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Muskie School of Public Service Analysis of Sentences and Probation Conditions of MDOC clients 2004-2007 October 30, 2007 Mark Rubin, Research Associate.

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1 Muskie School of Public Service Analysis of Sentences and Probation Conditions of MDOC clients October 30, 2007 Mark Rubin, Research Associate

2 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Data Data of Prison inmates on 10/15/2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 (snapshots) All sentences (including suspended/unsuspended portion) issued to MDOC clients from Jan. 1, 2004 to October, All probation conditions of clients Jan. 1, 2004 to October 2007

3 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Adult Facilities/Prison Demographics Analysis

4 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Prison Population on 10/15/2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

5 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Prison Population by Type of Court Action

6 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Class of Crime in Adult Facilities (10/15/2007)

7 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Top Ten Controlling Sentences in Adult Facilities 10/15/2007 CrimesInmates GROSS SEXUAL ASSAULT A197 BURGLARY B183 MURDER M182 UNLAWFUL TRAFFICKING IN SCHEDULED DRUGS B149 ROBBERY A129 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT B106 THEFT BY UNAUTHORIZED TAKING OR TRANSFER C83 BURGLARY C60 ASSAULT C59 THEFT BY UNAUTHORIZED TAKING OR TRANSFER B56

8 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Sentence Length Almost two thirds of the prison population (10/15/2007) have a sentence of 3 years or less.

9 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Analysis of sentences resulting in DOC supervision (Adult Facilities or Probation)

10 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation DOC supervision sentences 1. Straight prison 2. Prison/probation 3. Jail/probation 4. Straight Probation

11 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean length of underlying sentence for 1 count disposition

12 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean length of unsuspended (custody) time for 1 count sentences

13 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean suspended percent for 1 count sentences

14 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean length of probation

15 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Controlling Sentence of DOC clients Most common offense leading to DOC supervision between OffenseNumberPercent ASSAULT/THREATENING THEFT DRUGS BURGLARY OUI TRAFFIC CRIMINAL SEX OFFENSES6584.0

16 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Sentencing Analysis of Four crimes 1. OUI 2. Theft 3. Burglary 4. Drugs

17 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Underlying Sentence (OUI)

18 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Underlying Sentence (Theft)

19 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Underlying Sentence (Burglary)

20 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Underlying Sentence (Drugs)

21 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Unsuspended Time (OUI)

22 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Unsuspended Time (Theft)

23 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Unsuspended Time (Burglary)

24 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Unsuspended Time (Drugs)

25 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Probation Time (OUI)

26 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Probation Time (Theft)

27 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Probation Time (Burglary)

28 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Mean Probation Time (Drugs)

29 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Analysis of Probation Conditions and Revocations

30 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Active Probation Population on 10/15/2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

31 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Revocations to Prison In 2007, revocation serve days have increased by 56 days from previous year.

32 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Standard probation conditions 1)No new criminal acts, 2)Report as directed, 3)No excessive alcohol, 4)No unlawful drug use, 5)Seek and maintain employment, 6)Devote to an employment /education program, 7)Answer all Questions, 8)Permit visit, 9)Agree to waive extradition, 10)Provide DNA sample as directed, 11)Identify as a probationer, 12)Obtain permission before change of address, 13)Obtain permission before change of employment, 14)Not to leave State without permission, 15)Notify of Police Contact

33 Muskie School of Public Service Institute for Public Sector Innovation Most common special probation conditions No alcohol78.7% Pay supervision fee73.5% Search and test for alcohol and drugs59.6% No contact of any kind (specify)50.9% Counseling - Substance Abuse42.0% Pay Restitution36.9% No drugs (illegal or misuse of prescription drugs)32.4% Not to own/possess any firearms or dangerous weapons29.2% Counseling – substance abuse (out patient)24.4% Evaluation – substance abuse26.4%


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