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Special Committee on Crimes Against Children

Presented by:

Wisconsin Department of Corrections

November 15, 2006


Current population numbers
Current Population Numbers

  • There are approximately:

  • 22,000 offenders in Wisconsin state prisons

  • 71,000 offenders on adult community supervision (probation, parole, extended supervision)


Sex offenders in doc
Sex Offenders in DOC

  • 5,928 Sex Offenders are Incarcerated

  • 7,380 Sex Offenders on Active Community Supervision


Supervision strategies for sex offenders
Supervision Strategies for Sex Offenders

When developing an offender’s case plan, field staff address the risks and needs in terms of placement in the community by:

  • Identifyingspecificoffensepatterns

  • Identifying thetriggersof the offense patterns


To assess risk and needs we look at
To assess risk and needs we look at:

  • Nature of offense, criminal record, and previous adjustment to community supervision

    • assaultive/ threatening behavior

    • history/ patterns of abuse

    • vulnerability of victims (children, disabled)

    • AODA needs

  • If previously confined, Institutional Adjustment

    • status of programs recommended by A&E

      • SOT Level- Deniers up to SOTP

      • Level of minimization or denial

    • conduct reports

    • clinical monitoring and social service reports


Active case supervision
Active Case Supervision

  • Initial Phase/Intake Period

    Intensive Level of Supervision for at least the first 60 Days.

  • Establish initial rules of Supervision

  • Standard Rules of Community Supervision

  • Standard Sex Offender Rules


Active case supervision continued
Active Case Supervisioncontinued

Sex Offender Intake Checklist

  • Residence Assessment

  • Employment Evaluation

  • Risk Assessment Tools

    • Static-99

    • RRASOR

      Progression on supervision is determined using the Containment Approach:

  • Treatment Provider

  • Polygraph Examiner

  • Agent


Additional sex offender management tools
Additional Sex Offender Management Tools

  • Post-Conviction Sex Offense Polygraphs

    • Monitoring

    • Maintenance

    • Instant Offense

    • Sexual History

  • Pharmacological Treatment of Sex Offenders


Policies procedures
Policies/Procedures

  • All SBN sex offenders return to the county of conviction

  • Sex Offender Residence Assessment Form

  • EMP for all SBN offenders released from prison

  • GPS for all ch. 980 offenders on supervised release


Wisconsin sex offender registrants
WISCONSIN SEX OFFENDER REGISTRANTS

  • TOTAL: 18,913

    • in Wisconsin Prison System

      • 5,487

    • on Active Community Supervision

      • 5,054

    • Terminated from Active Community Supervision

      • 8,372


Information
INFORMATION

  • Demographics

  • Residence Employment School Volunteering

  • Photographs

  • Fingerprints


Length of registration
LENGTH OF REGISTRATION

  • LIFE

  • 15 YEARS


Noncompliance
Noncompliance

  • Registrants must respond to ALL letters sent to them by SORP.


Safe initiative
SAFE Initiative

  • Telephone Tip Line

  • Email Tip Address

  • SAFE Task Force

  • SAFE Team


Safe initiative1
SAFE Initiative

  • Exact addresses on the public access registry displayed 12/01/05


Safe initiative2
SAFE Initiative

Initiative Enhancements

MAY 2006

  • Most Wanted List

  • Midwest Summit

    OCTOBER 2006

  • Web site enhancements


New laws
New Laws

  • WI Act 430~ Jessica’s Law

  • WI Act 431

    • Effective July 1, 2007


Federal legislation
Federal Legislation

  • Adam Walsh Child Protection Law

  • One National Registry

  • 3 years to implement


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