The Day Reporting Program is a form of intensive supervision that, on the sanctions continuum, lies just below that of work release/residential. It incorporates all of the restrictions of a home detention/electronic monitoring program but includes an individualized case plan and schedule of rehabilitative services based upon the results of risk and needs assessment, participant’s place of residence, participant’s offense category and any conditions of placement that may have been ordered by the court. In this component, enhanced literacy, increased employability, substance abuse education and cognitive-behavioral treatment works to greatly reduce the possibility of re-offense upon release.