Welcome to Warrick County Community Corrections

Let's make our community a better place!

Warrick County Community Corrections & Warrick County Court Services are now hiring!

Agency Profile

Our Vision

We are committed to improving the community by providing the opportunity for program participants to become productive, responsible members of society. 


Our Mission

 We are committed to reducing recidivism, increasing community safety, and creating positive change in participants through the provision of evidence-based correctional programs and supervision practices for non-violent offenders.

Warrick County Community Corrections is an alternative sentencing option directed toward assisting in the rehabilitation and recovery of participants through the provision of evidence-based practices. 


By providing evidence-based correctional programs and supervision practices, Warrick County Community Corrections aims to:

  • Reduce recidivism
  • Increase community safety and security
  • Cultivate positive change in participants
  • Promote participants to become responsible, productive members of society

Warrick County Community Corrections is funded through a state grant awarded through the Indiana Department of Corrections, as well as participant program fees.  


Agency Supervision

Who do we serve?

Warrick County Community Corrections' target population is any adult male or female charged with or convicted of a non-violent felony or misdemeanor offense.


Warrick County Community Corretions serves individuals involved in the criminal justice system in both pre-trial and post-sentence capacities.


Individuals wishing to participate in Warrick County Community Corrections must reside within Warrick County or within 25 miles from the Boonville city center.

Program Supervisions

  • Home Detention & Adult Day Reporting 
  • Community Transition Program
  • Monitoring Services
  • Community Service
  • Assessment & Case Planning
  • Case Management Services
  • Treatment & Programming
  • Field Contacts
  • Drug Testing

Treatment & Programming

Thinking for a Change

  •  Thinking for a Change 4.0 (T4C) is an integrated cognitive behavioral change program that incorporates research from cognitive restructuring theory, social skills development, and the learning and use of problem solving skills. 

The Change Companies Interactive Journals

  •  Interactive Journals incorporate evidence-based practices that effectively assist individuals in making positive and lasting life changes. These include motivational interviewing, the transtheoretical model of behavior change, structured expressive writing and cognitive-behavioral therapy. 

Substance Abuse Education

Referrals & Evaluations

Am I eligible?

To participate in Warrick County Community Corrections, you must complete an evaluation to determine eligibility and appropriateness for supervision.

Who can refer?

Warrick County Community Corrections accepts individuals for evaluation from a variety of referral sources including, but not limited to courts, attorneys, probation officers, self-referral, and outside counties.

What is the cost?

The evaluation cost is $100.00.  

If sentenced to Warrick County Community Corrections, half of the initial fee ($50.00) is credited to the administrative fee.  


Contact WCCC for weekly supervision costs. 

Our Advisory Board

Board Members

The Warrick County Community Corrections' Advisory Board consists of the following representatives:  Judges, Prosecutor, Sheriff, Adult Probation Officer, Juvenile Probation Officer, Mayor, Public Defender, Mental Health Administrator, Child Services, Court Appointed Special Advocate, Educational Administrator, Victim Advocate, County Council Member, Ex-Offender, and multiple Lay Persons.

Board Meetings

 The Advisory Board shall schedule a minimum of six (6) regular meetings per year with at least one meeting occurring each calendar quarter.  All regular meetings of the Warrick County Community Corrections Advisory Board will be held at 12:00 noon at the Judicial Center in the Circuit Court Jury Room.


  • Tuesday, January 18, 2018
  • Tuesday, March 13, 2018
  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018
  • Tuesday, August 14, 2018
  • Tuesday, September 11, 2018
  • Tuesday, November 20, 2018
  • Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Now Hiring: Field Compliance Officer

Warrick County Community Corrections and Warrick County Court Services are currently seeking a full-time, collaborative Field Compliance Officer.


The Field Compliance Officer job posting can be viewed below in the "Agency News" Section of our webpage.


Qualified applicants should submit a resume via email to jfuhs@warrickcounty.gov by November 16, 2018.

Contact Us

Set up an evaluation appointment today!

Contact us to find out about our supervisory services, target population, evaluation appointment, program costs and fees, courtesy supervision for transfer clients, and more.

Warrick County Community Corrections

1 County Square, Suite 137, Boonville, Indiana 47601, United States

Phone: 812-897-8611
Fax: 812-897-8614

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am - 4pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Our Partners