St Croix County

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Start Date: 
2013
Contact: 
Name: 
Mike O'Keefe
Job Title: 
St. Croix County Coordinator
Phone: 
(715) 381-5253
Address: 
St. Croix County
1101 Carmichael RD
Hudson, WI 54016

Adult Drug Court

Start Date: 
2006
Description: 
The St. Croix County Drug Court program is an intensive, multi-phased therapeutic specialty court for persons addicted to drugs and alcohol and who are at substantial risk for reoffending. Through intensive judicial monitoring, comprehensive treatment services, and strict accountability, the Drug Court promotes public safety, reduces prison and jail populations, and reduces prosecution and incarceration costs while improving the welfare of participants, their families and the greater community.
Risk Level: 
High risk
Risk Assessment Tools: 
COMPAS (Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions)
Contact: 
Name: 
Kimberly Kitzberger
Job Title: 
Drug Court Coordinator
Phone: 
(715) 386-4723
Address: 
St. Croix County Drug Court
St. Croix County Services Center
1752 Dorset Lane
New Richmond, WI 54017
Alternative to Revocation Admission: 
No
Medication Assisted Treatment: 
Yes

Post-charge Diversion and Deferred Prosecution Program

Description: 
The St. Croix County Diversion Program provides a positive alternative to the criminal court process for non-violent criminal offenders. The program is designed to meet the criminogenic needs of these offenders, and attempts to deter future criminal behavior. In return for successful completion of the program, the District Attorney’s Office agrees to not proceed with criminal prosecution. The Diversion Program further provides non-violent criminal offenders the opportunity to avoid negative consequences associated with a criminal conviction. Crime victims benefit through a restorative justice system that holds the participant accountable. It reduces the burden on the court and corrections system by allowing limited resources to be devoted to more serious or violent criminals. The program aids in protecting the community by closely supervising the participant. Taxpayers also benefit by saving court and correctional costs. The program is designed to reduce jail and prison populations, prosecution and incarceration costs, and recidivism. The program is also designed to promote public safety in the community.
Contact: 
Name: 
Lisa Multhauf
Job Title: 
Diversion Program Coordinator
Phone: 
(715) 386-4641
Address: 
St. Croix County
1101 Carmichael RD
Hudson, WI 54016

Pre-charge Diversion Program

Description: 
The St. Croix County Diversion Program provides a positive alternative to the criminal court process for non-violent criminal offenders. The program is designed to meet the criminogenic needs of these offenders, and attempts to deter future criminal behavior. In return for successful completion of the program, the District Attorney’s Office agrees to not proceed with criminal prosecution. The Diversion Program further provides non-violent criminal offenders the opportunity to avoid negative consequences associated with a criminal conviction. Crime victims benefit through a restorative justice system that holds the participant accountable. It reduces the burden on the court and corrections system by allowing limited resources to be devoted to more serious or violent criminals. The program aids in protecting the community by closely supervising the participant. Taxpayers also benefit by saving court and correctional costs. The program is designed to reduce jail and prison populations, prosecution and incarceration costs, and recidivism. The program is also designed to promote public safety in the community.
Contact: 
Name: 
Lisa Multhauf
Job Title: 
Coordinator
Phone: 
(715) 386-4641
Address: 
St. Croix County District Attorney's Office - Diversion Program
1101 Carmichael Road
Hudson, WI 54016
Alternative to Revocation Admission: 
No
Medication Assisted Treatment: 
No

OWI Treatment Court

Start Date: 
2019
Address: 
St. Croix County
1101 Carmichael Rd.
Hudson, WI 54016
Alternative to Revocation Admission: 
No
Medication Assisted Treatment: 
No