MDOC - Flowood CWC - (Recidivism Reduction Program)

State Probation and Parole

Last Updated: May 07, 2024
1632 Hwy 80 West, Flowood, MS 39232

Flowood CWC is for State Probation and Parole offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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The Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC) operates a restitution center program as an alternative to incarceration for low-risk offenders requiring structured supervision. Individuals placed in these centers, referred to as residents, are mandated to work and make payments to crime victims, along with covering room and board fees and court expenses. Additionally, residents must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service. Currently, MDOC oversees four restitution centers located in Hinds County (Jackson), Jackson County (Pascagoula), LeFlore County (Greenwood), and Rankin County (Flowood), each accommodating approximately 62 residents.

Residents are assigned to a restitution center through various pathways, including probation revocation by a judge, early release from inmate status before completing their sentence, or direct sentencing by a judge. Before sentencing, candidates undergo a screening process to determine their eligibility for the program, during which they must meet specific criteria. These criteria typically include being a first-time offender, not exhibiting severe substance abuse or emotional issues, maintaining good mental and physical health, being employable, and demonstrating a genuine willingness to participate in the restitution program.

Upon admission to a restitution center, residents are expected to engage in productive activities aimed at fulfilling their obligations. This includes employment to generate income for victim restitution payments, as well as covering daily room and board fees. Additionally, residents are required to establish a savings account and allocate funds toward court-related expenses. Moreover, residents must complete community service hours as part of their rehabilitation process, contributing positively to the community while serving their sentence.

The restitution center program offers a structured environment that fosters accountability and responsibility among participants. By emphasizing work, financial restitution, and community service, the program aims to instill positive behaviors and facilitate successful reintegration into society. Residents are provided with opportunities for personal growth and skill development, ultimately equipping them with the tools needed to lead law-abiding lives upon completion of their restitution obligations. Through this rehabilitative approach, MDOC seeks to reduce recidivism rates and promote the rehabilitation of offenders within the criminal justice system.

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