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File #: O-361-21    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Approved
File created: 7/8/2021 In control: Municipal Court
On agenda: 7/20/2021 Final action: 7/20/2021
Title: Authorizing the Mayor to accept and deposit an amount of $663,024 from a grant received from the State of Ohio, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Division of Parole and Community Services for the appropriation and expenditure of those funds from the 408 Standard Probation Grant, authorizing the execution of any grant documents that may be required for the acceptance of the funds; and declaring an emergency.
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408 Standard Probation Program Grant
Toledo Municipal Court
Lisa Falgiano (x1949)

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Authorizing the Mayor to accept and deposit an amount of $663,024 from a grant received from the State of Ohio, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Division of Parole and Community Services for the appropriation and expenditure of those funds from the 408 Standard Probation Grant, authorizing the execution of any grant documents that may be required for the acceptance of the funds; and declaring an emergency.

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SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:
The Toledo Municipal Court has been awarded a grant of $ $663,024, a renewal from last year, from the State of Ohio, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction for the continuation of the 408 Standard Probation (SP) Program for community-based non-residential programs in 2021-2023. This grant provides funding for the continuation of intensive supervision, kiosk, and electronic monitoring programs, the services of two (2) Probation Officers, assessments, substance abuse treatment, necessary services and supplies for this program through June 30, 2023.

The 408 Standard Probation program provides a means to alleviate some need for jail confinement and at the same time, provides intensive probation supervision of defendants, who might otherwise be sentenced to CCNO for six months. Defendants approved for the Standard Probation Program are released early from CCNO and receive assessment, drug testing, substance abuse treatment, and other types of mandatory services including in-person weekly contact for high risk offenders. It is anticipated the program will serve 255 offenders by June 30, 2023.

The Kiosk Reporting Program for low level offenders is supported by this grant as well. It is anticipated this program will monitor and supervise approximately 450 low risk offenders.

Grant funds also provide electronic monitoring (EM) services. It is anticipated the program will provide EM services for approximately 290 i...

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