The Detention Services Labor Program is an alternative sentencing option designed to reduce jail overcrowding and allow low risk offenders to work in the community in lieu of a jail sentence.
Geiger Corrections Center operates both in-custody and out-of-custody Work Crew programs. In-custody offenders work within the community during the day and are housed at Geiger Corrections when not working.
The out-of-custody offenders report to the facility daily for work. All crews are supervised by a Corrections Deputy while in the community.
Since 2006, in excess of 471,000 inmate man hours were used on these community based crews. These work crews perform manual and semi-skilled labor such as clean up, litter pick up, graffiti removal, forestry work, limited maintenance and other projects for non-profit and government agencies.
The Detention Services Labor Program is authorized to perform work for any 501(c)(3), (4) local non-profit or government agency. Work Crews consist of a Corrections Deputy and 8-10 low risk offenders. Consider us a viable option for manual and semi-skilled labor such as:
* Litter Clean up - Abatements
* Landscaping - Right of Way Maint.
* Event Preparation/tear down
* Moving and hauling tasks
* Recycle sorting/distribution
* Winter snow removal