Pretrial Intervention Law and Legal Definition Pretrial intervention (PTI) is governed by state laws, which vary by state. It provides defendants, generally first-time offenders, with opportunities for alternatives to the traditional criminal justice process of ordinary prosecution.
Pretrial diversion is a type informal disposition which involves the referral of individuals, often before arraignment, to rehabilitative or restitution programs in lieu of criminal prosecution. For example, mental health treatment, drug or alcohol abuse treatment, for the payment of restitution and fines or community service.
The Pre-Trial Intervention Program is for first time offenders only. This is a 3 month Program, in which participants are required to pay $55.00 per month Cost of Supervision fees, Investigative Costs, State Attorney Costs and complete 25 hours community service at an approved site.
The Parent Information and Training Program — Technical Assistance for Parent Training and Information Centers is funding one national PTI center to provide technical assistance to, and coordination of, the State-level PTI centers funded under 84.235F in FY 2020. The Center will also establish and maintain partnerships with the state-level ...
As Executive Director of PTI, Dr. Stewart coordinates much of the "delivery and support" portion of PTI's "Research, development, delivery, and support" roles. He coordinates the PTI Service and Cyberinfrastructure and their services to PTI research centers and the community at large, as well as many PTI-related activities in economic development.
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