Impaired Driving Court Case Manager | Dodge County, WI

Position Summary

The Impaired Driving Court (IDC) Case Manager works closely and cooperatively with the Program Director. Duties include program screening/interviews with potential program participants and case management of enrolled participants.

Education, Competencies & Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology, or related human service field  
  • Computer literacy including working knowledge and experience of Windows and word processing, as well as data entry experience (Microsoft Word & Access)
  • Applied knowledge and understanding of criminal justice process is an asset
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable state statues, county ordinance, and rules, program procedures and objectives
  • Ability to understand and apply applicable laws regarding treatment court programs
  • Ability to learn all governmental programs related to the position, interpret and explain; exercising considerable discretion and judgment in the application of policies
  • Experience in motivational interviewing techniques preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • High level of skill in organization and attention to detail and accuracy as well as ability to handle multiple tasks at one time
  • Ability to work independently as wells as cooperatively with co-workers
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with individuals from diverse economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Attend trainings as required
  • Pre-employment background check is required
  • Fluency in Spanish, spoken and written, preferred
  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile with insurance required

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide ongoing assessment and treatment planning, case management, and crisis intervention.
  • Assists in the preparation of sentence modification recommendations and informational reports for Judicial Officials/DA/defense counsel.
  • Responsible for testing methods including: Electronic Monitoring (EM); Drug Screening utilizing a variety of methods; and Breathalyzer Tests for Court Services programs and for children/adolescents in Child Welfare programs.
  • Monitor the offender’s compliance of program criteria.
  • Apply and reinforce IDC policies and procedures.
  • Installation of EM equipment with primary and ongoing response to EM alerts.
  • Communicate regularly with offenders; their employers, families, the courts and the treatment providers.
  • Work closely with Probation and Parole so as not to duplicate services.
  • Conduct follow-up reviews of defendants unable to meet the conditions of release to ascertain if eligibility criteria and/or new information allows for program eligibility.
  • Document and record all participant and program outcomes.
  • Provide appropriate documentation, recorded case notes, and status updates in a timely manner.
  • Regular attendance and punctuality required.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Program Director


Reports to the JusticePoint Treatment Court Director