Day Reporting Program

The Wayne County Day Reporting Program (WCDRC), an alternative intermediate sanction program for individuals who are either; (1) currently sentenced to community control and in need of additional structure, supervision and services, or (2) Sentenced directly to the program in lieu of incarceration. The Wayne County Day Reporting Center (WCDRC) is a highly structured non-residential facility that offers integrated cognitive-behavioral interventions through individualized supervision, daily reporting, employment readiness training, substance abuse screening and referral, and education and community resource referrals to address the various concrete service needs of the target population. The WCDRC is operated by the Adult Probation Department of the Wayne County Common Pleas Court which provides a continuum of community corrections services to compliment intensive supervision, referrals to residential/treatment programs (e.g. substance abuse treatment, Community-based Correctional Facilities, etc.), and Basic Community Control supervision.

The Wayne County Common Pleas Court constantly evaluates trends and shifts in adjudicated populations and develops specialized programming to best meet these trends. One methods of responding to these trends is through the development and administration of the following specialized program: