1 February 18, 2014 Justice Research and Statistics Association 720 7th Street, NW, Third Floor Washington, DC
2 The Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative: INVESTING IN PROGRAMS THAT WORK February 18, 2014
3 Critical Policy Challenge Government leaders want to make strategic budget choices, but often don t know: What programs are currently funded What each costs What programs accomplish How they compare to alternatives
4 pproach Use the best national research to identify what works Predict program impacts in your state Calculate and compare long-term costs and benefits
5 Consumer Reports Portfolio ADULT PROGRAMS COST LONG-TERM BENEFITS COST/BENEFIT RATIO Cognitive behavioral therapy $419 $9,954 $24.72 Electronic monitoring $1,093 $24,840 $22.72 Correctional education in prison $1,149 $21,390 $19.62 Vocational education in prison $1,599 $19,531 $13.21 Drug court $4,276 $10,183 $3.38 Domestic Violence treatment $1,390 -$7,527 -$4.41 JUVENILE PROGRAMS Aggression replacement training $1,543 $55,821 $37.19 Coordination of services $403 $6,043 $16.01 Drug court $3,154 $11,539 $4.66 Scared Straight $66 -$12,988 -$ *Washington State 2013 dollars
6 VT NH MA RI CT NJ DE MD AK HI WA TN MT OR ID WY CO UT NV CA AZ NM NE KS OK TX ME ND SD MN LA AR MO IA WI MI IL IN OH PA NY WV KY MS AL GA SC NC FL VA AK Participation in Results First
7 2013 State Successes 6 States Completed implementation of the model and presented results to key stakeholders 3 States Enacted legislation incorporating Results First into their policymaking process 2 States Used models to analyze legislation 5 States Used their models to target nearly $38 million in funding
8 Sara Dube, MANAGER
9 Marc Schabses NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services Cost Benefit Coordinator
10 Division of Criminal Justice Services DCJS = Multifunctional Support Agency Mission: To Enhance Public Safety and Improve Criminal Justice 1) Collection and analysis of statewide crime data. 2) Administration of state CJ funding. 3) Research and best practice recommendations. 4) Statistical Analysis Center (SAC). 5) State Administering Agency (SAA) for funding from the federal Office of Justice Programs (USDOJ OJP).
11 New York s Criminal Justice System 500+ local police agencies, ~600,000 arrests annually. 62 locally elected county district attorneys that prosecute arrestees. Probation is county run, supervise 115,000 offenders. 58 local jail systems (57 counties + NYC) house 30,000 inmates: Pre trial detainees and persons sentenced to 1 year or less of incarceration. DOCCS: Single state agency that runs the State prisons (54,000 felony inmates) and provides parole community supervision (36,000 parolees).
12 New York s Interest in CBA? Research tells us what works CBA tells us if what works is worth the cost. CBA was a good fit for New York s Public Safety Cluster: Excellent criminal justice data. Strong research capability. Centralized data systems. Commitment to efficiency\fiscal austerity.
13 Where Results First Lives in NYS Governor Deputy Secretary for Public Safety (Cabinet Position) Seven agencies within the State s Public Safety Cluster. Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (29,000 Staff) Division of State Police (6,000 Staff) Division of Criminal Justice Services (600 Staff) Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (400 Staff) Office of Victim Services (75 Staff) Commission of Correction (25 Staff) Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (25 Staff)
14 How Results First Works Relies on a meta-analysis of national research to identify correctional programming that works. Applies the effect found in the national evidence base to a state s correctional populations to predict each programming option s impact on re-offending. Uses simulations to translate the predicted change in recidivism into a estimate of fiscal and public safety benefits. Can be used to help predict which combination of programs will achieve the best results at the lowest cost.
15 Components of the Results First Tool 1) Meta-analysis Evidence Base Compilation of more than 250 rigorous criminal justice program evaluations (WSIPP created). 2) State Recidivism Trajectory Benefit derived from the difference between baseline recidivism versus post-programming recidivism. NYS: Seven discrete populations of felony offenders. 3) Resource Use Probability Tree Type of sanction and length of sentence. 4) Criminal Justice System Costs Cost of system response to recidivistic event.
16 Components of the Results First Tool 1) Meta-analysis Evidence Base Compilation of more than 250 rigorous criminal justice program evaluations (WSIPP created). 2) State Recidivism Trajectory Benefit derived from the difference between baseline recidivism versus post-programming recidivism. NYS: Seven discrete populations of felony offenders. 3) Resource Use Probability Tree Type of sanction and length of sentence. 4) Criminal Justice System Costs Cost of system response to recidivistic event.
17 Meta-analytic Evidence Base (Example)
18 Components of the Results First Tool 1) Meta-analysis Evidence Base Compilation of more than 250 rigorous criminal justice program evaluations (WSIPP created). 2) State Recidivism Trajectory Benefit derived from the difference between baseline recidivism versus post-programming recidivism. NYS: Seven discrete populations of felony offenders. 3) Resource Use Probability Tree Type of sanction and length of sentence. 4) Criminal Justice System Costs Cost of system response to recidivistic event.
19 Recidivism Data Prerequisites Access to Criminal History and Judicial Disposition and Sentencing data is a must.
20 Recidivism Results First Style 1) Cumulative Failure (Reconviction) Rate: Terminal event measured as the time to an offender s first reconviction. 2) Reconviction Hazard Distribution: (Timing) Risk of reconviction during any given year in the follow-up period regardless of the number of times an offender recidivates. 3) Crime Type Probability: Captures the most serious reconviction event occurring during the follow-up period. 4) Trips Through the System: Number of unique reconviction trips through the CJ system, per offender, during the follow-up period. 5) Offenses per Trip: Average number of offenses per trip, multiple offense charges related to a single crime event and multiple counts of an individual charge during a single trip through the criminal justice system.
21 Recidivism Trajectory Offender Cohorts Results First tool designed for Felony offenders: Prison Inmates, Felons Sentenced to Jail, Felony Probationers Approach allows the Results First tool to model the specific impact of a program on different populations.
22 Offender Cohort Recidivism Details Prison Felony Jail Felony Probation Full Cohort High Risk Low Risk Full Cohort Under Full Cohort Under # Sentenced in ,595 5,756 2,872 5,425 2,298 3,016 5,425 2,298 3,016 # of Offenders who Recidivated in 5 Years 7,775 3, ,748 1,385 1,314 2,748 1,385 1,314 % of Offenders who Recidivated in 5 Years 47% 69% 17% 51% 60% 44% 51% 60% 44% Total # of Reconviction Events over 5 Years Average # of Reconvictions per Recidivist over 5 Years 17,078 10, ,212 3,286 3,835 7,212 3,286 3, Recidivistic event defined as a Felony or Misdemeanor re-conviction. Age classification based upon offenders age at the time of his/her 2006 cohort qualifying sentence. Convictions related to arrests that occurred prior to an offender's cohort qualification are excluded.
23 Components of the Results First Tool 1) Meta-analysis Evidence Base Compilation of more than 250 rigorous criminal justice program evaluations (WSIPP created). 2) State Recidivism Trajectory Benefit derived from the difference between baseline recidivism versus post-programming recidivism. NYS: Seven discrete populations of felony offenders. 3) Resource Use Probability Tree Type of sanction and length of sentence. 4) Criminal Justice System Costs Cost of system response to recidivistic event.
24 Resource Use Criminal Justice System Response upon Re-Conviction: Sanction Probability of Resource Use Murder Felony Sex Robbery Agg Assault Felony Property Felony Drug Prison 93% 60% 52% 38% 44% 40% 0% Jail 1% 8% 14% 25% 17% 21% 48% Jail Probation Split 4% 18% 10% 15% 13% 15% 3% Probation 2% 13% 23% 14% 21% 21% 12% Other Non-Incarcerative/Non-Supervisory 0% 1% 2% 7% 5% 3% 37% Total Sentences 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Misd Average Duration of Sanction Quantity of Resource Use Murder Felony Sex Robbery Agg Assault Felony Property Felony Drug Prison Sentence (Years) N/A Jail (Only) Sentence (Days) Model also accounts for the duration of probation and split sentences plus the rate and duration of parole supervision. Misd
25 Components of the Results First Tool 1) Meta-analysis Evidence Base Compilation of more than 250 rigorous criminal justice program evaluations (WSIPP created). 2) State Recidivism Trajectory Benefit derived from the difference between baseline recidivism versus post-programming recidivism. NYS: Seven discrete populations of felony offenders. 3) Resource Use Probability Tree Type of sanction and length of sentence. 4) Criminal Justice System Costs Cost of system response to recidivistic event.
26 Criminal Justice System Response Costs Uses marginal operating costs to calculate realistic savings appropriate to scale: Select NYS Marginal Operating Costs (2011 Dollars) Incarceration Supervision Sanction Marginal Cost per Day Marginal Cost Annual State Prison $51 $18,706 Local Jail $69 $25,136 State Parole $7 $1,973 Local Probation $8 $2,168 ( Model also accounts for police, court and prosecution costs.)
27 Programming Related Inputs Uses actual program delivery costs. $200 to $15,000+ per participant depending on program and modality. Three primary elements: 1) Cost per Participant, 2) Duration, and 3) Primary Participant Population. Also need a good program description and an understanding of current operating capacity. Program delivery costs are used to calculate the net benefit and the ROI of providing a particular programming option to particular offender cohort. https://pewtrusts.webex.com/pewtrusts/lsr.php?rcid=9e4afa b9a65a4fd38227be5dd31e3a96
28 Technical Expectations Implementation Customization Production/Utilization Sell as a tool, not a panacea. Tailor the work product to the audience. Be sensitive to big P Politics. Position as an ongoing research effort to avoid an ends justify the means exercise for each flavor of the week proposal.
30 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Collaborating with Partners to Implement Results First in Massachusetts February 18, 2014
31 Thank You to the Massachusetts Team Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and Assistant Secretary Michael Coelho EOPSS Research and Policy Analysis Division/Mass. Statistical Analysis Center - Patricia Bergin and Brittany Peters Mass. Court System Mass. Sentencing Commission, Research Division - Linda Holt, Lee Kavanagh, Kevin Riley Office of Commissioner of Probation, Research Division - Laura Lempicki Mass. Department of Correction (DOC) Research and Planning Division - Rhiana Kohl, Hollie Matthews, Daniel Feagans Program Services - Christopher Mitchell, Kelly Paquin Budget Office - Kyra Silva Hampden County Sheriff s Department - Martha Lyman Mass. Parole Board - Shawna Andersen, Caitlyn Casey Mass. Department of Youth Services - Robert Tansi, Robert Turillo, Tom Taylor Administration and Finance - Julia Chabrier The Pew Results First Team and our Technical Consultant Steven Lize and countless others who have helped to pull together the needed data on cost and programs for the model and provided support for our continuing work in this effort.
32 Special Commission on Criminal Justice * and Results First Commission to study the Massachusetts Criminal Justice System Implement policies to reduce prison overcrowding and reduce recidivism Obtain technical assistance from a nationally recognized criminal justice reform program with a data driven approach (at no cost) Reduce corrections spending and utilize the savings to reduce crime, strengthen public safety and fund other budget priorities
33 Massachusetts Model Strategies Hold informational webinars on different components of the model Provide updates and present to stakeholders including agency administrators and Special Commission on Criminal Justice Meet with Administration and Finance Meet with key legislators in the House and Senate Establish working groups for recidivism, costs and programs Draw on the expertise of the Pew Results First team for key presentations and meetings.
34 Establish Collaborations and Teams Established 3 teams to gather the information needed for the model recidivism and resource use data, marginal costs, and programs. The SAC staff was tasked with leading the effort to coordinate the collection of recidivism data and program mapping from the various agencies. Established the Recidivism Work Group and the Program Mapping Work Group. Collaborated with DOC, DYS, Probation, Parole, Hampden County Sheriff s Office, Sentencing Commission. Developed a strong working relationship with the Pew team: regular check in calls/multiple informational sessions on different model components. Continue to inform stakeholders including Special Commission on Criminal Justice, agency administrators, key legislators, and the Executive Office of Administration and Finance as new information is obtained.
35 Generate Data Needed for Results First Model Offender Groups Long-term recidivism outcomes for all systems (adult and juvenile probation, state and county corrections, parole, DYS) Probability of Resource Use Number of years per Resource Use (time served) Marginal Costs for almost every activity in criminal justice Assessment of evidence-based programming in Massachusetts and estimated cost Victimization Costs
36 Results First Recidivism Measurements Most states have used a 5 to 10 year follow-up period MA used a 6-year follow-up period due to the age of our systems, and more modern systems coming on line at Parole and Probation in 2005 Includes felony and misdemeanor reconvictions Multiple recidivating events are captured and broken out by most serious crime type Advantage: allows a state to capture the long-term costs associated with recidivism
37 Definitions and Data Sets Included Recidivism defined for this project as a new conviction that leads to a serious consequence Technical violations of supervision excluded Convictions include misdemeanors leading to CWOF s Traditional definition of Recidivism is one or three year after release; new convictions that lead to incarceration, and technical violations of supervision that lead to re-confinement
38 Building on Results First Extend recidivism period to 7 years Expand program inventory and mapping Document and Report Dedicate a team of people to work on the model. Expand to new policy areas: child welfare, education, substance abuse and mental health
39 Benefits of Results First for Massachusetts Has brought together teams of people with similar areas of interest, e.g. research, policy, programs, budget, etc. and has created a common framework for collecting and analyzing data and communicating the information. Has spurred effort to design a platform for a data warehouse, to stage criminal justice data across all systems to facilitate collection and analysis. Secretary of EOPSS dedicating approximately $4.5 million in Byrne funding for evidencebased practices, measurement of program fidelity, and program evaluation. Additional legislative appropriation for two more researchers to improve our analytical and data gathering capacity for the purpose of employing more evidence-based decisionmaking. Data compiled by inventory of programming helped EOPSS advocate for a more robust reentry programming budget for the DOC during House and Senate Budget debate. Through gap analysis, DOC has identified program capacity, and is working to change policies to move offenders to lower security and identify physical space in order to increase inmate participation in programs. DOC working toward expanding education programming from academic to full year.
40 Implementation Challenges Competing priorities for already taxed staff Learning curve in internalizing complex model Identifying the right people at some agencies able to provide the needed data Different IT systems and technical capacity across entities Technical and/or human resources necessary to obtain needed data may not be available
41 Advice to States Implementing Results First Identify your policymaker champions and communicate regularly. Determine where the model will be housed. Identify your project leaders who will work with the teams and input data into the model. Develop your teams: identifying research, costs and programs people at the key agencies. involve them in trainings and the process Have regular check-ins with each team Include members with different expertise Identify your team s assets and gaps; be creative and resourceful about how you approach each task. Develop a means of sharing data, documents, information, scheduling meetings that everyone can access. Need Excel 2010 to open the model
42 Questions??? Contact information: Lisa Sampson, Director of Research and Policy Analysis Division/Massachusetts Statistical Analysis Center Office of Grants and Research Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
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