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Criminal Justice Budget Presentation October 24, 2007

This presentation outlines the success of Operation IMPACT in reducing crime rates and promoting offender re-entry support. It highlights the importance of law enforcement partnerships, integrated technology, and timely crime data. The presentation also details strategies to expand crime analysis and intelligence capabilities, develop community partnerships, and reduce recidivism through offender re-entry programs.

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Criminal Justice Budget Presentation October 24, 2007

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  1. Criminal Justice Budget Presentation October 24, 2007

  2. Crime Reduction Through Operation IMPACT Reduce Recidivism Through Offender Re-entry Support Law Enforcement Through Integrated Technology Criminal Justice Priority Programs

  3. New York State Index Crime Reported Crime Down (-48%) Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting System (10/12/07)

  4. New York State Safest Large State in 2006

  5. New York State 5th Safest of All States in 2006

  6. NYC vs. Non-NYCPercent of Statewide Crime 1994 1999 2006 Non-New New York York City, Non-New New York City, 43% Non-New York City, New York City, 50% 42% York City, 50% City, 58% 57% Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting system (as of 10/12/07)

  7. Operation IMPACT • Goal: to reduce violent crime and gun-related crime • 17 participating counties outside NYC account for 80% of non-NYC crime

  8. Develop Local Law Enforcement Framework to Fight and Prevent Crime Law Enforcement Partnerships Intelligence Development and Shared Information Timely, Accurate Crime Data and Crime Analysis Operation IMPACT Model Community Partnerships

  9. 2006 IMPACT County Index Crime Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting System

  10. Violent/Gun Crime Increased in 17 Primary IMPACT Jurisdictions Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting System

  11. 2006 Shooting Incidents Involving Injury - 17 IMPACT PD’s (N=896)74% of Incidents Were Reported by 4 Departments Source: IMPACT Monthly Reports

  12. Operation IMPACTState Agency Partners • Division of Criminal Justice Services • New York State Police • Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives • Division of Parole • State Liquor Authority • Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence • Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination

  13. Operation IMPACT Strategies

  14. Expand Local Crime Analysis and Intelligence Capabilities • Funding for Crime Analysts and Field Intelligence Officers (FIO’s) • Funding for Software and Technology • Funding for Academic Research Partners • Crime Analyst and FIO Training • Development of Crime Analysis Centers

  15. Expand Local Crime Analysis and Intelligence Capabilities (cont.) • Expand CompSTAT Model • DCJS Technical Assistance Team Working with IMPACT Partners • Monthly Crime Trends Meetings • IMPACT Crime Summit (4/07)

  16. Intelligence-led Enforcement Strategies • Targeted Firearm Reduction Strategies • Directed Patrols Based on Analysis • Multi-agency Warrant Initiatives • Home Visits with Parole and Probation Officers • Joint Patrols with State Police

  17. Expand Community Partnerships • Youth Violence Reduction Programs • Project INSPYRE (Innovative Neighborhood-based Strategies to Promote Youth Redirection and Empowerment) • Funding for IMPACT Community Partners • Statewide Youth Violence Reduction Conference (2/08)

  18. Operation IMPACT IV Awards(In Thousands)

  19. Operation IMPACT Performance Measures

  20. Operation IMPACT Crimestat Reports • Data is submitted by IMPACT partners each month (contract requirement). • Compiled and immediately shared back to all IMPACT partners • Data for each jurisdiction as well as IMPACT summary provided to all partners • Crime, violent crime, and firearm activity measures are key

  21. IMPACT Monthly Report Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting System

  22. IMPACT Violent Crime Violent Crime is Down (-11%)

  23. IMPACT Monthly ReportViolent Crime by Firearm Source: Uniform Crime/Incident Based Reporting System

  24. IMPACT Violent Crime Involving a Firearm Down (-17%)

  25. IMPACT Monthly ReportShooting Incidents Source: IMPACT Monthly Reports

  26. IMPACT Shooting Incidents Involving InjuryDown (-15%)

  27. Reducing Recidivism Through Offender Re-entry

  28. Re-entry Population State Prison Under Custody63,000 First Release 16,000 Re-Release 8,000 Total Releases from Prison 24,000 Release data: 2006 Custody/Supervision data: 2007 (9/07) Source: DOCS

  29. Transition from Prison to the Community Initiative New York is one of eight states participating in the Transition from Prison to Community Initiative (TPCI) developed by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC). • Coordinate State Re-entry Effort • Support Local Re-entry Effort

  30. Statewide Re-entry Task Force • Vision: “…a safer New York resulting from the successful transition of offenders from prison to living law abiding lives in their communities.”

  31. Statewide Re-entry Task Force • 15 Participating Agencies: DOCS DPCA Health Substance Abuse Labor OCFS Budget Mental Health DCJS OMRDD Housing Domestic Violence Parole NYC DOC OTDA

  32. Re-entry Task Force Subcommittees • Statewide Risk and Needs Instrument • Transition Planning • Graduated Sanctions/Re-entry Courts • Community Re-entry Services • Medicaid Eligibility

  33. County Re-entry Task Force Initiative Local communities play a critical role in successful reintegration and are essential partners Program requirements: • Establish county re-entry task force • Designate full-time re-entry Coordinator • Coordinate services for high risk offenders

  34. Local Re-entry Task Force Counties Oneida Niagara Monroe Erie Rensselaer Onondaga Dutchess Westchester Orange Rockland Suffolk Nassau

  35. New York State DCJS Re-entry Program Funding

  36. 62% of Parolees Outside of NYC Live in Task Force Counties Source: Division of Parole

  37. New York City Re-entry Initiatives • Brooklyn DA, Comalert $500,000 • Harlem Re-entry Court $100,000 • Prisoner Re-entry Initiative $815,500 - Queensboro and Rikers - Employment Services

  38. 90 day pre-release program for offenders returning to Erie County Orleans Pilot Re-entry Project • Transitional program supported by DOCS, Parole, and OASAS • Inmates meet parole officers, social workers and employment counselors prior to release • Address employment, housing and family re-unification issues

  39. Re-entry Open Meeting - May 2007 • Jointly chaired by Parole, DOCS, DCJS, DPCA • 150 Not For Profit Organizations Attended • 35 Testified on: • - Housing • - Cognitive Programs • - Benefit Coordination • - Family/Children Impact • - Risk/Needs Tool • - Pre-release Not for Profit Service Involvement • Statewide Re-entry Task Force Studying Recommendations

  40. Offender Re-entry Performance Indicators

  41. Performance Measures forRe-entry Include: • Documentation Upon Release • Completion of Transitional Programs • Employment Rates • Number of Parolees in Shelter System • Returns to Prison After Release (Recidivism)

  42. Social Security Number * January – August 2007 Source: DOCS

  43. Birth Certificates * January – August 2007 Source: DOCS

  44. Transitional Services Programming * January – August 2007 Source: DOCS

  45. Percent of Offenders Returned to Prison for a New Felony Conviction within 2 Years of Release Percent of Offenders Returned to Prison for a Rule Violation within 2 Years of Release

  46. County Performance Data Developed To Assist Task Forces in 2007 • Referral data compiled and shared with task forces (18% of releases referred) • Data on entire county’s re-entry population is shared (Task Forces focus on high-risk) • Data provided: - Population trends - Program and Employment status - Housing Information - Arrest and Violation Activity

  47. Westchester County Re-entry ReportCounty Task Force Information Source: County Re-entry Task Force Reports

  48. Westchester County Re-entry ReportParolee Information for County Source: Division of Parole

  49. Support Law Enforcement Through Integrated Technology

  50. Integrated Justice Advisory Board

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