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What does DRC stand for?

DRC stands for Day Reporting Center (criminal justice)

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For operation of the Worcester sheriff's office; provided that the office shall provide a comprehensive inventory of all current programs and practices, in a manner to be determined by the executive office of public safety and security, to the executive office for administration and finance, the executive office of public safety and security and the House and Senate committees on Ways and Means not later than December 10, 2014; and provided further, that $497,000 shall be expended to establish a day reporting center located in southern Worcester county.
Also discussed are intermediate sanctions with and without a residential component, such as halfway houses, community residential treatment centers, shock incarceration, and boot camps, and restrictive and financial options such as fines, fees, forfeiture and restitution, community service, intensive supervision, electronic monitoring, home detention, day reporting centers, and testing; parole, revocation services, and parole boards; the viability of treatment, with discussion of Robert Martinson and his "nothing works" proposition and the role of treatment staff; and theory and treatment in the community.
Instead, Preckwinkle has put forward substitutes like day reporting centers for offenders on probation with the goal of reducing the average daily population to 7,500 in fiscal year 2012.
June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Less than two months after opening, enrollment at the Franklin County Day Reporting Center, an intensive supervision, treatment and training program for criminal offenders released in the county, has reached 100 participants.
Counselors who complete this program will provide behavioral intervention for probationers remanded to the state system's day reporting centers.
The offenders assigned to the day reporting centers have been released from prison, but have violated conditions of their release.