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WESTCHESTER COUNTY BAIL EXPEDITING

Anne Mangeri, Executive Director

300 Hamilton Ave., Suite 204
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-3500 FAX (914) 995-6261

This program began operation in 1989. Agency services are assessment, enhanced information services, and bail expediting. Target populations are detainees with $5,000.00 bail or less without pending warrants.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICE

Ron McGregor

111 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-4447 FAX (914) 995-4693

Supervising Agency :

Westchester County Probation Department
Rocco A. Pozzi, Probation Commissioner

This program began operation in 1985. This project provides the criminal courts with a sentencing alternative through the use of community service for offenders with sentences of adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, conditional discharge or probation. Offenders will be required to make reparation for their crimes through performance of community service. The project monitors compliance with release conditions. Project operations also include offender selection, worksite selection and oversight, court/probation notification activities, referrals to human services and management of accident/liability reports.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY DIRECT TREATMENT ATI

Ron McGregor

111 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-3569 FAX (914) 995-6261

Supervising Agency:

Westchester County Probation Department
Rocco A. Pozzi, Probation Commissioner

This program began operation in 1990. This agency provides direct treatment and refers clients for residential services and drug and alcoholism rehabilitation. This is a day treatment program. Target populations are convicted offenders that have their sentence reduced from a felony.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY INTENSIVE SUPERVISION PROGRAM

James Hoffnagle, Assistant Commissioner

112 E. Post Rd. 3 rd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 285-3163 FAX (914) 285-3507

Supervising Agency :

Westchester County Probation Department
Rocco Pozzi, Probation Commissioner

This program began operation in 1979. The Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) is an Alternative to Incarceration operation provided to superior courts and Local Conditional Release Commissions by participating probation departments. ISP offers a credible sentencing and community supervision option for offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated. Agency services provided are primarily eligibility assessments, court ordered restrictions, monitoring, field supervision and intensive supervision.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY MONITORED RELEASE PROGRAM

Anne Mangeri, Executive Director

300 Hamilton Ave., Suite 204
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-3500 FAX (914) 995-3507

Pretrial Services Institute of Westchester, Inc.
Anne Mangeri, Executive Director

This program began operation in 1990. Agency services are assessment, enhanced information services and monitored release. Target populations are all pretrial detainees, 16 and above, who were not released on their own recognizance after having received a positive recommendation by Pre-Trial Services.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY: PRE-TRIAL SERVICES INSTITUTE OF WESTCHESTER

Rocco Pozzi, Probation Commissioner

300 Hamilton Ave., Suite 204
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-3500 FAX 914-995-3507

Pretrial Services Institute of Westchester, Inc.
Anne Mangeri, Executive Director

This program began operation in 1976. This project provides all criminal court clients, initially unable to post bail, the opportunity to be interviewed to determine eligibility for release from jail. The interview process objectively assesses the defendant's qualifications for release through release on his/her own recognizance (ROR), or, where the court determines the risk of absconding to be greater, through release under supervision (RUS). Program operations include screening, eligibility determinations, monitoring functions where appropriate, and court notification of those who fail to satisfy release requirements.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT

Rocco Pozzi, Probation Commissioner

112 East Post Road, 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-3502 FAX (914) 995-3507

This is an agency of county government. Agency services include the preparation of pre-sentence investigations and reports for the criminal courts and the supervision of criminals sentenced to probation. Investigation and supervision functions are also provided for criminals released from jail by the Local Conditional Release Commission. Intake, investigation and supervision services are provided for Family Court. Many discretionary services for pretrial and alternative sentencing are also provided. This county probation department participates in PINS (Persons In Need of Supervision) Adjustment services programming, coordinated by the Youth Bureau.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY TASC

Susan Manzione, Program Director

112 East Post Road, 2 nd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-5263 FAX (914) 995-4816

Supervising Agency :

Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health
Jennifer Schaffer, Ph.D., Commissioner
112 E. Post Road, 2nd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-5236 FAX (914) 995-4265

This program began operation in 1978. Agency case management services are primarily assessment, referral, court advocacy, monitoring and supervision. This agency also refers clients for bail expediting, court ordered restrictions, counseling, education services, fine imposition/fee collection, housing assistance, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and residential services. Target populations are those 16 and older with mental health, alcohol or drug problems who are also charged with a misdemeanor or felony.


WESTCHESTER COUNTY YOUNG OFFENDER PROGRAM

Fabiola Piperis, Program Administrator

PO Box 389
Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 231-1382 FAX (914) 231-1344

Supervising Agency:

Department of Corrections
Rocco Pozzi, Commissioner

This program serves male inmates aged 16 to 24 years old at the Westchester County Department of Corrections. This project provides education, drug education and assessment, and employment to young offenders to prepare them for early release and prevent future involvement in the criminal justice system. The program consists of the following components: academic, vocational, drug education, spirituality and job placement. In addition, the program also includes a physical training/activities component designed to improve the offender’s physical conditioning and instill a feeling of camaraderie among program participants.