Floyd County Indiana Community Corrections
Floyd County Community Corrections was established in 1985. The program originally started with Community Alternative Sentencing Program (VORP) and Victim Offender Reconciliation Program. The program strives to enhance the coordination of the local criminal and juvenile justice systems as well as to divert non-violent offenders from incarceration. The target population for adult programs is non-violent offenders sentenced to not more than 4 years. Funding is received from the Department of Corrections through the State of Indiana Community Corrections Act. Additional funding is received from user fees and local grants.