TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — It has only been a few months, but a program at Tippecanoe County Community Corrections is already making a difference in both human and canine lives.
PAWS, or Participants and Animals Working for Success is designed to reduce the chances of participants re-offending by 50 percent.
It’s too early to confirm that statistic, but those involved are optimistic.
Jennifer Kretz was sentenced to Community Corrections for drinking and driving.
“I had some...