Deferred Prosecution

Community Service

Alternatives to Incarceration

Drug Testing

Evidence Based Behavioral Change Instruction

Electronic Monitoring

Offender Paid Solutions


Diversion/Deferred Prosecution Programs
Pre-charge, pre-trial and deferred prosecution diversion programs allow eligible individuals accused of committing nonviolent crimes, misdemeanors, and lower level felonies to obtain a favorable disposition to their case. This reduces the number of cases that go to court, while still holding misdemeanor offenders accountable. 
CorrectiveSolutions’ approach to diversion programs provides prosecutors with meaningful alternatives to prosecution that accomplish the following:
  • Hold offenders accountable for their crimes
  • Save resources required to administer justice and protect public safety
  • Connect offenders with local community resources that can provide support for living a law-abiding life
  • Offer the flexibility to address the unique circumstances of each case
  • Reduce recidivism
All of CorrectiveSolutions' offender programs accomplish these objectives through our use of consistent case management and follow-up with offenders, referrals to community resources that can provide support for basic living needs, and behavioral change intervention education to support lasting life-style changes to reintegrate offenders as productive members of their communities. 
Each Program is the result of a collaborative effort with the contracting party whether it is a prosecutor, court, law enforcement, or a committee, and is highly customized.  Conditions may include:
  • Evidence-based intervention education
  • Random drug and/or alcohol testing
  • Community service
  • Counseling
  • Electronic Monitoring (GPS, curfew, alcohol)
  • Payment of victim restitution
  • Payment of program fees
Common types of offenses referred to diversion adn deferred prosecution programs include:
  • Drug crimes (possession, use, paraphernalia)
  • Driving (suspended license, no license)
  • Theft
  • Alcohol related offenses
  • Property Crimes (trespass, vandalism)
  • Assault
  • General misdemeanors 
  • Low level felonies
“This is a way to hold offenders accountable for their actions, at no cost to the taxpayers.”
St. Clair County State's Attorney Brendan Kelley
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Experience matters
Jerry Flores
CorrectiveSolutions’ core management and operations team has over 25 years of experience developing and administering offender programs for prosecutors, courts, and probation.  We can assist you in structuring a comprehensive program that fits your needs and that works with your office.
Director of Program Operations
Joe Ayala
Compliance Operations Director
Megan McClung
Project Manager
"Megan has been phenomenal in her knowledge, support and quick attention to our needs... We would bring her into our office in a heartbeat."  
-St. Clair County, Illinois State's Attorney's Office
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