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Missouri Re-Entry Program Analysis of offender release factors from 2005 to 2011 and selected demographics Boone County 2007 - 2011. Prepared for Boone County Offender Transition Network. Art Schneider Human Development/Family Studies Specialist University of Missouri. The report analyzes :

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Missouri Re-Entry ProgramAnalysis of offender release factors from 2005 to 2011and selected demographics Boone County 2007 - 2011

Prepared for Boone County Offender Transition Network

Art Schneider

Human Development/Family Studies Specialist

University of Missouri


The report analyzes :

Nine Factors that have a significant impact

on reducing recidivism

Seven demographic characteristics of those

released


Nine factors that have a significant impact on reducing recidivism in missouri 2005 2011
Nine Factors that have a significant impact on reducing recidivism in Missouri 2005-2011


Offenders with and without a high school diploma or GED

Statewide for 2005-2011

%

OFFENDERS RELEASED

40,556 High School/GED

26,115 No GED

66.671Total

%

% Difference Recidivism

-3.9

-6.7

-8.6

-9.2


Offenders with and without a high school diploma or GED

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County

Offenders released:

956 with H.S. GED

590 without H.S. GED

1,546 Total


Vocational Skills –Offenders released as skilled, unskilled

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders Released:

31,613 Skilled (V1-V2)

35,058 Unskilled V3-V5

66.671 Total

% Difference Recidivism

-4.3

-7.8

-9.6

-10.6

Skilled as measured by a score of 1 or 2 on DOC vocational classification: Vocationally trained or skilled with a stable employment history


Vocational Skills –Offenders released as skilled, unskilled

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County

Offenders released

684 skilled

862 unskilled

1,246 Total


Offenders who completed or did not complete Core Re-entry Program

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders Released

12,390 Completed

103,588 Did not complete

% Difference recidivism

-7.1

-6.7

-4.6

-3.4


Offenders who completed or did not complete Core Re-entry Program

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County Offenders Released

231 Completed

1.315 Did not complete

1.546 Total


Offenders with and without mental illness Program

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders released

54,700 Healthy/Minor Impairment

11,971 Mentally Ill

% Difference recidivism

-3.2

-4.0

-3.2

-2.2


Offenders with and without mental illness Program

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County offenders released

1,287 Not Mentally Ill

259 Mentally ill


Offenders with and without substance abuse Program

Statewide for 2005-2011

Measured by DOC SACA (Substance Abuse Classification Instrument).

A score of 3 to 5 indicates the offender requires either a community

or institutional drug treatment program.

Offenders released

7,473 No abuse

11,419 Occasional abuse

111,902 Substance abuse

% Difference recidivism

-5.6

-9.6

-14.1

-14.5


Offenders with and without substance abuse Program

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County offenders released

230 No substance abuse

1,316 Substance abuse


Offenders successfully completing a 4 month, 6 month or 12 month drug

institutional treatment program.

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders released

30,712 Institutional Treatment

67,578 No institutional treatment

% Difference recidivism

-6.2

-7.1

-5.9

-4.9


Offenders successfully completing a 4 month, 6 month or 12 month drug

institutional treatment program.

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County Offenders released

243 Treatment Program

550 No treatment or failed program


Offenders Full-time employed, part-time, unemployed month drug

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders released

2,495 Employed full-time

13,715 Employed Part-time

44.917 Unemployed

% Difference recidivism

-6.9

-13

-15.5

-15.8


Offenders Full-time employed, part-time, unemployed month drug

Statewide for 2005-2011

Generated below state numbers from the state percentages.


Offenders Full-time employed, part-time, unemployed month drug

Boone County for 2005-2011

Boone County offenders released

404 Employed

1145 Unemployed


Offenders who avoid or do not avoid drug month drug

or alcohol use while under supervision

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders released

51,272 No substance abuse

4,130 Substance abuse last six months

5,726 Active substance abuse

% Difference recidivism

-13.8

-19.7

-21.2

-19.8


Offenders who avoid or do not avoid drug month drug

or alcohol use while under supervision

Boone County for 2005-2011

Offenders released

1.398 No abuse

151 Active abuse


Offenders under supervision with social problems requiring month drug

intervention of probation and parole officer

Statewide for 2005-2011

Offenders released

2,486 No social problems

18,637 Social problems last six months

40,004 Active social problems

Social problems include

domestic relations, finance,

medical and mental health

issues

% Difference recidivism

-1.6

-4.7

-6.2

-6.1


Offenders under supervision with social problems requiring month drug

intervention of probation and parole officer

Boone County for 2005-2011

Offenders released

813 No social problems

736 Active social problems

Social problems include domestic relations, finance, medical and mental health issues


Seven demographic characteristics of Offenders released and supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


Number of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


2011 Gender and Race of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


Age of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole

3 YEARS

4 YEARS

5 YEARS

5 YEARS

10 YEARS

10 YEARS


Release by most serious offense supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


Release by high school diploma/GED, supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole

trained and skilled, with substance abuse,

and mental health


Status of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


Recidivism after two years for state supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole

and Cooper County 2005-2009

Number of offenders released


Number of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


Number of offenders released supervised by Boone County Probation and Parole


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