In response to a request by the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Iowa and as a part of their task force, “Project Safe Neighborhoods”, the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services has established a list of 25 offenders who present the greatest risk of violating their supervision. This has been a cooperative effort between the US Attorney’s office, Linn County Attorney’s Office and the Cedar Rapids Police Department. A list of objective criteria was developed to identify those offenders currently on supervision that have a lengthy history of criminal behavior focusing on violence, drugs, and/or weapon offenses. Additionally, placement on the Matrix is also a deciding factor. Once identified, these individuals will be placed on intensive supervision to an agent in the High Risk Unit. The list is provided to local Law Enforcement who assists with monitoring of their activities. A zero tolerance approach is taken in response to violations. After immediate placement in jail for violations, a recommendation to the halfway house, violators program, or revocation to jail or prison is the next step.