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1 NYS Probation Officers Association Conference 2012 Patti Donohue Community Corrections Representative NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services Office of Probation and Correctional Alternatives OFFICE OF PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES DCJS Office of Probation and Correctional Alternatives

2 “Effectively Managing Juveniles in their own Communities” The Juvenile Risk Intervention Services Coordination (JRISC) Model 2

3 Managing HIGH Risk Youth on Probation Manage CURRENT offense situation =risk management Manage FUTURE re-offending =risk reduction 3

4 What is required?  Enhanced supervision approach AND……….  Effective intervention/s 4

5 How can it be done? Intake/Diversion o Probation Supervision  PINS or JD cases  Adolescent Diversion Projects  JO’s or YO’s also 5

6 How can it be done? Can be one dedicated PO caseload OR Can be specifically identified cases spread over various PO caseloads 6

7 How can it be done? Assessment-to plan Case planning-to implement plan Reassessment-to measure impact of plan 7

8 Current JRISC Projects in NYS County Evidence Based Intervention Dutchess Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Monroe FFT and Multi-systemic Therapy (MST) Niagara Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) and MST Onondaga MST Orange Strengthening Families (SF) and Aggression Replacement Therapy (ART) Oswego FFT Schenectady FFT and ART 8

9 Impact of JRISC Approach statewide high risk youth entered JRISC, 30 completed within that calendar year, and 21 of those cases closed successfully with measurable reductions in their risk of recidivism high risk youth entered JRISC, 204 youth completed within that calendar year, and 133 of those cases closed successfully with measurable reductions in their risk of recidivism high risk youth entered JRISC, 202 completed within the calendar year, and 155 of those cases closed successfully with measurable reductions in their risk of recidivism high risk youth entered JRISC, 158 completed within the calendar year, and 120 of those cases closed successfully with measurable reductions in their risk of recidivism. 9

10 Dutchess County JRISC Cathy Lane, Deputy Director 10

11 JRISC TEAM DUTCHESS COUNTY

12 JRISC Functional Family Therapy 1 full time FFT therapist 3 part time FFT therapists JRISC Team: 1 full time FFT therapist 1 dedicated probation officer 1 dedicated case manager aide

13 Referrals Referrals originate from: Intake Disposition Administrative Review Violation of Probation Eligibility: JD or PINS Must score high risk on the YASI in three out of four domains: Family Community/Peers Skills Attitudes/Behavior

14 JRISC OUTCOMES JRISC 2011 Summary Milestone 1 Number of youth entering JRISC and EBP Milestone 2 Number of youth retained in EBP (at 25, 50, and 75% stages of program) Milestone 3 Number of youth completing EBP Milestone 4 Number of youth with reduced risk level upon completion of EBP (per YASI reassessment) Rate of completion (#of youth completing EBP divided by # of youth entering) Rate of reduced risk level (# of youth completing with reduced risk divided by # of youth completing EBP) 1.Dutchess County Goal: 50 Actual: 44 Goal: 40 Actual: 37 Goal: 38 Actual: 22 Goal: 19 Actual: 16 50%73% JRISC 2010 Summary Milestone 1 Number of youth entering JRISC and EBP Milestone 2 Number of youth retained in EBP Milestone 3 Number of youth completing EBP Milestone 4 Number of youth with reduced risk level upon completion of EBP Rate of completion (#of youth completing EBP in 2010 divided by # of youth entering) Rate of reduced risk level (# of youth completing with reduced risk divided by # of youth completing EBP) 1.Dutchess County Goal: 50 Actual: 48 Goal: 40 Actual: 46 Goal: 38 Actual: 26 Goal: 25 Actual: 21 54%81%

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16 What can you do without funding? Develop collaborations with community agencies:  Literacy Volunteers  Treatment Providers  Universities

17 Examples of Collaborations  Co-locate services (Dutchess County Probation Office is a licensed satellite office to Astor Clinic)  Train Officers in therapy modality being used.  Joint supervision on cases.  Use of other collaborations to enhance pro- social activities

18 Other Strategies Fund raising with youth for wrap around funds to be used for pro-social activities. Collaborations with universities: Interns Research

19 Co-Operative Extension Collaboration Participants learned how to grow vegetables, how to prepare healthy foods at low cost, and how to shop for food using coupons and sale items

20 Questions? Patti Donohue DCJS OPCA 20


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