FAIRFIELD — A $287,125 grant will assist the Solano County Probation Division preserve nearer tabs on impaired driving offenders.
“Our monitoring program helps probationers keep on observe with remedy and different court-ordered measures,” Christopher Hansen, chief probation officer, stated in a press release saying the grant. “The purpose is that with extra steering and assist, it’ll scale back the variety of probationers who’re arrested or cited once more for DUI.”
The California Workplace of Site visitors Security awarded the grant with funds from the Nationwide Freeway Site visitors Security Administration.
“The funds will go towards check-ins with probationers to verify they’re following court-ordered phrases of their probation,” the assertion stated, “and also will pay for warrant operations focusing on probation violations and/or DUI suspects who don’t seem in courtroom, alcohol testing, officer coaching in normal discipline sobriety testing and collaborating with courts and prosecutors to determine probation orders.”
For extra info, go to www.SolanoCounty.com/Depts/Probation or name 784-7600.