Kay Strickland
County Work Program
Kay.Strickland @BentonCountyAR.gov
Benton County Administration Building
Administration Building
215 E. Central Ave.
Bentonville, AR 72712
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
open through lunch
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The Benton County Work Program is a privilege that a District or Circuit Court has sentenced you to work on instead of going to jail.
The (BCWP) Benton County Work Program should not be confused with Public or Community Service Work and is not used to pay any fines/cost assessed by the courts. This program services the District, City and Circuit Courts in Benton County and is used for non-violent offenders with offenses such as DWI, theft, shoplifting, bad check charges (both felony and misdemeanor), battery, traffic violations & possession charges.
Client Rules:
Have reliable transportation to the worksite
Be able to work an 8-hour day.
Be physically able to stand for long periods of time.
Be able to bend, stoop, and possibly lift up to 50 pounds.
Be able to withstand hot/cold weather.
Be capable of following instructions.
If on medications that could alter your work performance or are under a doctor's care, you must provide a release from the physician before being assigned to a worksite.
Live in Northwest Arkansas or the surrounding States of Missouri or Oklahoma.
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