1 Population, Alternatives to Incarceration and Budget Information
2 500 Employees 1,300 Offenders under supervision
3 Lafayette Parish Correctional Center (LPCC), Transitional Housing Facility Community Corrections Campus Inmate Industries Facility Acadiana Recovery Center
4 Transitional Work Program Alternative Sentencing Program Re-Entry Acadiana Recovery Center KITE REHAB Inmate Industries
5 Jail Count and Projections Working with the Judiciary Development of assessment instruments Development of alternatives to incarceration Media / Public Buy In Partnerships Long Term Financials/Sustainability
8 2012 Per Major Program or Department $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $15,012,691 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $- $1,485,183 $1,527,089 $1,673,246 $1,171,430 LPCC/Jail Treatment Programs Industries TWP Community Corrections
9 $4,102,228 21% Sheriff's Offce $15,012,691 79% Lafayette Consolidated Government
10 More than $6.5 Million earned in 2012 $4,500,000 $4,000,000 $3,834,925 $3,500,000 $3,000,000 $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $- $1,506,823 $508,612 $597,946 $80,106 LPCC/Jail Treatment Programs Work Release Community Corrections Inmate Industries
11 $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,007,162 Fiscal Year 2009 First Quarter Fiscal Year 2010 $1,000,000 $910,165 $639,618 $500,000 $- $285,007 $256,750 $31,726 $71,250 $2,365 $- $14,473 $62,052 $- City Parish State INS Federal Transport
12 Those in jail are the largest expense. $50.00 $40.00 $42.20 $35.14 $30.00 $20.00 $21.36 $10.00 $- $(10.00) $(20.00) LPCC / Jail Treatment Programs Work Release Community Corrections After Off Sets $(11.39)
13 National Numbers Staggering 12 million admissions/releases from jail each year 9 million unique individuals 766,010 in jail on any given day 81 percent of inmates stay less than 1 month 62 percent of inmates have not been convicted of a crime (for the current incarceration)
14 Per Major Program or Department According to recent estimates, nearly 650,000 people were released from prison in 2004, while over 12 million different individuals were released from jails across the US.
15 National Numbers Virtually every person incarcerated in a jail in this country and approximately 97 percent of those incarcerated in prisons will eventually be released.
16 A Revolving Door Each year, U.S. jails process an estimated 12 million admissions and releases. That translates into 34,000 people released from jails each day and 230,000 released each week.
17 A Revolving Door In three weeks, jails have contact with as many people as prisons do in an entire year.
18 In the United States, there are 3,365 independently operated jails
20 Approximately two out of every three people released from prison in the US are re-arrested within three years of their release.
21 Three-quarters of those returning home have a history of substance abuse; two thirds have no high school diploma.
22 Approximately 13,000 bookings a year. Over half released the same day. 60% of arrested are for misdemeanors. Average stay is 13 days. Daily manages 1300 offenders.
23 Sentenced and Unsentenced Inmates 1999 and
24 2009 January Snapshot 1018 individuals arrested 816 Males, 202 Females 532 African, 484 Caucasians, 2 Asians Felonies 395, Misd 613, CC 6, CT 4 48% of all offenders stay less than 1 day
25 Diversion Programs Adult Day Reporting GPS Offender Tracking Transitional Work Program REHAB
26 (S.T.O.P) was designed for early identification of offenders individual needs and placement of those in appropriate programming, as a means of monitoring the offenders progress, or lack thereof.
29 A non-residential alternative jail sentence or pre-trial status, which allows participants to stay at home, as long as they meet all of the Day Reporting Center selection criteria.
30 The DRC includes monitoring, treatment, employment and daily contact. Participants must submit written itineraries on a daily and weekly basis. They must pay their own fees on a weekly basis. The program is viewed as providing close supervision, case management, and treatment in a manner that keeps offenders employed and is less expensive for the community.
31 Addiction Treatment & Counseling Community Building /Life Skills Training GED Education & Academic Enhancement Job Training & Placement Assistance
32 GPS Offender Tracking GPS offenders are monitored by an ankle bracelet equipped with a state of the art global positioning satellite (GPS) monitor. Offenders are assigned a caseworker that assists the offender in developing a weekly schedule. The offender is held accountable to follow the mandated schedule, as well as other conditions of release as stipulated by the court or LPSO s GPS Offender program s caseworker. Inability to abide by program requirements results in termination from the program Enrolled = 2359 Completions = 1703 Terminations = 504
33 Transitional Work Program Mission To increase long term community protection by returning offenders back into society as productive citizens with employment, cash savings, and the skills to maintain a responsible lifestyle by providing the opportunity to re-establish dignity and self-esteem and to facilitate the transition back into the community as a responsible adult.
34 Transitional Work Program Description A residential alternative to incarceration which allows offenders to be released from the LPCC and housed at the Work Release Center. State sentenced, Parish sentenced, and pre-trial offenders may participate if approved. All participants are expected to maintain employment and pay all program fees, obligations, and expenses from such employment.
35 Transitional Work Program General Statistics ( ) $18,127,746 participant earnings from employment $112,697 in health care expense related taxpayer savings $158,221 in court ordered restitution payments from participants earnings $350,599 in court ordered child support payments from participants earnings 1,404 successful program completions $4,685,719 in savings immediately available to participants upon return to society
36 Transitional Housing Facility Information Currently located in downtown Lafayette for over past 5 years. Operated and staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week by specially trained staff. Housing consists of 190 male beds and 16 female beds that are physically separated by sight and sound of each other.
37 Day Reporting Intensive Outpatient Program (DRIOP) A 3-month substance abuse program that meets four times a week (day and evening classes offered). It is a structured and regimented program that operates on a Phase System. Progressing through each phase will determine a client s length of stay and eligibility to graduate from the program.
38 Day Reporting Intensive Outpatient Program (DRIOP) The program has both specific and unique tasks geared toward individual client s needs. Clients are expected to attend 12-step meetings, related recovery activities, and schedule weekly individual counseling sessions, while active in the program. Aftercare for up to one year will also be available.
39 Day Reporting Intensive Outpatient Program (DRIOP)
40 Anger Management designed to help inmates learn effective ways of dealing with their anger. Behavior, Emotions, Thinking (B.E.T) helps inmates learn new skills to regulate behavior, emotions, and thinking. The Work of Byron Katie learning to take total responsibility for you thoughts and actions. Grief & Loss designed to help inmates work through personal losses such as death of a loved-one, divorce, loss if children, abuse, or any other grief related issues. Parenting an open-ended interactive process group focusing on family and parenting issues.
41 Mental Health Evaluations and Counseling Assessments are performed by licensed and trained clinicians with follow-up counseling available. Referrals for medication are made as needed.
42 Mental Health Evaluations and Counseling Assessments are performed by licensed and trained clinicians with follow-up counseling available. Referrals for medication are made as needed.
43 The Reentry Program provides services prior to release such as housing, identification, life skills, employment, substance abuse treatment, vocational training, and other evidence based training in order to promote change and create opportunities for offenders. Offenders must be 6-18 months prior to their Transitional Work Program eligibility date, have no open charges and must be residing in or around the Lafayette area upon release.
44 Since the program began in 2011, 424 DOC offenders were enrolled; 210 successfully completed all mandatory requirements (100 hour DOC Prerelease Curriculum, Moral Reconation Therapy, Anger Management, and Intensive Outpatient Programming) and were transferred to the Transitional Work Program and 80 were terminated for violating program rules and regulations.
45 Available at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) Anger Management (MRT format) Art Expressions Group Behavior, Emotions, Thinking (B.E.T) Grief & Loss Male Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT) Meaningful Minds Project H.O.P.E (Helping Offenders Parent Effectively) Project KITE Relapse Prevention
46 Mental Health Evaluations and Counseling Critical Watch Observations Evaluations Offender Assets
47 Re-entry Housing 4 Addictive Behaviors (REHAB) REHAB is a six-month residential substance abuse program offered to Parish inmates who qualify. Inmates are housed at the work release center and attend treatment at the Community Corrections Campus. The program requires that a person be willing to work full-time upon the completion of their initial 30 day orientation period they are also required to attend continued therapy in the evenings.
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