The Solicitor’s Intervention Programs were established by South Carolina state statute in an effort to encourage individuals to make a positive contribution to the community while affording the participant an opportunity for a second chance and ultimately deter future criminal behavior.
The programs are offered as a diversion to ordinary prosecution. Entrance into a diversion program is not an admission of guilt nor is it considered a plea. Participation in a diversion program is voluntary. While participating in diversion, the active case remains pending. However, upon completion of the diversion program, the charges are dismissed with the option of expungment.
- Pretrial Intervention Program
- Alcohol Education Program
- Traffic Education Program
- Juvenile Diversion Program
- Juvenile Arbitration Program
- Youth Mentor Program
- CHANGE Program
Director: Solicitor's Intervention Programs
Deputy Director: Solicitor's Intervention Programs