – the probation agency defines hours when the client can and cannot leave their home
- Direct home incarceration – the client can only leave their home for court-approved activities (i.e., employment, religious services, food shopping, etc.)
- Employer contacts occur when an officer makes contact (phone call, email, in-person) with a client’s employer or with the client at work
- Evaluation is the process of defining the nature of the problem, determining the diagnosis, and developing specific treatment recommendations for addressing the problem or diagnosis (SAMHSA, 2019).
- Fees can be imposed on clients by courts or service agencies to recoup costs such as drug testing, treatment, probation services, etc.
- Fieldwork is a surveillance mechanism that helps verify a client’s compliance with their programming and supervision conditions. It can include home visits, collateral contacts, and employer contacts.
- Fines are financial punishments assessed by a judge upon conviction for any level of offense.
- In-patient/residential treatment broadly refers to therapeutic interventions provided in varied residential settings where patients live during some periods of treatment.
- Out-patient treatment broadly refers to interventions provided in settings where recipients live in the community at their usual place of residence.
- Restitution is intended to compensate victims for crime-related costs such as damage to property, medical expenses, or others. There are two forms:
- Direct Restitution is paid to the victim for some quantifiable harm.
- Indirect Restitution is paid to the state for disbursement to victims who apply for compensation.
- Restraining orders are a form of legal protection that prohibits abusers from having contact (physical or communication) with victims. They can come in the form of temporary restraining orders (TROs) or permanent restraining orders (PROs).
- TROs are protective orders that last for short periods (weeks/months).
- PROs are protective orders that last for more extended periods (years).
- Screening is the process for determining if a client has symptoms associated with mental illness. The outcome is typically yes or no.