Funding for community-based programs, facilities, services; user fees; inmate wages
Alabama Code

Description: (a) Community punishment and corrections funds may be used to develop or expand the range of community punishments and services at the local level. Community-based programs options may include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Community service supervision; victim restitution, community detention and restitution centers; day reporting centers; victim-offender reconciliation programs; home confinement/curfew; electronic surveillance; intensive supervision probation; alcohol/drug outpatient treatment and psychiatric counseling.

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