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    High-Risk caseloads help to divert street gang offenders from the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the Tarrant County Jail. They also provide more structured supervision for high-risk youthful offenders (ages 17-25). This caseload permits the supervision officer to more closely supervise and address the individual needs and problems of identified high-risk street gang members, potential gang members and targeted youthful offenders.

    These caseloads are staffed by experienced supervision officers who focus on academic education, obtaining and maintaining gainful employment, accepting responsibility, developing pro-social affiliations and identifying future goals. This program also involves a Cognitive Behavioral management program.

    This page was last modified on July 17, 2015


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