Presentation on theme: "1 Michigan Department of Corrections Office of Community Corrections Office of Community Corrections was created pursuant to Public Act 511 of 1988,"— Presentation transcript:
1 Michigan Department of Corrections Office of Community Corrections Office of Community Corrections was created pursuant to Public Act 511 of 1988, as an autonomous agency. Executive Order No transferred the OCC to the Department of Corrections. OCC was originally established as an unit within FOA. In 2006, as part of the DOC re-organization OCC was placed under the PCDA. Recently, the Director announced that PDCA will be dissolved and OCC will be aligned within the Executive Bureau.
2 Michigan Department of Corrections Office of Community Corrections Public Act 511 of 1988, created State and local partnerships to reduce prison commitments and promote effective jail utilization through comprehensive correctional strategies.
3 State Community Corrections Board Priorities The State Community Corrections Board adopted priorities to strengthen the focus on State and local community corrections policy, practice and programming. Reduce prison admissions for: Straddle Cell Offenders Probation violators Emphasis on the use of community-based sanctions and services for straddle cell offenders. Creative use of jail time in conjunction with other community- based supervision for priority offenders.
4 Comprehensive Plans and Services 53 CCABs comprising 74 counties were awarded grants. Funds were awarded to support nearly 300 local programs and services. Probation Residential Services 53 CCABs were allocated residential services in 63 counties. Drunk Driver Jail Reduction & Community Treatment Program Grants were awarded to 40 CCABs Since the inception of the program in January 2004, the number of drunk driver offenders in programs on a monthly average has increased from 285 to 1,301 through September Community Corrections Programs FY 2010
5 Work Crews Risk/Needs Assessments Educational/Vocational programs with linkages to local school districts, mental health agencies, and Michigan Works! Outpatient substance abuse counseling Residential substance abuse treatment Intensive Supervision Drug and alcohol testing programs Electronic Monitoring for misdemeanants Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Mental health services Pretrial screening and supervision Community Corrections Program Options
6 In FY 2009, there were 43,091 offenders enrolled into community corrections funded programs. 27,228 Felons (Discharged: 85.5% Successful) 15,863 Misdemeanants (Discharged: 85.5% Successful) Community Corrections Program Utilization
7 MDOC Statistical Reports indicate that in 1989 the prison commitment rate (PCR) was 34.7% (11,825 offenders) and decreased to 25% in the mid 1990’s and remained relatively stable through During 2003, the Department placed renewed emphasis on the use of community corrections sanctions/services for specific offender populations. As a result, the rate steadily declined to 20.6% through FY In FY 2006 the rate climbed back to 21.7% as a result of some highly publicized crimes earlier in the year. In the past few years the rated has steadily declined % through FY If the PCR in 2009 was similar to the 1989 PCR (34.7%), MDOC would have had incarcerated nearly 9,000 more offenders at a cost of well over $250 million. Impact on Prison Commitments
8 Community Corrections Advisory Boards CCABs: Members appointed by the County Commission. One member shall be either a circuit court probation agent or a district court probation officer CCAB Managers: County or contractual employees which may be part-time or full-time. CCAB is responsible for developing a comprehensive plan and application that will support local and state objectives. County Board of Commissioners shall approve the proposed plan prepared by the CCAB Community Corrections Advisory Boards
9 Review annual applications and develop proposals for the State Community Corrections Board. Technical Assistance Assist counties in creating new CCABs Data analysis Assist CCABs in establishing obtaining objectives Program review Specialty Areas: Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Training in evidenced-based practices OCC Coordinator’s Role in Community Corrections
10 Community Corrections Advisory Boards Residential Services Centralized Direct contracts with providers Decreased Lapsed fund 5.8% FY 2008 to 3.8% FY 2009 Monthly Utilization Reports MDOC Website OMNI Felony Disposition Data Jail Data State Community Correction Board Meeting Minutes Legislative Reports Web Based COMPAS Case Manager OMNI Export Program enrollment Felony Disposition Data Updates in Community Corrections