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1 September 27, 2006 Christopher Epps Commissioner

2  Accomplishments  Offender Population  FY 2008 Budget Request  Summary  Questions 1

3 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 1. MDOC joined nationally touted Pegasus Research Foundation in an unprecedented collaboration with Mississippi law enforcement to integrate criminal information databases providing law enforcement officers with real time automated information about offenders under the custody or supervision of MDOC. Users will have access to records and photographs of more than 21,000 offenders the custody of MDOC and over 30,0000 being supervised by MDOC. 2. MDOC and Habitat for Humanity/Metro Jackson joined as partners in March and April 2006 to tackle a worthy challenge…building homes for eighteen (18) Hurricane Katrina evacuee families. Fifty (50) non-violent offenders assisted with the construction of the new Habitat homes. 2

4 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 3. MDOC offenders assisted with the recovery efforts on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. On December 8, 2005, forty-one (41) Community Corrections offenders from the George, Harrison and Jackson County Community Work Centers were assigned the task of cleaning the debris littering interstate 10 from state line to state line. The task took fourteen days and was completed on December 29, 2005. A total of 13,770 miles were logged; 4,000 man-hours compiled; and 15,000 bags of debris gathered. The effort resulted saving the taxpayers of Mississippi more than $24,000 in man power labor cost. 4. The MDOC Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund was established on September 8, 2005 to assist affected MDOC employees in recovering from the devastating effects of the storm. The fund has collected $139,815 from numerous sources and has disbursed $127,454 to 62 MDOC employees affected by Hurricane Katrina. The fund currently has a balance of $12,361 available for further relief needs. 3

5 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 5. The Division of Victims Services (DVS) began operation in November 2000. Its primary function is to register crime victims regarding notification prior to the release of an inmate from custody. (Registration is tri-fold: one to MDOC Records, one to the Parole Board, and one to the Attorney General for possible appeals). In addition, the office provides enhanced services including offender status, crisis intervention, information regarding the Crime Victim Compensation Program and Crime Victims’ Rights, liaison with law enforcement agencies, field officers, restitution matters, protective orders, harassment by offenders, support and assistance during victim/offender dialogue, meetings with the Parole Board and preparation/escort services during executions. Number of victims currently registered with DVS: 2,548 FY 06: Victims Registered –883 FY 05: Victims Registered –590 FY 04: Victims Registered – 1318 FY 03: Victims Registered –527 FY 02: Victims Registered –660 FY 01: Victims Registered –275 4

6 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 6. Offenders in the prisons, county jails and the community work centers contributed approximately $20 million in free labor for FY 2006. 7. During FY 2006 MDOC provided effective treatment programs for offenders, graduating 852 state inmates through the agency’s GED, Adult Basic Education/Literacy programs and 384 offenders through vocational training programs. 8. MDOC and Mississippi Prison Industry Corporation (MPIC) partnered to establish a Transition Placement Center to assist qualified offenders that do not have a prison release residence in Mississippi. The capacity is forty offenders, who live at the Center for a maximum of six months; seven days a week – 24 hours a day. This program has the potential to provide services to 100 ex-offenders each year that would otherwise remain incarcerated. By annually diverting 100 offenders to the program, MDOC will realize an estimated cost avoidance of approximately 1.3 million dollars per year. There is no other program in the nation where a state prison industry and the Department of Corrections has partnered to sponsor a release program for offenders. 5

7 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 9. All Private and Regional Correctional Facilities remain accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA) with one exception, the Delta Correctional Facility. The American Correctional Association is currently auditing the facility. Upon successful completion of the audit, ALL state operated prison facilities, privately operated facilities and regional facilities will be ACA Accredited. 10. By changing to a self-insured program for Workers’ Compensation, MDOC has realized a savings of $1,149,858 during FY 2006. This savings is based on the difference between the estimated FY 2006 premium on the State Workers’ Compensation Pool of $2,800,000 and the actual cost of operating the self-insured program of $1,650,142 during FY 2006. 6

8 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Accomplishments Fiscal Year 2006 and 2007 11. During FY 03 – FY 06, a total of 778 positions were eliminated based on legislative mandates. 681 – full time positions 97 – part time positions 12. For the fifth consecutive year, the MDOC successfully reduced the average daily cost to house inmates in state operated facilities. Based on the PEER report released on December 13, 2005, the average operating cost per day for inmates in state operated facilities for FY 2005 was $36.42, representing a 14% decrease since FY 2002. 7

9 OFFENDER POPULATION as of September 1, 2006 Number of Offenders in Custody21,389 Number of Offenders under Supervision30,828 Total Offender Population 52,217 8 Source: September 2006 MDOC Fact Sheet

10 Total Offender Population as of September 1, 2006 52,217 Source: September 2006 MDOC Fact Sheet 9

11 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Areas of Concern for FY 2007 Projected Price Increase of Utilities/Fuel Gasoline  Average Cost per gallon for FY 06$ 2.14  Average Projected Cost per gallon for FY 07$ 2.44 Projected Increase per gallon$.30  14% Electricity  Cost per KWH as of 07-2005$.0643  Cost per KWH as of 07-2006$.0685 Increase per KWH$.0042  6.5% Military Activation  Staff activated as of September 1, 2006 25 10

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13 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Fiscal Year 2008 Budget Request – All Categories Categories for FY 2008 Budget Request LBO Hearing Attachment Support Programs All Categories $154,297,489 Private Facilities Contractual Services $75,547,043A Regional Facilities Contractual Services $33,225,136B Local Confinement Contractual Services $10,176,264C Medical Services Contractual Services $44,591,084D Agricultural Program Contractual Services $2,725,155 Parole Board Contractual & Commodities $693,268 TOTAL FY 2008 BUDGET REQUEST $321,255,439 12

14 FY 2008 Budget Request Private Facilities FY 2008 Request $75,547,043 Payment for basic housing, medical care, food, operational cost, and debt service for 4,890 inmates at:  Marshall County Correctional Facility  Delta Correctional Facility  East Mississippi Correctional Facility  Wilkinson County Correctional Facility  Walnut Grove Youthful Correctional Facility  Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility (See Attachment A) 13

15 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ESTIMATED PRIVATE FACILITIES COST FISCAL YEAR 2008 Attachment A MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ESTIMATED PRIVATE FACILITIES COST FISCAL YEAR 2008 Attachment A Facility Dates Days Number of Inmates Inmate Days Rate Operating Cost Capital Cost Total Estimated Cost MARSHALL Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366995364,170$30.92$11,260,136$2,947,333$14,207,469 Opened: June 1996B Custody Inmates DELTA Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366960351,360$30.92.$10,864,051$2,947,333$13,811,384 Opened: April 2004B Custody Inmates WILKINSON Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366390142,740$30.92$4,413,521B Custody Inmates Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366575210,450$37.50$7,891,875C Custody Inmates Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 20083663010,980$26.26$288,335A Custody Inmates TOTAL 995 364,170 $34.58 $12,593,731 $2,831,242 $15,424,973 Opened: Jan 1998A, B & C Custody Inmates EAST MISSISSIPPI Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 200836611341,358$53.65$2,218,857D Custody Inmates Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366724264,984$39.95$10,586,111A, B & C Custody Inmates Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366259,150$30.92$282,918A Custody Inmates TOTAL366862315,492$38.95$13,087,886$2,831,242$15,919,128 Opened: April 1999A,B, C & D Custody Inmates WALNUT GROVE Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366950347,700$31.40$10,917,780$2,947,333$13,865,113 Opened: March 2001A,B,C & D Custody Inmates A = 234 B= 589 C=122 D= 5 TALLAHATCHIE Jun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 200836612846,848$49.50$2,318,976$0$2,318,976 Opened: November 2004C Custody Inmates TOTAL ESTIMATED FY 2008 EXPENSE 3664,8901,789,740$34.11$61,042,560$14,504,483$75,547,043 14

16 FY 2008 Request $33,225,136  This includes full-year funding for 3,060 state inmates at the 11 County Regional Facilities. (See Attachment B) (See Attachment B) FY 2008 Budget Request Regional Facilities 15

17 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ITEMIZED SCHEDULE OF REGIONAL FACILITIES COST FISCAL YEAR 2008 Attachment B (Page 1 of 3) Facility Dates Days Number of Inmates Inmate Days Rate FY 2008 Operating Cost ISSAQUENAJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 200836627299,552$29.74$2,960,675 Opened: Mar 1, 1997 JEFFERSONJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 200836627299,552$29.74$2,960,675 Opened: May 16,1997 LEAKEJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: Oct. 15,1998 MARIONJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: Mar 2,1999 16

18 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ITEMIZED SCHEDULE OF REGIONAL FACILITIES COST FISCAL YEAR 2008 Attachment B (Page 2 of 3) Facility Dates Days Number of Inmates Inmate Days Rate FY 2008 Operating Cost WINSTONJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: March 18, 1999 CARROLLJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: May 11,1999 BOLIVARJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366292106,872$29.74$3,178,373 Opened: December 15,1999 KEMPERJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: October 28,2000 17

19 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ITEMIZED SCHEDULE OF REGIONAL FACILITIES COST FISCAL YEAR 2008 Attachment B (Page 3 of 3) Facility Dates Days Number of Inmates Inmate Days Rate FY 2008 Operating Cost HOLMESJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: November 11, 2000 STONEJun 4, 2007 – Jun 3, 2008366278101,748$29.74$3,025,986 Opened: December 06, 2000 GEORGEJun 4, 2007 – May 9, 200834127894,798$28.87$2,736,818 May 10, 2008 – Jun 3, 2008252786,950$29.74$206,693 Opened: May 10, 2002 366101,748$2,943,511 TOTAL ESTIMATED FY 2008 REGIONAL FACILITIES COST 30601,119,960$29.67$33,225,136 Cost per day with Medical ($6.02)$35.69 18

20 FY 2008 Budget Request Local Confinement FY 2008 Request $10,176,264  This represents funding for housing an estimated average daily population of 1,324 reimbursable state inmates in county jails. (See Attachment C) 19

21 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Schedule of Estimated Local Confinement Costs Fiscal Year 2008 Attachment C DESCRIPTIONTOTALS Capacity as of September 1, 2006 1,824 Estimated Average Inmate Population 1,750 Less Estimated Court Order 390 Less Estimated Jail Support 36 Estimated Average Inmate Population 1,324 FY 2008 Number of Days 366 Total Inmate Days 484,584 Estimated Cost Per Day $21.00 ESTIMATED FY 2008 LOCAL CONFINEMENT COST $10,176,264 20

22 FY 2008 Budget Request Medical Services FY 2008 Request $44,591,084  $1,808,040 --- Per contractual agreement with Health Assurance, LLC, the MDOC pays $5.20 per inmate per day at Walnut Grove Youthful Correctional Facility, average of 950 inmates.  $31,809,594 --- Per contractual agreement with Wexford Health Sources, Inc the MDOC pays $6.02 for the first 14,300 covered inmates and $2.77 for covered populations above 14,300.  $10,795,977 --- Estimated cost of inpatient and specialty care for inmates housed at MSP, CMCF, SMCI, external units and regional prisons as well as the cost incurred by an inmate housed in applicable private facilities after the 72 nd hour of hospital admittance. MDOC is responsible for all cost of inmates housed at the Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility upon admission to a hospital. (See Attachment D) 21

23 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Schedule of Estimated Medical Service Costs FY 2008 Attachment D Description Estimated Average Population FY 2008 Days Total Inmate Days Contract Cost per Day Estimated Cost Estimated Average Population During FY 200814,3003665,233,800$6.02$31,507,476 Estimated Average Population During FY 2008298366109,068$2.77 $302,118 Estimated Average Population Walnut Grove Facility During FY 2008 950366347,700$5.20$1,808,040 Estimated In-Patient and Specialty Care Cost During FY 2008 $10,795,977 FY 2008 TOTAL15,5485,690,568$44,413,611 Estimated FY 2008 Security Services Cost (off­site guard service) $177,473 TOTAL ESTIMATED FY 2008 MEDICAL SERVICE COSTS$44,591,084 22

24  Agricultural Programs$2,725,155  Parole Board $693,268 FY 2008 Budget Request Agricultural Programs & Parole Board 23

25 FY 2008 Budget Request SUMMARY  Support Programs $ 154,297,489  Private Facilities$ 75,547,043  Regional Facilities$ 33,225,136  Local Confinement $ 10,176,264  Medical Services $ 44,591,084  Agricultural Programs $ 2,725,155  Parole Board $ 693,268 TOTAL $ 321,255,439 24

26 MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Fiscal Year 2008 Budget Request – All Categories TOTAL BUDGET REQUEST: $321,255,439 25

27 FY 2000$ 42.35 FY 2000$ 42.35 FY 2001$ 38.34 FY 2002$ 37.88 FY 2003$ 36.79 FY 2004$ 36.73 FY 2005 $ 36.42 FY 2005 $ 36.42 Source: Joint Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review (2000-2005) 26

28 FY 2008 Budget Request Budget Request $ 321,255,439 27

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