ROCHELLE — Ogle County’s Greg Martin visited the Rochelle Rotary Club last week and spoke about a program offered in Ogle County.
The New Horizons Adult Drug Court offers non-violent adult offenders an opportunity to address their substance dependency and its impact on criminal behavior.
The Ogle County Drug Court began in August 2009, as a response to the impact of substance dependence on the Ogle County criminal justice system.
“New Horizons aims to reduce the cost of substance-related crime, while holding offenders accountable for their behavior and preventing recidivism. By effectively addressing substance-related crime in Ogle County through the education and intensive individualized treatment of offenders, thereby enabling them to become productive, responsible citizens,” Martin explained.
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