CorrectTech is a truly paperless community corrections software.
We've designed our software to manage any agency's requirements to implement and operationalize best practices, to enable high levels of customization of agency's configurable workflows, documents and terminology, and to simplify and enhance client communication.
Whether your agency supports residential, treatment, reentry, probation, parole, pretrial programs, juvenile justice case management, day reporting programs or a combination of the above, your choice of CorrectTech's robust modules can help streamline your operation and empower your frontline staff so that they can focus on the risk, needs, and responsivity of justice involved individuals.
Our community corrections software delivers a comprehensive and robust platform you can use to manage your processes, reinforce your standards for continuous quality improvement and audits, and use your data to make better decisions. Whether you use only our Program Foundation Platform, one of our industry packages, or create your own combination of modules, the user experience is seamless. The entire data repository is fully integrated across all features, client files, and configurations.
Focus on your clients
The Program Foundation Platform provides a powerful backbone to the CorrectTech software. It's features include the Document Center, case notes, clients and contacts database, role-based toolbars and access, PIN-based signatures, and everything else you need to digitize, organize and manage your case files in an integrated fashion.
This documentation quality assurance solution automatically brings together entire intake or discharge reports by client type – saving hours of work for each report. Typical discharge reports include assessment results, treatment and community service hours, total incentive points earned, and more.
Our workflows ensure your intake and discharge steps and required documents are completed based on specifics such as client and discharge type, decreasing room for staff error.