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  1. RECLAIM A Brief History

  2. 1994 • 14,487 Statewide Felony Adjudications • 3,024 DYS admissions • 142 12-13 year olds • 40% of admissions were 12-15 years old • 197 Girls • 20.1 % admission to adjudication rate • (one out of every five youth adjudicated of a felony offense was sent to DYS)

  3. 1994 • DYS had 11 institutions (including Freedom Center and Opportunity Center) • Population was forecasted to continue to grow!

  4. R easoned and Equatible Community and L ocal Alternatives to the I ncarcertation of Minors

  5. 2004 (10 Years) • 9,064 felony adjudications statewide. • -44.8% from FY 1994 • 1,703 DYS admissions • 63 12-13 year olds • 31% of admissions were 12 – 15 years old • 162 Girls • 18.8 % admission to adjudication rate

  6. 2004 • DYS had nine institutions (including Paint Creek and Freedom Center) • Due to fiscal realities and to stabilize funding for the grant, the formula was changed, with input from the courts, to the current formula. • Up to this point courts were receiving RECLAIM payments monthly. Changed to current 3x/fiscal year (July, January, and June)

  7. RECLAIM FORMULA • Three Factors • 10 year average of felony adjudications (State and County) • Bed Day Credits used in the prior FY (State and County) • Remaining bed day credits from prior FY (State and County) • OKAY!! SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? • RECLAIM Formula in 5 slides!!!

  8. RECLAIM FORMULA (sample) MULTIPLIER / = TOTAL STATE BED DAY CREDITS USED STATE FELONY ADJUDICATIONS (10-YEAR AVERAGE) 161,555.13 31.27 4,195

  9. RECLAIM FORMULA (sample) • = X X • MULTIPLIER • COUNTY AVAILABLE BED DAY CREDITS County Felony Adjudication (10-Year Average) • FACTOR • = ( ) 39.10 X X 31.27 1,833.99 1.5

  10. RECLAIM FORMULA (sample) - = COUNTY BED DAY CREDITS USED • COUNTY AVAILABLE BED DAY CREDITS REMAINING COUNTY BED DAY CREDITS • 1,833.99 • 615.52 • 1,218.47

  11. RECLAIM FORMULA (sample) REMAINING STATE BED DAY CREDITS % OF REMAINING STATE BED DAY CREDITS REMAINING COUNTY BED DAY CREDITS • 1,218.47 • 99,426.99 • 1.226%

  12. RECLAIM FORMULA (sample) X $30,600,000.00 $375,156.00

  13. 2010 • 6,511 felony adjudications statewide. • -55.1% from FY 1994 • 831 DYS admissions (1st time under a 1000 admissions) • 12 12-13 year olds • 23% of admissions were 12 – 15 years old • 43 Girls • 12.8 % admission to adjudication rate

  14. 2010 • Targeted RECLAIM is initiated to the court’s with the highest DYS admissions • 8 DYS initiations (including Paint Creek and Columbus CBTC) • Avg DYS population 1,191 youth • No longer had to track Youth Services Grant and RECLAIM separately

  15. 2014 (20 Years) • 4,674 felony adjudications statewide. • -67.7% from FY 1994 • 439 DYS admissions ( 2nd year under 500 admissions) • 0 12-year olds and 2 13-year olds • 18% of admissions were 12 – 15 years old • 31 Girls • 9.4 % admission to adjudication rate • 2nd year of less than 10% admissions to adjudication • Less than 1 of every 10 youth adjudicated of a felony are committed to DYS

  16. 2014 • Targeted RECLAIM was expanded to 15 counties in 2012 • Average DYS daily population 508 • 3 DYS facilities and 4 contract facilities • Closure of five large correctional facilities

  17. 2018 • 4,195 felony adjudications statewide. • -71% from FY 1994 • 381 DYS admissions ( 6th year under 500 admissions) • 0 12-year olds and 4 13-year olds • 30 Girls • 9.1 % admission to adjudication rate • 6th year of less than 10% admissions to adjudication • Less than 1 of every 10 youth adjudicated of a felony are committed to DYS

  18. 2018 • Competitive RECLAIM was initiated (FY 2015) • 3 DYS facilities and 4 contract facilities (Paint Creek and Girls Mental Health) • Average DYS daily population 515

  19. Felony Adjudications

  20. DYS Commitments

  21. DYS Commitments