Term Correctional Treatment Centers
Code FF-0500.1250-150
Definition Highly secure, community-based residential facilities that are operated by the correctional system and combine appropriate levels of punishment and treatment services for nonviolent, felony (and, in some cases, misdemeanor) offenders who require long periods of structured supervision and supportive therapy for severe drug and alcohol problems, mental illness or other serious issues. In Ohio, these facilities (known as Community Based Correctional Facilities) constitute the last step in the continuum of increasing punishment before prison incarceration imposed by the courts.
Created 1/27/97
Changed 10/8/19
Use References Community Based Correctional Facilities
Ohio Community Based Correctional Facilities
Treatment Oriented Inmate Residential Centers
See Also References
External Classification Terms Alternative Sentencing/Supervision (NPC I03.03)
Correctional Facilities (NTE I30)
Criminal Justice & Corrections (NPC I03)
Detention of Law Violators and Alleged Law Violators (UW
Legal, Consumer and Public Safety Services (AIRS LE-450)
Legal/Public Safety (CAN LP-450)
Related Concepts Organization/Facility Type
Facet Organization/Facility Type
Bibliographic References "Community Correction Punishments: An Alternative to Incarceration for Nonviolent Offenders", Marcus Nieto, May, 1996, http://www.library.ca.gov/CRB/96/08/index.html

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