Day Report

Rules

In addition to the regular conditions of probation or home incarceration that apply during periods of supervision, the following conditions will also apply throughout clients sentence to the Greenbrier Day Report Center.

  • Consumption of alcohol and/or any controlled substances (drugs) is not permitted.

“Dealing,” secondary inhaling or handling drugs (as opposed to actually using them) will not, under any circumstances, be accepted as an excuse for a positive urine screen. Sanctions will be imposed for all positive screens and incidents of dealing, possessing or selling drugs will be reported to the client’s Probation Officer and/or Home Incarceration Officer. Selling drugs or assisting in the sale of drugs is a serious offense and will be treated as such. Failure to provide a urine screen when requested will be considered an “administrative” positive and is sanctioned the same as a positive drug test result.

  • Clients and visitors are subject to being searched with the handheld and walk-through metal detectors.
  • Upon the initial entry into the GDRC each day, client is to sign the sign-in list located at the front desk. They are to sign-out when they leave for the day.
  • Consumption of prescription drugs without a physician’s authorization is not allowed.

However, please note that sentencing court will be notified of prescription drug use if such use is determined by staff to be interfering with programming or the results of the random drug tests indicate that the client is not using the prescription as directed by their physician (i.e., they are taking more than the prescribed dosage). In order to track the prescription drug use, the prescribing physician will be contacted on a regular basis to verify the prescribed medications. This includes medications prescribed by an emergency room physician.

  • No weapons, pagers, beepers, cell phones, walkmans or headphones are permitted in the Greenbrier Day Report Center.
  • The following dress code has been adopted and will be enforced:

No clothing, jewelry or fashion accessories will be worn or carried into the Greenbrier Day Report Center which are racially offensive, obscene, depict nudity, promote or advocate gangs, violence, guns or other illegal activities or represent items associated with drugs, drug use, alcohol, alcohol use, or the paraphernalia associated with drug and’/or alcohol use. This includes T-shirts, hats, etc., that display advertisements of alcoholic beverages and jewelry items bearing the likeness of such items as marijuana leaves, etc. If questions arise concerning the appropriateness of any item, the Greenbrier Day Report Center staff will make the final determination.

Appropriate clothing, including undergarments, is required at all times in the GDRC. Clients are expected to maintain their appearance in a clean and appropriate manner. No provocative clothing may be worn in the GDRC. Clothing needs to be reasonably clean and without tears or holes. No one will be allowed to attend programming if they are wearing inappropriate clothing. Non-admittance to programming due to inappropriate clothing will be counted as an unexcused absence.

The following clothing will not be permitted: shorts, short skirts or dresses, halter-tops or midriff tops, muscle shirts, tank tops, mesh shirts, and tight-fitting or revealing clothing.

  • The client is responsible for maintaining proper personal hygiene (i.e., daily bathing, brushing teeth, wearing deodorant, brushing/combing hair, etc.).
  • Clients are not permitted to interact with staff or another client in a manner that involves inappropriate touching, conversation, gesture or insinuation – especially of an antagonistic, sexual, intimidating or abusive nature.
  • Unless directed by a staff member, clients are not permitted in the administrative offices of the facility.
  • Clients are not permitted to open closed doors, drawers or cabinets unless instructed to do so by a staff member.
  • Clients are required to submit to random urine drug tests and portable breath testing (PBT) for alcohol.
  • Clients are required to fully participate in all GDRC programming. This includes all group and individual counseling sessions, as well as the performance of community service.
  • As part of the GDRC program, it is required to perform either 8 or 24 hours of community service (CS) work per week depending on employment status. If unemployed, 28 hours of work per week is required, which is normally performed 4 hours each afternoon, Monday through Friday, for a total of 20 hours plus 8 hours on Saturday. If employed, 8 hours of work per week is required, which is normally performed on Saturday. Any hours missed must be made up regardless of the reason for the absence. CS will be performed in the county where sentencing took place.
  • The client is required to report any changes in daily schedule to GDRC staff. In addition, any changes of home address, employment or phone numbers need to be immediately reported to staff.
  • If employed, verification of employment by submitting a paycheck stub every payday is required. GDRC is to be notified of any work schedule changes. Forty (40) hour work weeks are permitted.
  • Phones are not to be used without supervision; clients are not permitted to receive personal phone calls at the GDRC. Telephones are to be used only to call for a ride or to call probation officer or home incarceration officer. Use of the telephone without first obtaining permission will result in phone privileges being revoked.
  • All homework assignments must be turned in on time as instructed by each group facilitator.
  • Independent work time (i.e., journaling, big book summaries and other reading) is to be used constructively. Idle talking to pass the time is not permitted. Use all of the allotted time period to complete your work.
  • Restroom breaks while groups are in process will not be allowed, unless a medical excuse from a licensed physician is provided to the group facilitator prior to the start of the group session.
  • Clients are not permitted to go to their vehicles during breaks.
  • Unless directed by GDRC staff, no food or drinks are permitted outside of designated areas.
  • Each client who enters the GDRC is responsible for the upkeep of the facility. The last group of clients who use a group room during the morning and evening sessions is to police their particular group room before leaving to make sure chairs are pushed under tables, no paper is lying on desks or on the floor and trash cans are emptied.
  • All clients are responsible for cleaning up the area around the outside of the GDRC. Clients who smoke are also responsible for picking up cigarette butts. The Director of the GDRC has the authority to suspend breaks and to impose a no smoking policy and will do so if trash and cigarette butts are not picked up.
  • Attendance at “Open” off-site AA/NA meetings must be documented with verification to the GDRC staff.
  • Be considerate of others in comments and actions.