Marshall County Community Corrections

Marshall County Community Corrections Marshall County Community Corrections News and Info Mission - To provide cost effective programs utilizing Evidence Based Practices to generate positive change.

Vision - To create a safe community through prevention, education and collaboration that will enhance personal growth and change behaviors.

Operating as usual

Community Corrections clients spent the morning at the new County Morgue raking and planting grass seed.
04/16/2021

Community Corrections clients spent the morning at the new County Morgue raking and planting grass seed.

Community Corrections clients spent the morning at the new County Morgue raking and planting grass seed.

04/14/2021

Looking for a Job? Career Change? Grab your resume and get to the job fair. Max98.3 & The Pilot News will be sponsoring the Job Fair.

04/11/2021

Job Fair!!!!!

04/11/2021

This week is Emergency Telecommicator Week! The First,
First Responder 💛

We thank all Emergency Telecommicators for the work they do.

04/08/2021
We are proud to partner in the Marshall County Community Clean up Challenge
04/05/2021

We are proud to partner in the Marshall County Community Clean up Challenge

04/02/2021
Faulkner Fabricating, Inc.

Faulkner Fabricating, Inc.

Faulkner Fabricating, Inc. is hiring dependable welders and fabricators. We offer competitive wages, major medical health insurance and company matching IRA. Apply in person at 4050 Lincoln Highway in Bourbon. Call 574-342-0022 with any questions

If you suspect Child Abuse or Neglect please contact your local law enforcement agency. Or call the Indiana Child Abuse ...
04/01/2021

If you suspect Child Abuse or Neglect please contact your local law enforcement agency.
Or call the Indiana Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-800-5556

Community Corrections staff and clients will be out in April participating in this wonderful event.
04/01/2021

Community Corrections staff and clients will be out in April participating in this wonderful event.

Marshall County Offices will be closed Friday in Observance of Good Friday.
03/31/2021

Marshall County Offices will be closed Friday in Observance of Good Friday.

Indiana Sheriff
03/30/2021

Indiana Sheriff

Prayers to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

03/24/2021
Pilot News Group Classifieds

Pilot News Group Classifieds

The Pilot News Group & MAX98.3 will be hosting a job fair on April 29 at Christos' Banquet Center!

Pilot News Group Classifieds
03/22/2021

Pilot News Group Classifieds

Check out what is starting tomorrow in the Classifieds!

US National Weather Service Northern Indiana
03/21/2021

US National Weather Service Northern Indiana

Dry and sunny conditions will persist today with a continuation of the warming trend. High temperatures through Tuesday will reach into the low to mid 60s for most areas. The combination of the dry air mass, high temperatures in the 60s, and increasing south winds will result in a continued elevated fire weather danger today. The next chance of rain arrives for Tuesday and Tuesday night. An isolated thunderstorm is also possible during this period across northwest Indiana into southwest Lower Michigan.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security
03/18/2021

Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Identifying multiple methods to receive severe weather alerts, discussing severe weather safety plans with loved ones and creating a disaster kit are all things you can do to prepare for severe weather during Severe Weather Preparedness Week!

Learn more: https://www.in.gov/dhs/get-prepared/severe-weather-preparedness/

Tornado sirens throughout Indiana will be tested as part of the Statewide Tornado Drill tomorrow.Remember these sirens a...
03/15/2021

Tornado sirens throughout Indiana will be tested as part of the Statewide Tornado Drill tomorrow.

Remember these sirens are designed to warn those outside of an impending Tornado.

A weather radio or local media are your resource when inside a building or your home.

Tornado season will soon be upon us. Plan ahead, be prepared.

Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
03/12/2021

Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

Thank you for the new furniture from Indiana Department of Correction! The table was made from Red Oak, with a CNC Router (ILEA seal), and the artwork was hand-painted. Offenders from the Pendleton Correctional Facility worked on this for several months. We're lucky to have these new items and we know that there will be important work completed over these inspirational works of art. We included a few extra photos to give you an idea of the size (21 feet long). Thanks to all who made this happen!

BCI Solutions, Inc
03/12/2021

BCI Solutions, Inc

What is the old saying, "today is the first day of the rest of your life" - make it the best and start your new career with Team BCI! #manufacturing #supplychain #solutions

Lion Shield, LLC
03/12/2021

Lion Shield, LLC

It was great to train with Starke County Court Services Director R. Shawn Mattraw. See what he had to say about, “The Will to Survive.” 🇺🇸

Jackson Jennings Community Corrections
03/12/2021

Jackson Jennings Community Corrections

**CAREERS AVAIALABLE**

Work Release Custody Officer

Jackson Jennings Community Corrections is looking for energetic team members with the desire to serve their community. There are 8 full time and 2 part time positions available for the work release center, currently under construction.

Interested individuals may send a copy of their resume to [email protected] and/or [email protected]

*Note: if you have submitted a resume within the last 12 months you are already under consideration for a position. You do not need to submit another resume unless there is an update.

Position description below:

Jackson Jennings Community Corrections
Work Release Custody Officer

GENERAL SUMMARY
Incumbent serves as a full-time Work Release Custody Officer for Jackson Jennings Community Corrections, responsible for supervising participants placed in the Community Corrections Work Release program.

DIRECT REPORT
Incumbent reports to the Work Release Coordinator

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (may include but are not limited to the following)
The Work Release Custody Officer provides surveillance and supervision of offenders placed in the Work Release Facility. They are responsible for the daily whereabouts of offenders when they are in the facility.
The Work Release Custody Officer is responsible to assist participants in check out for work and check in when returning from work.
The Work Release Custody Officer is responsible to write reports in a timely manner if any violations are discovered during his/her job duties.
The Work Release Custody Officer may attend staff meetings and confers individually with program case managers for case consultations, review of court documents and department reports, and with the coordinator on other work-related issues.
The Work Release Custody Officer maintains equipment issued to the officer, i.e. department issued clothing, vest, weapons, breathalyzers, vehicles and any other equipment the officer might be required to use to perform assigned duties.
The Work Release Custody Officer attends training seminars, professional development workshops, certifications, and education as required or needed to maintain certifications and remain current in new developments in the field.
The Work Release Custody Officer responds to emergency calls when needed.
The Work Release Custody Officer will use evidence-based practices while supervising participants.

EDUCATION, FORMAL TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE (minimum requirements) Associates degree from accredited college or university or currently enrolled in college courses or previous experience in law enforcement.
In addition, incumbent must have a working knowledge of standard computer software programs, applications and the county’s computer system. Ability to operate standard office equipment, such as Copier, FAX Machine, DVD, Computer and other necessary equipment.
Ability to effectively work with clients to assure proper completion of all program requirements. Must be willing to assist people in the stages of change; believe that people can change; and model pro-social behavior and problem-solving skills.
Must believe that evidence-based practices are needed to reduce the risk of recidivism; be willing to administer those practices and work with people to the best of their ability.
Ability to effectively resolve emergency/crisis situations and take appropriate action as required.
Complete knowledge of all local, state, and federal laws applicable to community corrections, with ability to apply and enforce regulations as needed.
Complete knowledge of standard policies and practices of Jackson and Jennings County’s legal process, Community Corrections Policy and Procedures and to follow these policies, procedures and rules.
Thorough knowledge of treatment programs and services available to clients from other government, social, and private agencies.
Ability to effectively work with clients and cooperate and communicate with department employees, personnel and officials from a wide variety of government departments and social agencies, and members of public. All communication with participants, other staff and agencies shall be carried out in a courteous, respectful and professional manner.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all department records and information.
Ability to effectively perform all essential duties of the job. To be able to access residences and work sites participants.
Must possess a legal driver’s license.
Must pass a criminal history check.

DIFFICULTY OF WORK
Incumbent's work involves a wide variety of duties, involving both general and individual circumstances. Primary duties are performed within the context of the Work Release Facility.

PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Incumbent perform their duties in the Work Release facility. Incumbent has regular contact with emotionally distraught, chemically dependent individuals and potentially dangerous and/or violent participants.

Lion Shield, LLC
03/10/2021

Lion Shield, LLC

Thank you Chief Martin! #thewilltosurvive 🇺🇸

On Thursday, March 4th Travis Davis a Community Corrections client absconded when he left the Serenity House, Warsaw, IN...
03/10/2021

On Thursday, March 4th Travis Davis a Community Corrections client absconded when he left the Serenity House, Warsaw, IN where he had been placed.

An investigation by Director Ward Byers of Marshall County Community Corrections led to the arrest Travis Davis on March 10th. Davis was located at the Economy Inn in Plymouth where he taken into custody without incident.

Davis had been sentenced to Community Corrections on December 30, 2020, after pleading guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine a Level 5 Felony.

Marshall County Community Corrections would like to thank the Plymouth Police Department for their assistance in Travis Davis arrest.

Plymouth Foundry, Inc.
03/10/2021

Plymouth Foundry, Inc.

We are hiring! Opportunities for cross training and raises after probationary period. Heath insurance offered after 60 days. 401K program with matching after 1 full year of employment. Monthly bonus for perfect attendance. Employee referral bonus.
Sent your resume to [email protected]
Learn more at www.plymouthfoundry.com

Marshall County Community Corrections hosted, Probation, Community Corrections and Law Enforcement Professionals from th...
03/09/2021

Marshall County Community Corrections hosted, Probation, Community Corrections and Law Enforcement Professionals from throughout the region this week for training on “The Will to Survive” by Lion Shield, LLC.

The Will to Survive courses discuss critical incidents law enforcement has encountered and provides insight to the class on to increase their safety, confidence and decision making skills in the field. In order to respond effectively and professionally in the field Officers need to examination past incidents, The Will to Survive Training provides that in depth training.

We were excited to provide this in depth safety training to our colleagues from throughout Marshall County and the region, stated Ward Byers, Director Marshall County Community Corrections.

Packed house this week for Smart Recovery. Join us at   4:00pm every Monday at the Community Resource Center, conference...
03/04/2021

Packed house this week for Smart Recovery.
Join us at 4:00pm every Monday at the Community Resource Center, conference room.

Clay County Community Corrections
03/03/2021

Clay County Community Corrections

🚨Clay County Community Corrections are looking for any information on the whereabouts of a male Home Detention offender: 33 year-old Joshua Henry Lawrence Johnson, cut his bracelet off this evening and took off. He could be traveling with Brittany Kelly in a four-door champagne gold Dodge Caliber. If anyone has any information on his whereabouts please contact the Clay County Sheriff’s Office 812-446-2535 or Clay County Community Corrections Office 812-442-9910. 🚨

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Officers families.
02/22/2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Officers families.

Indiana State Police is investigating an incident involving the lethal stabbing of one staff member and stabbing injuries sustained by a second staff member at the Indiana State Prison. Our thoughts and prayers are with our staff and their families. No further information is being released at this time.

Thank you Clyde Avery and the work you do for Marshall County.
02/21/2021

Thank you Clyde Avery and the work you do for Marshall County.

This week we are celebrating #EMAAppreciationWeek, a week proclaimed by Governor Eric Holcomb to recognize Indiana's emergency management agencies and the work they do to keep communities safe.

Learn more at http://bit.ly/3pI00oo!

02/21/2021
BCI Solutions, Inc

BCI Solutions, Inc

BCI Solutions, Inc. (BCI) is growing at amazing rates and is looking for full-time production employees for various positions and shifts with NEW COMPETITIVE PAY RATES!

We are looking for safe, passionate, results-oriented, and loyal team players wanting to learn new skills, be part of a growing family company with great benefits and new pay rates - APPLY TODAY!

BCI has been manufacturing since 1939 and we are proud to be a global supplier of American made and assembled products.

Responsibilities:

- Safety First
- Maintain an awesome attendance record and earn PTO
- Maintain clean work area
- Work as a team to meet customer requirements including quality & on time delivery
- Follow quality requirements and work instructions
- Operate different types of equipment and machines
- Continuous Improvement project involvement, share ideas, & find more efficient ways to get the job done safely
- Potential for participating in social media and marketing campaigns
- Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen

Experience Requirements:

- No previous experience required, we will train you!
- Must be physically able to stand for long periods of time
- Must actively engage in safe working practices
- Previous foundry experience a plus

Benefits:

- Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
- Life Insurance
- 401(k) Plan with Company Match
- On-site Wellness Center

JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY!

With the impending Snow forecast for the area Smart Recovery and MRT are both canceled for tonight.
02/15/2021

With the impending Snow forecast for the area Smart Recovery and MRT are both canceled for tonight.

02/12/2021

Address

510 W. Adams St Suite 260
Plymouth, IN
46563

Telephone

1-574-935-8782

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GPS Monitoring
Pre-Trial Services
DOC Community Transition Programming
Cognitive Based Programming
Alcohol Monitoring
Random Drug Screening
MCDAP (Marshall County Drug and Alcohol Programming)

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Amazing that you can do all the right things go above and beyond to be a better person and get kicked in the head by this County! A mother of 3 in jail becaue she moved and the so called corrections officer has it in for her! What a load of crap!
Project HOPE (Harmonizing an Opioid Planning Effort) is a planning initiative to better support Marshall County with potentially new resources for supporting individuals seeking prevention, treatment, or recovery from opioids. Below is a brief survey we have put together to better understand the needs of the Marshall County community. Here is the survey link: Project HOPE Community Survey https://nd.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3KTScatH9zSjqpT We’d greatly appreciate your support completing it and also distributing it to other individuals involved within the Marshall County Community. Thanks in advance!
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