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1 Justice ReinvestmentHB 3194
Oregon Criminal Justice Commission October 15, 2013

2 Traveling around Oregon

3 How does it work? Money not spent on increased prison costs
Sentencing Changes + Reduction in Recidivism = Increased Public Safety & Decreased Prison Growth Money not spent on increased prison costs is invested in local community public safety

4 Sentencing Changes Marijuana Driving While Suspended
Robbery in the Third & Identity Theft Judicial Discretion on Drug Delivery/Manu. Transition Leave

5 Size of Impacts

6 Transition Leave Increase from maximum of 30 days to 90 days
Approximately 2,500 inmates statutorily eligible per year DOC & County identify best candidates Applies to those sentenced after 8/1/13 HB 3194 prison usage projections assume that 50% of those eligible will receive Short Term Trans Leave (STTL) Largest impact in bill

7 Forecast Slide 7/1/2015: 14,251 Population

8 Justice Reinvestment Account
Target of Account Counties assess offenders (front end); AND Resources for community based: Sanctions Services Programs Goals of Account Reduce recidivism Protect Public Safety Control DOC state prison growth

9 How Do We Make sure it’s Working?
Regional Implementation Councils (RICs) NW/Coastal: 13% of prison intake volume Central/Eastern: 11% of prison intake volume Metro: 62% of prison intake volume SouthWest: 14% of prison intake volume

10 What will happen at the RIC meeting?
The RIC creates a feedback loop that will allow county/state collaboration and sharing of information and data as we implement HB 3194. The CJC will deliver Prison bed usage data on monthly basis broken down by region and by county Participating members will discuss what is happening in their counties and what is working and not working.

11 How do we participate in the RIC?
Every county LPSCC needs to nominate and send at least 1 representative to their RIC to bring back information to the rest of the LPSCC the contact information of your nominee(s) to who will schedule the first meeting based on schedules (which will also be web accessible) First Meeting will be the week of November the 11th or the 18th depending on the availability of the members.

12 What will the CJC feedback look like?

13 Why use the LPSCC? In the next biennium, beginning on July , “an application for a grant described in this section must be submitted by a local public safety coordinating council…”

14 What are the rules going to be for applying for funds next biennium?
The Criminal Justice Commission in consultation with the Justice Reinvestment Grant Review Committee shall adopt rules to administer the Justice reinvestment funds. The rules must include: A method for reviewing and approving grant applications in the next biennium; A process for evaluating the programs funded by the Justice reinvestment fund; Counties shall use the money to assess offenders; AND Provide a continuum of community based sanctions, services and programs that are designed to reduce recidivism, decrease reliance on prison, and hold offenders accountable.

15 Who is on the grant review committee? Meeting Date: 10/21*
Senator Floyd Prozanski Senator Jackie Winters Representative Jennifer Williamson Representative Wayne Krieger Clackamas County Commissioner Jim Bernard Lane County District Attorney Alex Gardner Klamath County Community Corrections Kiki Parker Bend Chief of Police Jeff Sale Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton *Organizational meeting – if you’d like to be on the meeting notification list

16 What does the Task Force on Public Safety do?
Review the implementation of HB 3194; Choose a Cost Benefit Tool with CJC; Evaluate the Department of Corrections report on cost savings; Submit a report to the legislature and the Governor; Consider the policy implications of establishing an earned conditional release for juvenile offenders;

17 Who is on the Public Safety Task Force? Meeting Date: 10/30*
Senator Floyd Prozanski Senator Jackie Winters Representative Chris Garrett Representative Andy Olson The Honorable Richard Barron – Coos County The Honorable Julie Frantz – Multnomah County Benton County Commissioner Jay Dixon Washington County District Attorney Bob Hermann Metropolitan Public Defenders Executive Director Lane Borg Marion County Sheriff Jason Myers Keizer Police Chief John Teague Multnomah County Department of Community Justice Director Scott Taylor Director of Crime Victims United Steve Doell *Organizational meeting – if you’d like to be on the meeting notification list

18 Yamhill County Yamhill County has been piloting a “Case Analysis” process for several months.  Includes assessment prior to sentencing for the purpose of condition setting Given HB 3194 and the Justice Reinvestment Program, we’re shifting our target group of offenders and purpose towards prison utilization Target population is presumptive prison defendants, excluding Measure 11  and sex offense cases Will conduct a battery of assessments including the PSC, LSCMI, URICA motivation assessment and TCU substance abuse screen  Results summarized, resulting in a recommendation that the person can be safely managed in the community…or NOT. Conditions of supervision recommended on all cases in the event that they are sentenced to probation 6% reduction in prison utilization in Yamhill County equals 285 prison months.  Potential prison savings:  $786,600 per year. Yamhill County share of JRP funds:  $172,00 per year.

19 Yamhill County

20 Yamhill County

21 Marion County Marion County SB416 Program initiated on through a grant awarded by the Criminal Justice Commission the SB416 project is a Court / DA / Sheriff collaboration to assess non-violent property and drug offenders pre-trial who otherwise have historically gone to prison. Justice Reinvestment monies includes funding for DA, PO, Jail (5 sanction beds) and support (Treatment) to address specific criminogenic needs and enhance motivation to change.

22 Marion County One year later:
53 offenders assessed as good candidates and entered into SB 416 Supervision program. 12 offenders have been revoked for technical violations and/or new charges and sentenced to prison. 41 offenders remain in the program in the community.  9 offenders successfully completed Bridgeway's treatment program. 24 offenders are participating in Bridgeway's treatment program and not completed.  8 pending treatment placement

23 Oregon District Attorneys Association
Doug Harcleroad

24 Cost benefit analysis HB 3194 amends SB 267 and asks CJC to work with the Public Safety Task Force to identify a cost benefit tool. CJC uses a cost benefit tool modeled after the Washington State Institute for Public Policy work. Cost benefit analysis is the capacity to assess system costs, determine avoided costs and derive a benefit to taxpayers and victims demonstrated as a ratio. Cost benefit analysis was integral to securing funding from the Oregon Legislature to fund Drug Court programs. Results First Initiative works with states to implement an innovative cost-benefit analysis approach that helps them invest in policies and programs that are proven to work. States are selected for participation in Results First based on several factors. One is a commitment to making evidence-based policy decisions. Another is the ability to provide the data needed to operate the cost-benefit analysis model. A third is a willingness to dedicate resources to the effort, including staff with data, statistical-analysis, and fiscal-analysis skills.

25 Justice Reinvestment Grant Program (JRPG)Funds
HB 3194 sections establish the program Formula disbursement is $15 million No formal prison targets this biennium CJC & JRGP Review Committee consult and develops rules for program $5 million more in Feb 2014 if state revenue up

26 How does my county get the JRI money in 2013?
A letter of intent to participate is required form the County. To help with this, the CJC developed a uniform participation letter. We have received 12 to date. Additional information can accompany your letter that identifies planned use of funds – not required, but is appreciated. The funds have been allocated to CJC and will be distributed upon receipt of your letter. CJC estimates it will take 7-10 days to arrive.

27 How does my County get JRI money next biennium?
October 1, 2013 forecast reduction in beds is realized & Legislature appropriates savings to CJC Counties will provide an application for their proportion of the funds in accordance with the baseline formula. After an application is approved by the Grant Review Committee, the CJC Commissioners will award according to the rules established. If there are unallocated funds, a supplemental grant period will be used to distribute unallocated funds.

28 2013 JRI Distribution

29 Questions? Craig Prins – CJC Director
Mike Schmidt – Justice Reinvestment Liaison Paul Egbert – Grants Program Manager

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