AIM to B’MORE (AIM) is an innovative diversionary program that provides first-time, non-violent, felony drug offenders an alternative to incarceration. Participants serve a 3-year probation before judgment to include community service, job readiness classes, continuing education assistance, workforce development, apprenticeship and internship opportunities, mentors, life skills, and full time employment assistance.
AIM participants remain under the supervision of a Probation Agent, Community Service Coordinator, and Program Coordinator for three years. Probation becomes unsupervised after the participant completes all conditions of their probation and maintains steady employment for a full year. After three years, the BCSAO will work with participants to expunge his or her record. Successful participants graduate with career opportunities and without a criminal record.