The Rock County OWI Court's mission is to improve public safety by producing sober drivers. The Court incorporates research driven principles and accountability to save money, lives, and create a better community. It is a voluntary, post-adjudication specialty court created to reduce recidivism by allowing OWI 3rd Offense defendants to participate in sub-stance abuse treatment under judicial and community supervision. It is a four-phase program consisting of intensive supervision of defendants by a case manager and probation officer, frequent appearances before the OWI Court judge, individualized drug/alcohol treatment, other treatment/ counseling as necessary, random drug testing, home visits, and sup-port group attendance. Participants are required to be on electronic monitoring/Sobrietor through Probation. AODA treatment and case management will be provided by the Rock County Human Services Department. Monitoring and linking to collateral services will continue through-out all phases of the program. OWI Court will also work in con-cert with the Intoxicated Driver Program in an effort to secure participants' licenses.
All risk levels
Post-adjudication or conviction
Elizabeth Pohlman McQuillen
Criminal Justice System Planner/Analyst
51 S. Main ST
Janesville, WI 53545