Dubois County Community Corrections (DCCC)
Governor Eric Holcomb is directing flags in Greene, Sullivan, Marion Counties and all IDOC facilities and Parole District offices to be flown at half-staff to honor two exceptional officers who recently fell to the current Covid-19 virus. IDOC Wabash Valley Correctional Facility Correctional Officer Gary Weinke and Indiana Women's Prison Correctional Officer Francine Earls. A special "Thank You" to their families for their dedication and service.
We will reduce recidivism while making Dubois County safer through the implementation of evidence-based practices and services.
Through respect, integrity, and professional development, we will lead in the rehabilitation of program participants through an integrated and systemic approach to behavior change.
DCCC provides alternative sentencing options for the local court system. Through the use of evidence-based practices and services for participants, DCCC strives to reduce the rate of recidivism in our community.
DCCC was established January 1991. The building which now houses our operations opened in 2003. Dubois County Community Corrections supervises and houses individuals sentenced to Work Release in our 102-bunk facility. Additionally, Dubois County Community Corrections monitors individuals on Home Detention, Community Service, and Juvenile Road Crew.
Facility operations are funded by user fees and State and Federal Grants. No county funds are utilized except for building maintenance.
PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act)
It is the policy of DCCC to provide a safe, humane, secure environment, free from the threat of sexual violence/misconduct for all participants and staff. The agency shall maintain a zero tolerance for sexual abuse and harassment for anyone associated with the facility including volunteers, contractors, clergy and the public. All allegations of sexual misconduct or harassment shall be administratively and or criminally investigated.