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1 Washington State Center for Court Research What Exactly Is It That We Do? Improve Accountability and Effectiveness for Washingtons Courts with Analysis, Evaluation, and Operational Management Tools

2 Court Contact and Recidivism Database Demographics Offender History (juvenile and adult) Dependency Status Offending (Becca) 1980 to now Person, case, court, charge, case and charge outcome, dependency case processing, RCW, charge severity, DOB, race (ðnicity), sex, jurisdiction, LFO, warrants, referral agency, WSIPP law category Need better data for detention, jail, prison, and felony sentencing A person-level file

3 473S32, SDEP10/22/1981*SW DEPENDENCY 473S32, SDEP3/20/1984*SW DEPENDENCY 473S32, SDEP10/1/1987*SW DEPENDENCY 473J32,90-R JJO8/30/19908/28/1990*SW 9A THEFT-3 473J32,90-R JJO10/17/199010/16/1990*SW 9A (2)(A)MALICIOUS MISCHIEF-3 HARM>$50 473S32, SJO10/19/1990 *SW 9A (1)(A)MALIC MISCHIEF-2 PROP DMGE >$ J32,90-R JJO12/17/199012/14/1990*SW 9A ASSAULT-4 473S32, SJO12/28/1990 *SW 9A ASSAULT 4TH DEGREE 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW AMINOR POSS AND/OR CONSUMPTION 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW 9A OBSTRUCT LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW 9A MALICIOUS MISCHIEF 3 DEGREE 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW OPEN OR CONSUME LIQUOR IN PUBLIC 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW 9A RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT 473SPD,SPPCK CNDCN8/19/19968/17/1996*SW 9A CRIMINAL TRESPASS-2ND DEGREE 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN5/30/19975/29/1997SPM BTRESPASS PREMISES 2ND 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN6/2/19975/31/1997SPM ATRESPASS BUILDING 1ST 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN6/3/1997 SPM BTRESPASS PREMISES 2ND 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN6/3/1997 SPM POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN6/3/1997 SPM ATRESPASS BUILDING 1ST 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN6/16/19976/14/1997SPM BTRESPASS PREMISES 2ND 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN2/2/19981/31/1998SPM POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA 473SPM,SPPK CNMCN2/18/19982/17/1998*SW 9A CRIMINAL TRESPASS-2ND DEGREE 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN3/27/1998 SPM DVASSAULT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN6/2/19986/1/1998SPM POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN11/2/199910/28/1999SPM UNLAWFUL BUS CONDUCT 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN11/15/199911/13/1999SPM PEDESTRIAN INTERFERENCE 473SPD,SPPM CNDCN8/25/20008/24/2000*SW 9A RECKLESS BURNING-2ND DEGREE 473SPD,SPPM CNDCN8/25/20008/24/2000*SW 9A DISORDERLY CONDUCT 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN9/25/20009/22/2000SPM POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN9/25/20009/22/2000SPM POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA 473SPM,SPPM CNMCN9/25/2000 SPM AFURNISH LIQUOR TO MINORS 473SPM,SPPB CNMCN11/15/200411/13/2004*SW NO CONTACT ORDER VIOLATION 473SPM,SPPB CNMCN12/30/200412/29/2004SPM DVVIOL OF PROTECTION ORDER 473S32, SCR1/28/20051/23/2005*SW (1)CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION 473S32, SCR1/28/20054/5/2004*SW (D)CONT SUBST VIOL - SECTION (D) 473S32, SCR1/28/20051/23/2005*SW (1)CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION 473S32, SCR1/28/20054/5/2004*SW (D)CONT SUBST VIOL - SECTION (D) 473S32, SCR1/28/20051/23/2005*SW (1)CONT SUB-POSSESS NO PRESCRIPTION 473S32, SCR1/28/20054/5/2004*SW (D)CONT SUBST VIOL - SECTION (D) the eggs and flour…

4 Multisystem Involvement the cake

5 Multisystem involvement by race and ethnicity, youth with offender referrals 2005 to 2009

6 Race, CA, and Prior Offender Referrals Percent with Substantial CA History (either investigation or legal action) NCJJ Cross-Systems King County Study

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8 Youth Referred on Offender Matters with Prior CPS Referral 17% – 41% 42% – 46% 47% – 62%

9 CCRD also supports DMC analysis for juveniles and adults 2. Select calendar year4.TYPE in shaded cell to change minimum values [default is 10 observations; min of 1 is required] Summary: Relative Rate Index Compared with White Juveniles Reported data (unadjusted) Data displayed for Pierce Calendar year 2010 Black, non- HispanicHispanic Asian or Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, non-HispanicAll MinoritiesBase for rates 2. Juvenile Arrests*** 2.79** per 1,000 population 3. Refer to Juvenile Court per 1,000 population 4. Referrals filed with JDO codes B+ or above X1.55 per 100 referrals 5. Cases diverted per 100 referrals 6. Non-petitioned referrals per 100 referrals 7. Petitioned referrals per 100 referrals 8. Adjudicated cases per 100 petitioned 9. Adjudicated cases with JRA dispositions XX1.61 per 100 adjudicated cases 10. Cases with local dispositions per 100 referrals 11. Cases handled in adult court XXXXX per 100 referrals Group meets 1% threshold? Yes Key: ** No data available for this stage X too few cases to calculate a reliable rate Bold : significant

10 Assessment Research Database – 2004 to now – All juveniles screened as moderate or high risk – record of treatment eligibility, participation, and completion – A person-level file Criminal History, School, Use of Free Time, Employment, Relationships, Family History, Current Living Arrangements, Alcohol and Drug Use, Mental Health, Attitudes/Behaviors, Aggression, Skills

11 Evidence Based Programs Utilization Aggression Replacement Training Functional Family Therapy Multi- Systemic Therapy (13%) 65 (44%) 2, (38%) 451(51%) 3,055 1,075(35%) 578(54%) # Eligible: # Referred: # Started: # of Courts (2010) Number of Cases = 4,474 (N=29)(N=24)(N=2)

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13 Washington State Aggression Replacement Training Among Offenders, Felony Recidivism: 30.8% Felony Recidivism: 36.7% Felony Recidivism: 27.6%

14 Court Contact? Check Needs Assessment? Check Anything Else? Tools for QA

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16 Education Research Database SKYWARD STUDENT MANAGEMENT Assessments Attendance Census/Demographics Discipline Food Service Gradebooks Report Cards & Transcripts

17 ERD & Fundamental Research

18 ERD and the old Truancy Petition Process

19 Washington Assessments of the Risks and Needs of Students WARNS Youth Survey AGGRESSION-DEFIANCE DEPRESSION-ANXIETY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PEER DEVIANCE FAMILY ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL ENGAGEMENT Need Categories: Low Moderate High Demographics School Barriers to Attendance Family Traumatic Experiences Criminal Justice bullying, gang affiliation, smoking Needs ScalesOther areas of assessment 80-item self-report 10 – 20 minutes 5 th grade reading-level (English) Paper & Online versions Real-time individual-level results FREE

20 Goals Develop a risk and needs assessment for schools, courts, and service providers: (1) identify youths at risk of truancy, delinquency, and dropping out of school (2) assess youth development in the educational, social, and psychological domains (3) brief and easy to administer, interpret (4) provide immediate, real-time scoring and reporting

21 WARNS Versions Paper Online

22 WARNS Reports: Student-identified Administrations Paper: Indiv. Needs Summaries Report Online: Individual WARNS Report

23 Needs of Truant Kids… Percentage of Truant and Non-truant High School Students Scoring in the HIGH Needs Category

24 WARNS + School + Juvenile Court Information = Insight Percentage of Community Truancy Board Participants, Status Offenders, and Criminal Offenders Scoring in the HIGH Needs Category

25 Washington State Center for Court Research accountability and effectiveness for Washingtons Courts with analysis, evaluation, and operational management tools Carl McCurley, Ph.D. Manager, Washington State Center for Court Research Administrative Office of the Courts


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