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HILLSVILLE — Keeping minor criminal offenders out of jail through a day-reporting program may also be the key to unlocking savings for Carroll County.
Carroll Sheriff J.B. Gardner met with the board of supervisors Nov. 15 to report that several county agencies want to set up a new community service program.
Modeled after similar efforts in Grayson County and Giles County, day reporting allows non-violent, non-sexual offenders to stay out of jail by agreeing to do local community service work projects.
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