Diversion Program Case Aide
St. Croix County, WI - Hudson, WI

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Assists the Diversion Program Coordinator with administrative work regarding participants in the Diversion Program. Aides in monitoring of Diversion Program participants to ensure offener's compliance with the Diversion Program. Performs related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the supervision of the Diversion Program Coordinator.

Examples of Duties:

Helps the Diversion Program Coordinator carry out supervision duties, and provides assistance and clerical support to the St. Croix County Diversion Program.

Performs such tasks as drafting correspondence, making telephone calls, providing file management, completing data entry and closing files related to Diversion Program cases.

Meets and communicates with low risk, Pre-charge diversion participants, to ensure compliance with agreement terms and conditions.

Develops and prepares individualized pre-charge diversion agreements that are participant specific, as assigned.

Maintains pre-charge case records for each participant assigned.

Sends reminder letters, documents and dates all telephone calls and contacts with participants.

Communicates concerns or problems wtih participants to the Program Coordinator.

Sorts, files, and indexes coorespondence regarding the program.

Provides recommendations regarding revocation, completion, or extension of participants in pre-charge diversion.

Updates community resources as needed.

Typical Qualifications:

General knowledge of the criminal justice system and pre-trial diversion program practices. General knowledge of the principles, objectives, and techniques of counseling and social casework. Ability to write and speak effectively; ability to communicate ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Abililty to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to adhere to strict confidentiality.

Supplemental Information:

Education & Experience:

Associate's Degree in criminal justie, corrections, psychology, sociology, or related field.

Prior experience working within the criminal justice environment, or equivalent combination of education and experience.