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Planning for Re-alignment in San Diego. October 20, 2011. Chief Mack Jenkins San Diego Probation Department. Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation. EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE Strategic Planning.

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Planning for re alignment in san diego

Planning for Re-alignment in San Diego

October 20, 2011

Chief Mack Jenkins

San Diego Probation Department

Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation


Evidence based practice strategic planning

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE Strategic Planning

  • Representation from across the organization

  • Reviewed all relevant processes to

    • Improve efficiency

    • Reduce recidivism


Planning for re alignment in san diego

STRATEGIC PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EVIDENCE BASED PROGRAMS: SAN DIEGO COUNTY PROBATION

Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation


Sb 678 plan

SB 678 PLAN

  • San Diego County Probation Leadership Academy

    • In-depth training for Adult Field Services directors and supervisors

    • Enhance leadership skills to integrate evidence-based practices

  • Increase Accountability of High-Risk Probationers

    • Administrative incentive and sanctions continuum

    • Integrated Behavioral Intervention Strategies (IBIS)


  • Planning for re alignment in san diego

    SB 678 PLAN

    • Enhanced Comprehensive Services

      • Services available to address criminogenic needs

        • Substance abuse treatment

        • Cognitive Behavioral interventions

        • Vocational/Educational

        • Health/Mental Health services

  • Evaluate the Impact of the SB 678 Plan

    • Impact of high risk supervision model on recidivism

    • Impact of SB 678 plan on criminal justice system costs


  • San diego county probation supervision model

    • ADVOCACY

    • Working with and on behalf of probationers to obtain services and resources

    • Increase probationer’s belief in the ability to succeed

    • ASSESSMENT

    • Use empirical assessment tool

    • Assign to a supervision level by risk

    • Understand criminogenic needs

    • MONITORING

    • Provide incentives

    • Apply swift and certain sanctions

    • Acknowledge relapse triggers

    • Revise case plan as needed

    • PLANNING

    • Ensure plan is comprehensive, ongoing and dynamic

    • Include probationer

    • Pay attention to stage of change

    • LINKING

    • Make appropriate referrals

    • Use Community Resource Directory

    • Engage community supports

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY PROBATION SUPERVISION MODEL

    Supervise Probationers to Reduce Recidivism using

    Integrated Behavioral Intervention Strategies (IBIS) and Case Management

    • Motivational Interviewing

    • Collaborative style of conversation to strengthen a person’s own motivation to change

    • Brief

    • Complementary with other tools

    • Cognitive Behavioral

    • Thinking affects behavior

    • Antisocial and unproductive thinking causes antisocial and unproductive behavior

    • Thinking can be influenced

    • We can change how we feel and behave by changing how we think

    • Incentives and Sanctions

    • Swift, certain and consistent

    • Administrative, not adversarial

    • Proportionate to behavior and risk level


    San diego county realignment goals

    San Diego County Realignment Goals

    • Efficiently use jail capacity

    •  Incorporate reentry principles into in-custody programming

    • Incorporate evidence-based practices into supervision and case management of Post Release Offenders; encourage judges to use evidence-based practices in sentencing


    San diego county plan components

    San Diego County Plan Components

    1.Enhance Pre-Trial Processes to More Effectively Utilize Current Jail Capacity

    2.Improve and Streamline Felony Settlement

    3.Encourage the use of Evidence-Based Practices into Sentencing for Felony Offenders

    4.Employ Alternative Custody Options and In-custody Programming

    5.Provide Evidence-Based Supervision and Intervention Services for Post Release Offenders


    Component 1 enhance pre trial processes to more effectively utilize current jail capacity

    Component 1 - Enhance Pre-Trial Processes to More Effectively Utilize Current Jail Capacity

    • Strategies:

      • Request the Court to consider modifying bail schedules

      • Use home detention and electronic monitoring

      • Use Work Furlough for eligible pre-trial inmates

      • Use of residential treatment beds in lieu of pre-trial custody


    Component 2 improve and streamline felony settlement

    Component 2 - Improve and Streamline Felony Settlement

    • Strategies:

      • Conduct assessments to identify opportunities for early case disposition

      • Reduce the number of hearings for low-risk offenders

      • Expand the use of existing Collaborative Courts

      • Train staff on evidence-based risk assessments

      • Expedite Proposition 36 Diversion and Deferred Entry of Judgment cases


    Component 3 encourage the use of evidence based practices in sentencing for felony offenders

    Component 3 - Encourage the Use of Evidence-Based Practices in Sentencing for Felony Offenders

    • Provide actuarial risk assessment information to all sentencing judges and to the attorneys

  • Sentencing parties would advocate to judges:

    • Utilizing actuarial assessments

    • Existing Court Rules

    • New legislative provisions

    • Trainings

  • Sentencing options for the Judge:  

    • Felony Probation to the Court

    • Formal Probation

    • Split Sentencing and Mandatory Supervision

    • Full Sentencing

    • State Prison


  • Component 4 employ alternative custody options and in custody programming

    Component 4 - Employ Alternative Custody Options and In-Custody Programming

    • Strategies:

      • Use of alternatives to custody

        • Work Release/Work Projects / Work Furlough

        • Home confinement/electronic monitoring

        • GPS supervision

        • Sheriff and Probation to explore work and fire camp options

      • Expand in-custody treatment programming


    Planning for re alignment in san diego

    Component 5 - Provide Evidence-Based Supervision and Intervention Services for Post Release Offenders (PROs)

    • Strategies

      • Employ Evidence-Based Practices

      • Risk Based Case Planning and Supervision

      • A Balanced Approach of Incentives and Sanctions

        • Intermediate Sanctions

        • Community based re-entry services

      • Co-locate Post Release Probation Officers within various police agency offices throughout the County


    Service priorities under local supervision

    SERVICE PRIORITIES UNDER LOCAL SUPERVISION

    • Create Day Reporting Centers

    • Drug Treatment

      • Residential

      • Outpatient

      • Sober Living/Housing

      • Detox Beds

    • Mental Health Treatment

    • Medical/Dental

    • Employment

      • Vocational training and placement

      • Transitional jobs

    • Cognitive Behavioral Treatment

    • Literacy/Education

    • Stabilization Assistance

      • Work tools, interview clothing, SSI card, bus passes, clothing, groceries, haircuts

    • Housing


    Performance measures

    PERFORMANCE MEASURES

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation

    Ensure that 70% of juvenile probationers will complete their probation without being convicted of a new crime

    Ensure that 60% of adult probationers will complete their probation without being convicted of a new crime


    Adult recidivism rate 2008 2011

    Adult Recidivism Rate2008 - 2011

    Year


    Performance measures1

    PERFORMANCE MEASURES

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountabilityand rehabilitation

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation

    Conduct 5,000 searches of homes of adult and juvenile probationers to ensure that they are not in possession of illegal contraband such as weapons, drugs, child pornography and/or gang related paraphernalia

    Contact 95% of available victims and inform them of their right to restitution and a victim impact statement


    Performance measures2

    PERFORMANCE MEASURES

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation

    Protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims, through offender accountability and rehabilitation

    Increase percent of youth in custody over the age of 16 who receive employment readiness services from 73% to 75%

    Increase the percent of youth assessed to have substance abuse needs who receive substance abuse services from 77% to 80%


    Performance measures and outcomes

    Performance Measures and Outcomes

    • Recidivism

      • Post Release Offenders

      • N3s

    • Use of Jail Space

      • Length of stay for various populations

    • Amount and type of in custody programming

    • Use of risk / need assessment in sentencing, supervision and case management


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