Community Corrections

The Eaton County Trial Courts will operate on a modified schedule for conducting in-person proceedings limited to essential functions between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, daily.  Those requiring to conduct business with the Court are encouraged to contact the Court prior to arriving at the Courthouse to confirm their need to appear. 

Facial covering must be worn while in enclosed public areas, unless an individual is medically unable to tolerate a face covering.

  1. Advisory Board
  2. Community Corrections Act
  3. CCAB Bylaws
  4. Community Corrections Programs
  5. Drug Testing
  6. Forms

Advisory Board

The Eaton County Community Corrections Advisory Board (ECCCAB) has been successful at securing funding from the State, for its Comprehensive Plan. The ECCCAB has developed a strong collaboration and cooperation from all components of the criminal justice system in Eaton County. The plan is updated each year in order to review the effectiveness of existing programs, as well as to create new programs as needed that are evidence based.

The Eaton County Community Corrections Division provides a wide array of sentencing alternatives for all types of non-violent offenders.

Board Members

Eaton County Circuit Court Chief Judge
Board Chair: Honorable Janice Cunningham

Eaton County District Court Judge
Co-Chair: Honorable Julie Reincke

Eaton County Probate Court
Judge Thomas Byerly

County Sheriff
Eaton County Sheriff Office: Sheriff Tom Reich

Eaton County Prosecutor
Prosecutor Doug Lloyd

Chief of City Police Department
Charlotte Police Department: Chief Paul Brentar

Eaton County Circuit Probation/Parole
Corey Bahm Supervisor

County Commissioner
Glenn Freeman

Criminal Defense Attorney
Matthew Newburg

General Public
Steve Siegrist

Substance Abuse
Sean Corbin: Cognitive Consultants

Business Community
John Boles

Open Spots
Communications Media