Additional Programs - Probation

Community Alternative Sentencing Program (CASP)
This program places the client with a non-profit agency which then establishes a specific work schedule for the client to follow until the hours assigned by the court are completed. The assigned hours are determined by the Court.
  • Fee: $100.00 (minimum).
  • Community Alternative Sentencing Program: 865-9460.

Speeders Payback (CASP)
This program places the client with a non-profit agency which then establishes a specific work schedule for the client to follow until the hours assigned by the court are completed. The number of hours are determined by CASP which are 12 hours within 60 days.
  • Fee: $60.00.
  • Community Alternative Sentencing Program: 417-865-9460.
Impact
Program participants become engaged in a process of understanding their motivation to steal. Emphasis is on recognizing that this is criminal behavior and finding appropriate coping skills to no longer steal.  This program can completed on line or by a one day program which meets on a Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Fee: $65.00.
  • Correction Services: 417-869-5161.
  • Turning Point: 1-888-268-2006.
  • 3rd Millennium: 888-810-7990, www3rdmilclassrooms.com.
(Shoplifting is an online education course for shoplifters.  You'll need access to an internet connected computer at home, school, or library.  Go to the website and follow these instructions:

1.    Click on FIND YOUR COURT
2.    Select MISSOURI in the State drop-down
3.    Enter your City SPRINGFIELD
4.    Select your Course.  Your Control Number is SPRMO-SL
5.    Click CONTINUE and complete the enrollment form.
It takes about 3-4 hours to complete the course and you can login and out as needed.
All questions regarding this site should be directed to 3rd Millennium, not the Court.)
 
Over the Wall
A program designed to inform offenders as to the consequence of behavior and the possibilities that may exist if acceptable behavioral changes are not made.  This program involves participating in tours/programs at Department of Corrections facilities.                         
  • Arrangements made by probation officer.
  • Referral by probation officer.
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) 
MRT is a cognitive-behavioral treatment system for offenders, substance abusers, and others with resistant personalities. MRT is performed in open-ended groups typically meeting once a week. Clients complete tasks and exercises outside of group and present their work in group. 
  • Fee: $25.00.
  • Referrals made by Probation Office.
Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device
A mechanical unit that is installed in a vehicle which requires the taking of a BAC test prior to the starting of the vehicle and at periodic intervals after the engine has been started.
  • Fee: Varies with agencies.
  • Life Safer: 1-800-765-1188.
  • lcohol Detection System: 1-888-786-7384.
  • Guardian Interlock: 1-800-499-0994.
  • Smart Start: 1-800-880-3394.
  • Consumer Safety Technology: 1-877-777-5020.
  • Draeger: 1-877-854-2569.
Anger Management Programs
This program is for the persistent offender whose behavior is causing legal, financial, physical and emotional difficulties in his/her life.  The program teaches techniques that help prevent further disruptive behaviors.  The program lasts for four sessions.  It meets on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
  • Fee: $100.00.
  • Ozark Counseling Center: 417-869-9011.
Missouri Sex Offender Program 
This program is certified through the Department of Corrections to handle issues of the  offender may have in life situations. There are two groups that meet weekly. 
  • Fee: $25.00.
  • Hal Davidson: 417-877-7500.