A program that provides judges in Jackson and Jennings counties with the option of placing a felony offender on home detention instead of in jail or prison will move to a more central location.
“We’ve been looking at office space in Seymour for some time now,” J.L. Brewer told county commissioners during their meeting Tuesday at the courthouse annex.
Brewer, executive director of Jackson County Community Corrections program, said the move from offices at the courthouse annex in Brownstown to Seymour later this winter or spring will allow the department to better serve its clients.
“Most of our clientele lives in Seymour, and we have some in Jennings County now,” Brewer said.
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