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Document 026974
Statewide Criminal Justice Recidivism and Revocation Rates
Texas Legislative Budget Board (Austin, TX).
“This report summarizes the analysis of reincarceration rates for adult offenders who were released from prisons, state jails, Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facilities, In-Prison Therapeutic Community program, and Intermediate Sanction Facilities in fiscal years 2006 and 2007; and rearrest rates for adult offenders released from prisons and state jails in fiscal years 2005 and 2006. In addition, this report summarizes reincarceration rates for juveniles released from the Texas Youth Commissi... Read More
118 pages
Document 026975
Criminal Justice Uniform Cost Report: Fiscal Years 2010 to 2012
Texas Legislative Budget Board (Austin, TX).
Cost per day information for various adult and juvenile correctional populations is determined. Sections of this report include: introduction—reporting guidelines and highlights; Texas Department of Criminal Justice—overview, Correctional Institutions Division (state-operated facilities), Parole Division, and Community Justice Assistance Division; and the Texas Juvenile Justice Department—state services and facilities, and community juvenile justice. Appendixes provide: uniform cost project meth... Read More
56 pages
Document 026976
Adult and Juvenile Correctional Population Projections: Fiscal Years 2013 to 2018
Texas Legislative Budget Board (Austin, TX).
Projections for the changes in Texas’ adult and juvenile correctional populations are presented. Sections contained in this report are: introduction and report highlights; arrest rates in Texas; adult correctional population projections; juvenile correctional population projections; qualitative review summary; and glossary. Appendixes explain what the methodology and assumptions for each correctional population projection.... Read More
49 pages
Document 013139
Community Corrections in Colorado: Why Do Some Clients Succeed and Others Fail?
By English, Kim; Mande, Mary J.. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC). Colorado Division of Criminal Justice (Denver, CO).
This study provides information about the fifty percent of the clients who enter community corrections in Colorado and are subsequently returned to prison within a few months. Questions such as who fails and why? are examined and the results are supported by tables and charts.... Read More
97 p.
Document 006438
Statistical Prediction in Corrections
By Clear, Todd; Wasson, Billy F.; Rowland, James. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC); Robert J. Kutak Foundation (Omaha, NE).
A critical assessment of the uses of statistical prediction in corrections is the focus of this report. Also included are reviews by Billy Wasson and James Rowland.... Read More
52 p.
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