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Realignment Supervision Trends. ACJR Conference October 2013 Kevin O’Connell Chief Probation Officers of California. California Counties supervise ~410,000 people after realignment . -3%. County. State. -50%. +0%. Trends in county level sentencing have stayed fairly flat.

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Realignment supervision trends

Realignment Supervision Trends

ACJR Conference October 2013

Kevin O’Connell

Chief Probation Officers of California


California counties supervise 410 000 people after realignment
California Counties supervise ~410,000 people after realignment

-3%

County

State

-50%

+0%




Diversity in sentencing practices has resulted in varying levels of split sentences
Diversity in sentencing practices has sentencing increasing slightlyresulted in varying levels of split sentences

58 counties split sentence %, through March 2013


40,000 offenders being supervised under realignment between PRCS and Mandatory Supervision by probation


Per 100 000 people where are realigned people going
Per 100,000 people, PRCS and Mandatory Supervision by probationwhere are realigned people going?

Darker colors have more realigned people on PRCS or MS than others


Early data collection points to more areas for study and research
Early data collection points to more areas for study and research

Effectiveness of service and treatment referrals based on risk responsivity

Use and efficacy of graduated sanctions such as flash incarceration

Types of recidivism and time to new criminal event

A natural experiment between those given straight time and split sentences

Implementation Implementation Implementation


Where to go for data
Where to go for data research

www.cpoc.org


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