Day Reporting and Reentry Division

The Day Reporting and Reentry Division helps reintegrate offenders back into the community following release from jail. The division provides offenders with support mechanisms needed to transition successfully back in to the community, while at the same time monitoring their activity to prevent recidivism.

The Division works with the offenders to identify and address underlying problems such as substance abuse, joblessness, and/or mental illness which may have contributed to their criminal behavior.

The program begins while offenders are serving their sentence in jail. A supervision and reentry plan is designed and a compliance contract is signed. The plan includes the level of supervision, community service hours, job search, counseling, training, daily schedules, and any court-ordered conditions. Once released from jail, supervision specialists monitor each offender's activity in the community through random checks at their residence or place of employment based on daily itineraries each offender is required to complete and comply with. The offenders are also placed on an electronic monitor providing an added level of security.

The Division has a menu of services available on-site and referral resources off-site to address the offender's needs. A case manager works with the offender to build these services into their daily schedules and then monitors their compliance. The reentry plan is designed to address each offender's specialized needs. Offenders have access to employment readiness classes, support group meetings, treatment referrals, life skills, financial planning and budgeting, literacy programs, GED/ABE classes and stress and anger management programs.

For more information, contact BSO's Department of Community Programs at (954) 535-2373.

The Division also offers a Community Service Work Program for repeat misdemeanants. These offenders can be court ordered to DRRD as a condition of the first 60 days of probation whether or not a jail sentence is imposed. Offenders perform community restoration projects under the supervision of a uniformed deputy in the DLE Districts or for approved non-profit organizations. These offenders are expected to comply with all other conditions of DRRD such as job seeking, case management, etc. For more information, contact the Day Reporting and Reentry Division at (954) 935-6710.

Administrative Offices
4200 N.W. 16 Street, Suite 607
Lauderhill, FL 33313
(954) 535-2373
FAX: (954) 535-2398
Day Reporting and Reentry Division
West Office
4200 N.W. 16 Street, Suite 101
Lauderhill, FL 33313
(954) 497-3643
FAX: (954) 535-2355
North Office
2201 W. Sample Road
Building 8, Suite 1-4A
Pompano Beach, FL 33073
(954) 935-6710
FAX: (954) 935-6786
Central Office
Advocate Building
315 SE 7TH Street - Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
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Michelle Mumaw

Michelle Mumaw
Day Reporting and Reentry Division

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Michele Mumaw joined the Broward Sheriff’s Office as a Probation Officer in October 2001, as a result of a merge. She was previously employed by Broward County Court Administration as a Probation Officer, since 1994. She was promoted to Supervisor in 2002. In 2007, she was transferred to the Day Reporting and Reentry Division and was named as Manager of the Division in 2010.

Ms. Mumaw is a graduate of the University of Baltimore and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Criminal Justice.