The various types of intermediate sanctions which are sanctions administered primarily by the judiciary which includes: Pretrial diversion programs which typically target petty drug offenders. Fines are used extensively, are enforced, and normally the sole sanction for a wide range of crimes. Day fine which is a criminal penalty based on the amount of income an offender earns in a day's work. Forfeiture which the Government seizure of property and other assets derived from or used in criminal activity. Community service which compensation for injury to society, by the performance of service in the community. Another type of intermediate sanction is sanction administered in the community which includes probation center which is an residential facility where persistent probation violators are sent for short periods. Restitution center is an facility where probations who fall behind in restitution are sent to make payments on their debt.
Intensive supervision probation which probation granted under conditions of strict reporting to a probation officer with a limited caseload. Home confinement is an sentence whereby offenders serve terms of incarceration in their own homes. Electronic monitoring is a probation officer fits an electronic monitor to a client sentenced to home confinement. Another intermediate sanction is an sanction administered in institutions and the community which contains are shock incarceration which is a short period of incarceration followed by a sentence reduction. Boot camp which is a physically rigorous, disciplined, and demanding regimen emphasizing conditioning, education, and job training. Designed for young offenders.