Residential services provide supervision of offenders who demonstrate an inability or unwillingness to function under less restrictive program supervision.
There are two residential correctional facilities in the Seventh Judicial District. The residential facilities provide highly structured live-in supervision of problematic, high risk and/or high needs offenders. The offenders are referrals from court, the Iowa Board of Parole or the Federal of Bureau of Prisons.
The Residential Corrections Facility (RCF) is located at 1330 W 3rd Street, Davenport, Iowa and the Work
Release Center-605 Center (WRC) is located at 605 Main Street, Davenport, Iowa. The RCF houses sixty-four (64) male offenders. The WRC houses one hundred and twenty (120) male/female offenders. The average stay at the facilities is between three (3) and six (6) months. Offenders are required to obtain employment and address treatment needs as directed by the court or identified by assessments. Offenders are required to meet financial obligations such as child support, victim restitution, court costs, etc. while in the facilities.