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1 Interagency Council on Intermediate Sanctions Substance Abuse Providers Correctional Program Checklist (CPC) Statistical Information May 21, 2010 Prepared by Timothy Wong Department of the Attorney General Research and Statistics Branch

2 Evidence-Based Effectiveness in Criminal Justice Programs CPC Assessment Objectives Assess service provider knowledge of evidence-based principles Assess service provider use of criminogenic risk factors and risk instruments Assess criminal justice programs overall strengths and weaknesses in utilizing evidence-based principles

3 Measures of Evidence-Based Practice Specified in the CPC Leadership Development (Program Implementation) Program Director provides professional management of offender services and treatment programs. Staff Characteristics Staff have the experiences and skills to provide program services. s. Offender Assessment (Client Pre-Service Assessment) Programs apply valid risk methods and instruments, identify risk factors, and define offender risk levels in their clinical assessments. Treatment Characteristics (Program Characteristics) Programs reduce criminogenic targets, such as anti-social attitudes, substance abuse dependencies, impulsivity, and anti-social peers. Quality Assurance (Evaluation) Programs maintain internal quality checks of their program services, data management and auditing system, and the program evaluation of their treatment services.

4 Overall Score Summarized Scores of CPC-Assessed Programs % 67.7% % 48.1% 25.4% 38.1% Percent Score 0.0 Leadership and Development Staff Characteristics Quality Assurance Offender Assessment Treatment Characteristics Overall Capacity Overall Content % National Average of 430 Programs Nationwide Highest Score Lowest Score Average Score 44.7% n= %

5 Average CPC Scores, by Program Types n= State Average: Total Score Substance Abuse Domestic Violence Sex Offender n=8 n=2 n=1

6 Average CPC Scores, by Treatment Services Offered n= State Average (multiple responses): 53.4 Total Score Psych-Educational CBT Curriculum Motivational (4 Treatment Services) (10 Treatment Services) Enhancement (2 Treatment Services)

7 Average CPC Scores, by Service Modalities Offered n= State Average: Total Score Intensive Outpatient (5 Modalities) Residential (3 Modalities) Therapeutic Living (3 Modalities) Group Services (5 Modalities)

8 Interagency Council on Intermediate Sanctions (ICIS) RESEARCH STRATEGY Support the ICIS goal of improving criminal justice programs and correctional options using evidence-based principles Use research to help identify what works in the criminal justice realm Evaluate the effectiveness of ICIS in the following realms: Assess the impact of criminogenic risk-assessment instruments in the criminal justice system Identify criminal justice practices that are effective in reducing recidivism Evaluate the responsiveness of criminal justice services to offender needs

9 30 Percent Recidivism Reduction Goal Recidivism Rate* 100.0% Best Actualization of Eight Principles for Recidivism Reduction 75.0% 50.0% 63.3% 55.1% 52.5% 51.3% 44.3% 25.0% 0.0% Probation and Parole Services * Recidivism defined as re-arrests for criminal offenses, criminal contempt of court, and revocations over a three-year follow-up period.

10 Recidivism Rates, by Types of Offenses ( ) 2009) 80.0% 70.0% Recidivism Rate 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 56.9% Average Recidivism Rate*: 51.9% 68.0% 64.4% 37.0% 57.4% 76.2% 10.0% 0.0% Felony Assault Felony Sex Felony Property Felony Drug Felony Other Misdemeanants n=496 n=138 n=752 n=758 n=284 n=189 * Recidivism defined as re-arrests for criminal offenses, criminal contempt of court, and revocations over a three-year follow-up period. Source: CYZAP, May 2010

11 Recidivism Rates for Drug Offenders, by Risk Classification ( ) 2009) 80.0% 70.0% Recidivism Rate 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% Average Recidivism Rate*: 51.9% 51.0% 63.6% 63.9% 74.8% 78.6% 10.0% 0.0% Administrative Low Medium High Surveillance n=194 n=44 n=147 n=202 n=42 LSI-R RISK SCORES Administrative <19 Low Medium High Surveillance >35 φ (629)=.212; p<.001 for differences in recidivism by risk levels Source: CYZAP, May 2010 * Recidivism defined as re-arrests for criminal offenses, criminal contempt of court, and revocations over a three-year follow-up period.

12 Average LSI-R R Big Six Sub-domain Percentile Scores for Drug Offenders, by Recidivists, Non- Recidivists, and High and Surveillance Offenders ( ) 2009) Percentiles Criminal History Family/Marital Companions Alcohol/Drugs Emotional/Personal Attitudes/Orientation Recidivists (n=405) Non-Recidivists High & Surveillance Level Drug Offenders (n=182) (n=224) Source: CYZAP, May 2010

13 LSI-R R Total Scores from Initial and Most Recent Assessments, by Risk Classification ( ) 2009) Change Score Administrative Low Medium High Surveillance n=273 n=48 n=119 Initial Assessment (n=622) Most Recent Assessment (n=617) Risk and Protect Change: ANOVA, p<.001 CYZAP, May 2010 n=147 n=35

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