Probationers placed on Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS) are under house arrest and are monitored by teams consisting of two Probation.
According to the Cook County, Illinois Court website, intensive probation supervision was established there in as a prison diversion program for high -risk.
The objective of the Intensive Supervision Unit is to protect the community, reduce recidivism, help rehabilitate, and divert juvenile and adult probationers from.
The program provides more restrictive community supervision to individuals at higher risk of committing serious crimes. The program is rated.