Provides case management utilizing acceptable case management practices addressing community safety, client needs, and ensuring compliance with court directives.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Social Sciences, Criminal Justice or an equivalent combination of related education and experience.
Employees must pass a comprehensive criminal background check.
Must maintain Division wide training requirements annually.
- Activates client’s supervision by preparing required documents, detailing the specific conditions ordered by the court, and reviewing consequences for non-compliance
- Refers clients for court-ordered services. Utilizes acceptable case management practices regarding maintenance of the file and updating computerized case management system with all required information.
- Provides appropriate level of supervision, identifies criminogenic needs, and creates a plan to reduce failure to appear and/or risk to reoffend
- Addresses criminogenic needs, reviews progress, provides immediate short-term crisis assistance, and identifies further intervention as needed
- Assesses readiness to change, identifies barriers, provides support, and collaborates to facilitate positive change
- Interacts with criminal justice agencies, treatment agencies, and other agencies providing services to clients in order to promote the client’s best interest.
- Conducts Presentence Investigation interviews, when required, following established PSR procedures and approved client questionnaires; compiles professional investigation reports, and submits to court in accordance with established agency procedures
Salt Lake County - 22 months ago
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