Beginning on day one, returning citizens are assessed, “using a validated risk assessment, combined with the results of other evaluations, we can identify each incarcerated individual’s crucial academic, vocational, and therapeutic needs. Using this vital information, our skilled professionals develop a case action plan to reduce risk of recidivism while equipping returning citizens for successful reentry into the community.”


Reducing recidivism is a team effort that requires synchronizing individualized and targeted interventions at the right time and in the right amount. Our team measures success in three essential areas:


1) Up-to-date and on-time criminogenic risk assessments.


2) Up-to-date and high-quality case action plans.


3) Time spent with individuals guiding them through the process of returning to communities successfully.

A brief overview of the main responsibilities of a case manager are the following:


  • LS/RNR Assessments
  • Case Action Plans
  • Supervision Contacts
  • Security/Behavioral Assessments
  • Progress Reports & Special Attention memos for the Board of Pardons & Parole


The following information may be shared with the public by the CCM.


  • Offender’s Name and Number
  • Gender
  • Age/Date of Birth
  • Legal status (Inmate, Parolee, Probationer)
  • Housing Location (e.g., community correctional center, county jail or general unit at the Utah State Correctional Facility or Central Utah Correctional Facility)
  • Crime and Criminal History
  • Offenses/Sentence Length
  • Board Hearing or Rehearing date
  • Parole, Termination, Expiration date
  • Commitment Date, Committing Court, Case Number