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1 CAPCOG Regional Strategic Criminal Justice Plan FY 2015 Prepared by The Capital Area Council of Governments Division of Homeland Security for The Office of the Governor s Criminal Justice Division January 2014

2 Table of Contents Executive Summary... Section 1 Regional Overview... Section 2 Population and Growth Further Components of Growth Demographic Characteristics Employment Characteristics Regional Uniform Crime Statistics... Section 3 Regional Criminal Justice Planning Process and Priorities... Section 4 Additional Issues Identified at Stakeholder Meetings... Appendix A 1

3 Section 1: Executive Summary This Regional Strategic Plan encompasses the ten counties (Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson counties) in the CAPCOG service region. The purpose of the Strategic Plan is to identify gaps in services regarding Direct Victim Services, Juvenile Justice Services, Mental Health Services and Criminal Justice Services or issues in the CAPCOG Region so that services, existing programs, new initiatives, and funding opportunities may be reviewed and resources increased. Planning Process Three regional stakeholder meetings were conducted during which stakeholders were asked to identify needs within their area of expertise related to: Training; Direct Services; Education & Outreach; Investigation and/or Prosecution; Support Technology and Equipment; and Staffing and Personnel Support (direct or contractual). These needs were reviewed by the CAPCOG Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) and recommended to the CAPCOG Executive Committee for adoption as regional priorities. Data sources were identified to best drive analysis of regional needs with consideration to resource gaps, trends in type of problem, and priorities of relevant funding sources. This Executive Summary lists the regional priorities in each of the following areas: Criminal Justice System Improvements; Juvenile Justice System Improvements; Direct Victim Services, and Mental Health/Substance Abuse Treatment identified in the regional planning process and approved by the CJAC. Criminal Justice System Improvements Regional Priorities Technological Improvement projects that provide for equipment replacement and upgrade related to law enforcement vehicle dashboard cameras and radios. Re-entry Services programs devoted to hiring and retaining case managers to help offenders re-enter society after incarceration. Internet-based Crimes programs to train law enforcement officials on identifying and enforcing internet-based scams targeting financially vulnerable residents. Juvenile Justice System Improvements Regional Priorities Victimized Youth programs to train staff in attending to psychologically and physically traumatized youth who enters into the juvenile justice system. Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) programs that provide direct assistance to CIPs. 2

4 Direct Victim Services Regional Priorities Increase in Number of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) programs aimed at subsidizing cost of SANE certification so that outer counties in the region will have better access to them. Bilingual Competency--Programs to further bilingual training for law enforcement officials so that accurate statements can be taken from those who are first responders for non-english speaking victims. Comprehensive Service Locations--Programs that emphasize funding comprehensive all-inone services at singular locations so that victims avoid the cost of moving between multiple victims assistance locations. Indirect Victim Assistance--Programs that provide information resources to indirect victims of crime (i.e., families of offenders who are left without primary income earner in the instance of incarceration). Affordable Housing Options program funding to increase the number of transitional nonemergency shelter and permanent supportive housing units in the region. Juvenile Justice System Improvements Regional Priorities Victimized Youth programs to train staff in attending to psychologically and physically traumatized youth who enters into the juvenile justice system. Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) programs that provide direct assistance to CIPs. Mental Health/Substance Treatment Regional Priorities Mental Health training to increase number of mental health officers and ability of LE officials to work with those diagnosed. Affordable Housing Options program funding to increase the number of transitional nonemergency shelter and permanent supportive housing units in the region. Substance Abuse programs, research, or other initiatives to address the use and abuse of illegal and prescription/non-prescription drugs and alcohol. Programs will include control, prevention, and treatment. It is anticipated that this Strategic Plan will be reviewed and updated annually and that it will serve as a guide for continued improvement of Criminal Justice programs and services across the CAPCOG region. 3

5 Section 2: An Overview of the CAPCOG Region 2.1 Population and Growth of the CAPCOG Region The CAPCOG region has grown steadily over the past four decades. Since 1970, the region s overall population has increased by 24.4%, from roughly 450,000 residents to just over 1.8 million residents, as shown below in Figure 1.1. Figure 1.1 Total Regional Population, ,000,000 1,800,000 1,600,000 1,400,000 1,200,000 1,000, , , , ,000 0 Regional Population, ,841, , Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Local Area Income, This population change has been unevenly distributed. As Table 1.1 below demonstrates, For instance, Travis County (as the primary county of the Austin MSA) has consistently held the highest population of the region. However, as Figure 1.2 shows, Williamson County has shown by far the highest rates of increase across decades, followed by Hays County, which is largely to the south of the Austin city limits but contains significant portions of the Austin MSA. High growth in these two counties highlights the continual expansion of population into the hinterlands of the Austin MSA. By contrast, counties such as Lee, Fayette, and Caldwell have shown a more steady growth rate. 4

6 % Change Table 1.1 Population per County, Area Bastrop 17,446 25,082 38,260 58,234 74,347 Blanco 3,591 4,683 5,964 8,495 10,512 Burnet 11,567 17,905 22,654 34,505 42,802 Caldwell 21,208 23,779 26,277 32,378 38,084 Fayette 17,628 19,032 20,028 21,864 24,520 Hays 27,874 41,093 65,767 99, ,289 Lee 8,073 11,246 12,811 15,701 16,610 Llano 7,019 10,121 11,684 17,077 19,341 Travis 297, , , ,692 1,030,219 Williamson 37,558 77, , , ,722 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Local Area Income, Figure 1.2: Change in Growth Rate Across CAPCOG Counties, % Percentage Change in Population by County 100.0% 80.0% 60.0% 40.0% 20.0% 0.0% Bastrop Blanco Burnet Caldwell Fayette Hays Lee Llano Travis Williamson Source: Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Local Area Income, 5

7 2.2 Further Components of Change in Regional Population This information allows an analysis of gross population trends. However, it does not assess the source of population growth in the region. Through information provided by the Internal Revenue Service, net population change can be calculated by based on total out-migration and in-migration on an annual basis, separate from total births and deaths and from in migration from outside of the United States. As well, the location of this migration can be mapped at the national level. For instance, Figure 1.3a compares the migration patterns for Fayette County from 2005 to As Figure 1.2 demonstrates, Fayette County has historically shown the lowest rate of population increase over the three-decade period. While 2005, 2007, and 2008 showed significant inbound migration, other years show inbound and outbound migration to be roughly equal. Furthermore, Figure 1.4b shows the counties from which and to which Fayette County residents have moved over the six-year period. Residents have migrated primarily from other counties in East Texas and migrated to counties in West Texas. Figure 1.3a: Fayette County Migration Patterns, (Source for all migration data, 6

8 Table1.3b: Fayette County Migration Location Patterns (orange = outbound; blue=inbound) Williamson County, which, as previously mentioned, has shown the highest rate of growth across all counties in the CAPCOG region is detailed in the same manner in Figures 1.4a and 1.4b. As the figures demonstrate, inbound migration outpaced outbound migration substantially over every five year period. However, more interestingly, the geography of Williamson County s migration shows that its extent is much further reaching and more disperse than for Fayette County. While a significant portion of residents have migrated from other major metropolitan areas in Texas (notably the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and Houston-Harris County areas) many have migrated in from places such as the greater Chicago area, New York, Southern California, the Silicon Valley, Seattle and the greater Phoenix area. Figure 1.4a: Williamson County Migration Patterns,

9 Figure 1.4b: Williamson County Migration Location Patterns (orange = outbound; blue=inbound) 2.3 Demographic Characteristics of the Region As percentages in Table 1.2 and Figure 1.5 show, the proportions of each racial demographic in the CAPCOG area remained largely the same from 2000 to The only categories to increase by an entire percentage point were the Asian and Other categories. Despite this, as Figures 1.6a and 1.6b show, the proportional share of residents with a Hispanic/Latino ethnicity increased significantly, from 25% to 31%. Table 1.2: CAPCOG Regional and Ethnic Demographic Characteristics, Racial Demographics (# of residents) American Indian 7,596 14,215 Asian 44,291 82,885 African American 103, ,783 Native 913 1,398 Hawaiian/Pacific Other 165, ,383 Multiracial 34,323 56,796 Caucasian 991,080 1,349,543 TOTAL 1,348,834 1,832,014 Ethnic Demographics (# of residents) Non-Hispanic/Latino 1,006,230 1,271,278 Hispanic/Latino 340, ,725 TOTAL 1,346,833 1,830,003 8

10 Figure 1.5: Racial Composition in CAPCOG Region, 2000 & 2010 CAPCOG Area Racial Composition, Percentages in 2000 & % 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Caucasian Multiracial Other Native Hawaiin/Pacific African American Asian American Indian Figure 1.6a: CAPCOG Area Ethnic Composition, 2000 CAPCOG Area Ethnic Composition, 2000 Hispanic/Latino 25% Non- Hispanic/Latino 75% 9

11 Figure 1.6b: CAPCOG Area Ethnic Composition, 2010 CAPCOG Area Ethnic Composition, 2010 Hispanic/Latino 31% Non- Hispanic/Latino 69% 2.4 Employment Characteristics The CAPCOG region hosts a high number and diversity of employers. Urban counties such as Travis and Williamson have higher professional and technical service employers, as these tech corridors host computer hardware and semiconductor manufacturing facilities, such as Dell Computers, National Instruments, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), and Freescale. Rural counties, such as Caldwell, Burnet, and Lee tend to host higher proportions of construction and mining/quarry businesses. Table 1.3 below shows the number of private sector employment establishments throughout the region by North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code and description as of As the data show, most employers in the CAPCOG region are classified as Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services (NAICS Code: 54). Table 1.4 details the specific categories that fall under this designation. Table 1.5 further details the number of employers within each 2-digit NAICS code classification in the region, again for the year As this table shows, while professional, scientific and technical services provide a greater number of places of employment across the CAPCOG region, more individuals are employed within educational services in the region. These employees include not only primary, secondary, and higher learning institutional instructors, but also employees of standardized exam preparatory services, language schools, flight training, and cosmetology schools. 10

12 Table 1.3: Places of Employment in CAPCOG Region by NAICS category, NAICS NAICS code description # of % of Total code Establishments Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting % Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction % Utilities % Construction 3, % Manufacturing 1, % Wholesale trade 1, % Retail trade 5, % Transportation and warehousing % Information 1, % Finance and insurance 3, % Real estate and rental and leasing 2, % Professional, scientific, and technical services 7, % Management of companies and enterprises % Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services 2, % Educational services % Health care and social assistance 4, % Arts, entertainment, and recreation % Accommodation and food services 4, % Other services (except public administration) 4, % Industries not classified % ---- TOTAL 44, % Source: U.S. Census County Business Patterns (http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/). 1 County Business Pattern data does not include public sector employees. 11

13 Table 1.4: Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services NAICS 4-digit sub-categories 4-digit NAICS Category Description Code 5411 Legal Services 5412 Accounting Services 5413 Architectural and Engineering 5414 Specialized/Interior/Graphic Design 5415 Computer Systems Design 5416 Management, Scientific, & Technical Consulting 5417 Scientific Research & Development 5418 Advertising & Public Relations 5419 Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Source: U.S. Census County Business Patterns (http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/). 12

14 Table 1.5: Number of Employees by NAICS category in CAPCOG Region, 2011 NAICS code NAICS code description # of Employees Average # of Employees per Establishment Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 1, Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas 3, Extraction Utilities 7, Construction 45, Manufacturing 53, Wholesale Trade 43, Retail Trade 83, Transportation and Warehousing 12, Information 21, Finance and Insurance 33, Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 13, % of Total Professional, Scientific, and Technical 70, Services Management of Companies and 5, Enterprises Administration & Support, Waste 54, Management and Remediation Educational Services 154, Health Care and Social Assistance 94, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 13, Accommodation and Food Services 78, Other Services (excluding Public 28, Administration) 7 N/A Public Administration 65,745 N/A TOTAL 885, Source: U.S. Census On the Map Data Imager (http://onthemap.ces.census.gov/) 2 Taken by dividing number employees by number of establishments in Table

15 Table 1.6: Unemployment by County in CAPCOG Area, December 2013 FIPS Code County Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate (%) 021 Bastrop County 36,662 34,854 1, Blanco County 5,130 4, Burnet County 22,780 21, Caldwell County 17,090 16, Fayette County 13,043 12, Hays County 89,675 85,696 3, Lee County 10,641 10, Llano County 8,142 7, Travis County 610, ,058 27, Williamson County 242, ,088 11, N/A TOTAL 1,055,910 1,008,005 47,

16 Section 3: An Overview of Crime in the CAPCOG Region All crime statistics in this section of the strategic plan report were taken from the Federal Bureau of Investigation s Uniform Crime Statistics website data building tool (http://www.ucrdatatool.gov/). Table 3.1 presents the number of cases of seven different categories of crime that comprise two broader categories: violent crimes and property crimes. It also presents, in parenthesis, the rate of that crime (i.e., the number of offenses within each category per 1,000 residents in the region). Table 3.1: Five-Year Uniform Crime Number, Rate (in parenthesis) 3 for Municipal Police Jurisdictions in CAPCOG Region, Population 1,107,121 1,148,484 1,138,022 1,161,970 1,201,175 Total Violent Crime 4,511 (4) Murder & Nonnegligent (.02) 26 Manslaughter Forcible Rape 344 (.3) Robbery 1,428 (1) Aggravated Assault 2,713 (2) Property Crime 52,537 Total (47) Burglary 9,917 (9) Larceny-Theft 39,658 (36) Motor Vehicle Theft 2,962 (3) 4,630 (4) 25 (.02) 320 (.3) 1,532 (1) 2,753 (2) 55,886 (49) 10,144 (9) 43,178 (38) 2,564 (2) 4,402 (4) 41 (.04) 345 (.3) 1,334 (1) 2,682 (2) 54,173 (48) 10,139 (9) 41,459 (37) 2,575 (3) 4,070 (4) 34 (.03) 298 (.3) 1,223 (1) 2,515 (2) 49,768 (43) 8,266 (7) 39,105 (34) 2,397 (2) 4,113 (3) 34 (.03) 323 (.3) 1,090 (1) 2,666 (2) 51,449 (43) 8,539 (7) 40,292 (34) 2,618 (2) 3 Crime rate is equal to one-per-1,000 resident in the region. 15

17 Table 3.2: Change in Regional Uniform Crime Rates in CAPCOG Area Municipalities, Murder/Manslaughter (7.31%) 65.51% (18.78%) (3.26%) Rate Forcible Rape Rate (10.33%) 8.80% (15.40%) 4.85% Robbery Rate 3.42% (12.12%) (10.21%) (13.78%) Aggravated Assault Rate (2.18%) -1.68% (8.16%) 2.54% Burglary Rate (1.39%) 0.87% (20.15%) (0.07%) Larceny-Theft Rate 4.95% (3.10%) (7.62%) (0.33%) Motor Vehicle Theft Rate (16.55%) 1.35% (8.83%) 5.66% Figure 3.1: Change in Aggregate Regional Uniform Crime Rates in CAPCOG Area Municipalities, % 2.00% 0.00% -2.00% -4.00% -6.00% -8.00% % % Percentage Changes in Aggregate Crime Rates Violent Crime Rate Property Crime Rate 16

18 Table 3.3: Five-Year Uniform Crime Number for County Sheriff Jurisdictions in CAPCOG Region, Population ,689,577 1,742,268 1,795,569 Violent Crime Total Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter Forcible Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Property Crime Total Burglary Larceny-Theft Motor-Vehicle Theft Table 3.4: Change in Regional Uniform Crime Rates in CAPCOG Counties, Murder and manslaughter Rate (14.43%) (67.66%) Forcible Rape Rate 6.81% 7.25% Robbery Rate (26.95%) (6.31%) Aggravated Assault Rate (40.49%) 21.11% Burglary Rate (19.67%) 0.22% Larceny-Theft Rate (15.62%) (7.60%) Motor Vehicle Theft Rate (17.38%) 8.27% Figure 3.1: Change in Aggregate Regional Uniform Crime Rates in CAPCOG Area Municipalities, FBI s Uniform Crime Statistics did not include county population counts for their results. Census Figures were used for years Rates were not included for county data. 17

19 Percentage Changes in Aggregate Crime Rates 20.00% 0.00% % % Change in Violent Crime Rate Change in Property Crime Rate Tables 3.5 and 3.6 detail provides further detail for specific categories of arrest for all arrests made in the CAPCOG region for adult and juvenile offenders, respectively, in the year This year represents the most recent complete set of data collected via the Uniform Crime Statistics. Note that while these specific data are housed through Uniform Crime Statistics, they had to be accessed via the Texas Department of Public Safety Uniform Crime Statistics Office at the state level, due to their specificity. 18

20 Table 3.5: Regional Arrest Information by Category for Offenders Age 17 and above, 2012 Classification of Offense # of Arrests Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter 29 Manslaughter by Negligence 1 Forcible Rape 46 Robbery 226 Aggravated Assault 1,286 Burglary-Breaking or Entering 755 Larceny-Theft(Except Motor Vehicle) 6,027 Motor Vehicle Theft 105 Other Assaults 7,167 Arson 43 Forgery/Counterfeiting 397 Fraud 1,057 Embezzlement 14 Stolen Property(Buy,Receive,Possess) 23 Vandalism 535 Weapons(Carry/Possess,etc) 660 Prostitution and Commercial Vice 203 Sex Offenses(Except Forcible Rape) 258 Drug Abuse Violations(Total) 8,512 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Subtotal) 323 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture (Opium, Cocaine, Morphine, Heroin, Codeine) 187 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Marijuana) 66 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Synthetic Narcotics) 33 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Other Dangerous) 37 Drugs-Possession (Subtotal) 8,189 Drugs-Possession (Opium, Cocaine, Morphine, Heroin, Codeine) 1,522 Drugs-Possession(Marijuana) 5,311 Drugs-Possession(Synthetic Narcotics) 580 Drugs-Possession(Other Dangerous) 776 Gambling(Total) 56 Gambling Bookmaking-Horse/Sports 0 Gambling Numbers and Lottery 1 Gambling All Other Gambling 55 Offenses Against Family and Children 297 Driving Under the Influence 10,578 Liquor Laws 2,267 Drunkenness 6,888 Disorderly Conduct 485 Vagrancy 5 All Other Offenses(Except Traffic) 27,869 TOTAL 92,869 19

21 Table 3.2: Regional Arrest Information by Category for Offenders Age under Age of 17, 2012 Classifications of Offenses # of Arrests Murder/Non-negligent Manslaughter 3 Manslaughter by Negligence 0 Forcible Rape 14 Robbery 66 Aggravated Assault 131 Burglary-Breaking or Entering 290 Larceny-Theft(Except Motor Vehicle) 1,516 Motor Vehicle Theft 31 Other Assaults 1,725 Arson 15 Forgery/Counterfeiting 8 Fraud 29 Embezzlement 0 Stolen Property(Buy, Receive, Possess) 9 Vandalism 243 Weapons(Carry/Possess, etc.) 71 Prostitution and Commercial Vice 1 Sex Offenses(Except Forcible Rape) 52 Drug Abuse Violations(Total) 1,219 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Subtotal) 43 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture (Opium, Cocaine, Morphine, Heroin, Codeine) 7 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Marijuana) 22 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Synthetic Narcotics) 6 Drugs-Sale/Manufacture(Other Dangerous) 8 Drugs-Possession(Subtotal) 1,176 Drugs-Possession (Opium, Cocaine, Morphine, Heroin, Codeine) 57 Drugs-Possession(Marijuana) 1,002 Drugs-Possession(Synthetic Narcotics) 60 Drugs-Possession(Other Dangerous) 57 Gambling(Total) 0 Gambling Bookmaking-Horse/Sports 0 Gambling Numbers and Lottery 0 Gambling All Other Gambling 0 Offenses Against Family and Children 3 Driving Under the Influence 65 Liquor Laws 561 Drunkenness 104 Disorderly Conduct 778 Vagrancy 313 All Other Offenses(Except Traffic) 1,979 Curfew and Loitering Law Violations 976 Runaway 326 TOTAL 12,966 20

22 Section 4: Regional Criminal Justice Planning Process and Priorities 4.1 Planning Process Throughout December of 2013, three regional stakeholder meetings were conducted, one at the Williamson County Sheriff s office on the 9 th, and two at CAPCOG on the 12 th, and the 20 th. Stakeholders were asked, upon registering for one of the outreach meetings, to choose a category that best described their role in the criminal justice community, among one of the following five categories: Direct Victims Services; Juvenile Justice; Law Enforcement; Mental Health Services; and Violent Crimes Against Women. During each meeting, CAPCOG seated stakeholders according to the category of criminal justice service that they chose. They were then asked to discuss among their groups to identify needs within their area of expertise related to: Training; Direct Services; Education & Outreach; Investigation and/or Prosecution; Support Technology and Equipment; and Staffing and Personnel Support (direct or contractual). CAPCOG also requested that stakeholders pair each need (or problem ) with a proposed solution and the resources that might be needed to carry forward with this solution. These problem/solution sets were compiled by CAPCOG staff as regional priorities specific to each of the four abovementioned focus areas and reviewed by the CAPCOG Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) on January 27 th, 2014 at CAPCOG. After the CJAC provided their input, these adjusted regional were added to previously identified state-level priorities and were then recommended to the CAPCOG Executive Committee for adoption. Once identified, CAPCOG compiled stakeholder feedback into a list of regional priorities that were incorporated with state-level priorities as identified by the CJD into the Regional Strategic Plan. The feedback gathered from regional stakeholders was intended to address the following categories of criminal justice priorities, as identified by the Criminal Justice Division (CJD): Direct Victim Services (included violent crimes against women) Juvenile Justice Services Mental Health Services Law Enforcement Services. 21

23 Where possible, data sources were identified to best drive analysis of regional needs with consideration to resource gaps, trends in type of problem, and priorities of relevant funding sources. 4.2 Regional Planning Stakeholder Meeting Participants The regional priorities identified in this Regional Strategic Plan were the result of direct input from the following stakeholders, whose participation is greatly appreciated: American Gateways Elizabeth Hartman American Youthworks David Clauss Austin Police Department Kachina Clark Kyran Fitzgerald Nick Wright Austin-Travis County Re-Entry Roundtable Jerijean Houchins Bastrop County Women's Shelter Lauren Jones Sherry Murphy Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes Kathy Kasparek Burnet County Debbie Carter Center for Child Protection Savanah Martinez City of Kyle Samantha Dean Genevieve Natal Community Action Network Vanessa Sarria Council on At-Risk Youth Adrian Moore Creative Action Patrick Torres Del Valle Independent School District Irma Guerra-Scott Diocese of Austin Doots Dufour Fayette County Janet Carrigan Girl Scouts of Central Texas-Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Renese Johnson Hays County Sheriff's Department Karly Watson Hays-Caldwell County Women's Center Michelle Ducote Elva Gonzalez Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center Alma Lahmon Hope Alliance Texas Patty Conner Kyle Police Department Jeff Barnett Lee County Delynn Peschke Llano County Ron Wilson Llano County Sheriff's Department John Neff Marble Falls Police Department Glen Hanson Robert Talamantes Ted Young Parent Sciences Institute Strick Strickland Pflugerville Police Department Shawn Brown Round Rock Police Department Mary Oliver 22

24 Rick White SafePlace Malisa DiGiacomo Hosie Washington SAHELI Catherina Conte San Marcos Police Department Robert Klett Roya Williamson Seedling Foundation Jennifer Bengali TCSO Amy Durall Mary Moran Texas interfaith Center for Public Policy Cara Chiodo Cindy Eigler TIFA Jennifer Erschabek Travis County Kirsha Haverlah Kasey Hoke Travis County Adult Probation Lila Oshatz Christie Williams Travis County Attorney's Office Megan Fox Adriana Trejos Travis County Counseling and Education Services Greta Gardner Travis County Criminal Courts Margaret Ledyard Travis County Criminal Courts Margaret Terronez Travis County District Attorney's Office Darla Gay Travis County Drug Diversion Court Sharon Caldwell-Hernandez Travis County Juvenile Probation Department Maya Duff Travis County Juvenile Probation Department Emmitt Hayes Travis County Sheriff's Department Cynthia Finnegan Travis County Sheriff's Department Michael Hemby Travis County Sheriff's Department Claire Phyllis Williamson County Juvenile Services Suzanne Folts Williamson County Sheriff's Department Dean Higginbotham Wilson County Child Advocacy Center Brenda Staples YWCA Greater Austin Laura Gomez-Horton 23

25 4.4 Regional Priorities The following are the regional priorities that CAPCOG identified with the assistance of the CJAC from its three stakeholder outreach meetings. Where possible or necessary, CAPCOG has provided additional research for identified regional priorities. Criminal Justice System Improvements Regional Priorities Technological Improvement projects that provide for equipment replacement and upgrade related to law enforcement vehicle dashboard cameras and radios Re-entry Services programs devoted to hiring and retaining case managers to help offenders re-enter society after incarceration Internet-based Crimes programs to train law enforcement officials on identifying and enforcing internet-based scams targeting financially vulnerable residents Juvenile Justice System Improvements Regional Priorities Victimized Youth programs to train staff in attending to psychologically and physically traumatized youth who enters into the juvenile justice system. Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) programs that provide direct assistance to CIPs Direct Victim Services Regional Priorities Increase in Number of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) programs aimed at subsidizing cost of SANE certification so that outer counties in the region will have better access to them; Bilingual Competency--Programs to further bilingual training for law enforcement officials so that accurate statements can be taken from those who are first responders for non-english speaking victims; Comprehensive Service Locations--Programs that emphasize funding comprehensive all-inone services at singular locations so that victims avoid the cost of moving between multiple victims assistance locations; Indirect Victim Assistance--Programs that provide information resources to indirect victims of crime (i.e., families of offenders who are left without primary income earner in the instance of incarceration); Affordable Housing Options program funding to increase the number of transitional nonemergency shelter and permanent supportive housing units in the region. Mental Health/Substance Treatment Regional Priorities Mental Health training to increase number of mental health officers and ability of LE officials to work with those diagnosed Affordable Housing Options program funding to increase the number of transitional nonemergency shelter and permanent supportive housing units in the region\ 24

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