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1 Drug and Alcohol Treatment-Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment Programs (Levels 3 and 4) A county intermediate punishment (CIP) sentence is a direct sentencing alternative that falls somewhere between probation and incarceration (or confinement). CIP sentences are a diversion from county correctional institutions for non-violent offenders. Drug and alcohol treatment-based county restrictive intermediate (D&A RIP) sentences are CIP sentences directed toward offenders who are dependent on drugs or alcohol. D&A RIP is a component of a CIP sentence that is clinically prescribed. Both programs are county-based but have different focuses. Participating Counties During Fiscal Year , 32 programs in 33 counties were awarded $16.2 million by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) for authorized drug and alcohol treatment-based restrictive county intermediate punishment programs (levels three and four of the sentencing guidelines). PCCD provides program authorization and is responsible for administering funds. Participating counties during this referenced period included: Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Crawford Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Erie Jefferson Lackawanna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York 1

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3 Highlights Program success can be measured in a number of ways. How many offenders successfully completed the program? How many incarceration days were saved? What were the financial benefits of utilizing D&A RIP as a sentencing alternative compared to incarceration? How well did counties estimates and targets meet actual activities? Overall, 1,679 offenders were sentenced to D&A RIP during Fiscal Year There was an average of 2,581 offenders active in the program each quarter during this period. Sixty-four percent of the offenders in D&A RIP successfully completed their programs. A total of 755,938 incarceration days were saved using the D&A RIP sentencing alternative. This computes to an average of 293 jail days saved per active offender. Counties expended $16,154,836 in PCCD funds for D&A RIP programs. An average of $6,259 was expended per active offender. If offenders had been incarcerated in county jails, the costs would have totaled more than $45 million or $17,553 per active offender. Comparatively, total costs for state prison would have equaled nearly $69 million or $26,670 per active offender. 3

4 Sentenced Offenders During Fiscal Year , 1,679 offenders were sentenced to D&A RIP. The number of sentenced offenders ranged from three in Centre to 591 in Philadelphia. Overall, fewer offenders were sentenced to D&A RIP than anticipated. During this time period, 78 percent of target figures for offenders sentenced were met statewide. However, seven counties surpassed their reported estimates. Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Craw ford Cumberland Dauphin Delaw are Erie Jefferson Lackaw anna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Percent of Anticipated Number of Offenders Sentenced to D&A RIP Realized: Pennsylvania Fiscal Year Lackawanna = 1,375% 0% 50% 100% 150% 200% 250% Offenders Sentenced to Drug and Alcohol Restrictive Intermediate Punishment: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Number of Offenders Sentenced Percent of Target Realized Number of Offenders Sentenced Percent of Target Realized Pennsylvania 1,679 78% Allegheny % Lackawanna 275 1,375% Armstrong/Indiana 13 37% Lebanon 15 31% Berks % Lehigh 24 60% Blair % Luzerne 30 68% Bradford 17 71% Lycoming 35 88% Bucks % Montgomery 19 24% Butler 21 40% Northampton 6 30% Centre 3 75% Northumberland 34 34% Chester 26 19% Philadelphia % Clarion 10 63% Schuylkill 11 55% Crawford 30 25% Tioga 6 38% Cumberland % Warren % Dauphin 62 31% Washington 14 35% Delaware 37 31% Westmoreland 27 45% Erie 4 50% Wyoming 14 88% Jefferson 13 54% York 24 48% Note: Percent of Target Realized is based upon projected and actual figures provided by each county. 4

5 Active Offenders There was an average of 2,581 offenders active in D&A RIP each quarter during Fiscal Year On the lower end of the scale, Centre reported a quarterly average of one active offender. Meanwhile, Philadelphia averaged over 1,000, Allegheny and Lackawanna Counties over 200, and Delaware over 100 active offenders each quarter. Statewide, there were 47 percent more active offenders than anticipated. Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Crawford Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Erie Jefferson Lackawanna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Quarterly Average Number of Active Offenders in D&A RIP: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year Philadelphia = 1, Quarterly Average Number of Active Offenders in Drug and Alcohol Restrictive Intermediate Punishment: Pennsylvania Quarterly Average Number Percent of Target Realized Pennsylvania 2, % Quarterly Average Number Percent of Target Realized Allegheny % Lackawanna % Armstrong/Indiana 13 23% Lebanon % Berks 9 63% Lehigh % Blair % Luzerne 31 68% Bradford % Lycoming % Bucks % Montgomery 18 50% Butler % Northampton 4 85% Centre 1 50% Northumberland 65 72% Chester % Philadelphia 1, % Clarion % Schuylkill % Crawford 15 51% Tioga % Cumberland % Warren % Dauphin 42 77% Washington % Delaware % Westmoreland 25 49% Erie 8 41% Wyoming % Jefferson % York 20 78% Note: Percent of Target Realized is based upon projected and actual figures provided by each county. 5

6 Outcomes Offenders may successfully complete their D&A RIP treatment programs or they may be terminated due to new arrests, technical violations, or other reasons. In Fiscal Year , 1,312 offenders either successfully completed or were terminated from D&A RIP. Eighteen counties reported more than half of offenders successfully completed D&A RIP. The statewide success rate was 64 percent. Overall, 10 percent of offenders were terminated from the programs due to a new arrest, 17 percent were terminated due to technical violations, and 8 percent were terminated for other reasons. Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Crawford Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Erie Jefferson Lackawanna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Percent of Offenders Successfully Completing D&A RIP: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year % 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 6

7 Number of Offenders Successfully Completed or Terminated from Drug and Alcohol Treatment-Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year Successful Completions Unsuccessful Terminations Total Percent Successful Completions Pennsylvania ,312 64% Allegheny % Armstrong/Indiana % Berks % Blair % Bradford % Bucks % Butler % Centre % Chester % Clarion % Crawford % Cumberland % Dauphin % Delaware % Erie % Jefferson % Lackawanna % Lebanon % Lehigh % Luzerne % Lycoming % Montgomery % Northampton % Northumberland % Philadelphia % Schuylkill % Tioga % Warren % Washington % Westmoreland % Wyoming % York % Note: Total = Successful Completions and Unsuccessful Terminations from D&A RIP. 7

8 Incarceration Days Saved Counties reported a total of 755,938 incarceration days saved through D&A RIP from July 2008 through June Jail days saved ranged from 94 days in Centre to 466,081 days in Philadelphia. A total of 293 incarceration days were saved per active offender during this period. Days saved per active offender ranged from 33 days in Lackawanna to 764 days in Bradford. Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Craw ford Cumberland Dauphin Delaw are Erie Jefferson Lackaw anna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Number of Incarceration Days Saved Per Active Offender in D&A RIP: Pennyslvania, Fiscal Year Percent of Anticipated Incarceration Days Saved Realized: Pennyslvania, Fiscal Year A number of counties reported greater savings than anticipated. Blair s total incarceration days saved was more than four times the targeted figure. However, statewide, 44 percent fewer incarceration days were saved than anticipated. Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Craw ford Cumberland Dauphin Delaw are Erie Jefferson Lackaw anna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York 0% 100% 200% 300% 400% 500% 8

9 Jail Days Saved Per Number of Active Offenders in Drug and Alcohol Treatment Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year Total Jail Days Saved Percent of Target Realized Jail Days Saved Per Active Offender Pennsylvania 755,938 56% 293 Total Jail Days Saved Percent of Target Realized Jail Days Saved Per Active Offender Allegheny 64, % 311 Lackawanna 7, % 33 Armstrong/Indiana 4,999 31% 392 Lebanon 8, % 360 Berks 2,671 95% 305 Lehigh 10, % 347 Blair 5, % 134 Luzerne 5, % 184 Bradford 17, % 764 Lycoming 1,939 7% 46 Bucks 3, % 262 Montgomery 4,947 25% 283 Butler 9,427 73% 299 Northampton 1,430 79% 336 Centre 94 15% 188 Northumberland 17, % 276 Chester 18,527 57% 324 Philadelphia 466,081 53% 365 Clarion 3, % 206 Schuylkill 13,064 33% 360 Crawford 3,610 23% 237 Tioga 5,372 41% 241 Cumberland 12,420 86% 209 Warren 4,243 44% 93 Dauphin 4,786 51% 113 Washington 6, % 309 Delaware 29,925 31% 217 Westmoreland 5,929 40% 242 Erie 1,530 24% 185 Wyoming 5,870 87% 326 Jefferson 2, % 168 York 6,946 31% 356 Note: Percent of Target Realized is based upon projected and actual figures provided by each county. Active Offenders = number of offenders each quarter / # of quarters. 9

10 Cost Savings D&A RIP is cost-effective statewide. In comparing equivalent costs to incarcerate offenders in county jail or state prison, incarceration costs are greater than funds awarded to counties for D&A RIP. Awards expended for D&A RIP totaled $16,154,836 during Fiscal Year , or $6,259 per active offender. The total equivalent costs to incarcerate offenders for the 755,938 incarceration days saved would have exceeded $45 million for county jails or more than $68 million for state prison. These figures compute to $17,553 in equivalent county jail costs or $26,670 in equivalent state prison costs per active offender. PCCD Grant Funds Expended and Equivalent Incarceration Costs for Days Saved: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year PCCD Award Equivalent Equivalent Expended Jail Costs State Prison Costs Per Active Per Active Per Active Total Offender Total Offender Total Offender Pennsylvania $16,154,836 $6,259 $45,304,782 $17,553 $68,835,714 $26,670 Allegheny $1,582,848 $7,674 $3,271,038 $15,860 $5,840,406 $28,317 Armstrong/Indiana $273,499 $21,451 $279,944 $21,956 $455,209 $35,703 Berks $274,396 $31,360 $147,439 $16,850 $243,221 $27,797 Blair $251,993 $6,420 $189,540 $4,829 $479,431 $12,215 Bradford $171,277 $7,698 $844,220 $37,942 $1,548,020 $69,574 Bucks $132,769 $9,001 $270,900 $18,366 $352,402 $23,892 Butler $280,176 $8,894 $603,328 $19,153 $858,423 $27,252 Centre $8,745 $17,490 $6,392 $12,784 $8,560 $17,119 Chester $594,137 $10,378 $1,445,106 $25,242 $1,687,069 $29,468 Clarion $151,239 $9,757 $191,880 $12,379 $291,210 $18,788 Crawford $208,670 $13,683 $234,650 $15,387 $328,727 $21,556 Cumberland $223,798 $3,761 $720,360 $12,107 $1,130,965 $19,008 Dauphin $216,706 $5,129 $363,736 $8,609 $435,813 $10,315 Delaware $426,373 $3,095 $1,713,206 $12,437 $2,724,971 $19,782 Erie $105,041 $12,732 $97,920 $11,869 $139,322 $16,887 Jefferson $292,253 $19,484 $101,000 $6,733 $229,927 $15,328 Lackawanna $346,908 $1,599 $333,638 $1,538 $660,458 $3,044 Lebanon $704,846 $29,678 $324,900 $13,680 $778,563 $32,782 Lehigh $770,553 $25,264 $762,264 $24,992 $964,052 $31,608 Luzerne $246,307 $8,076 $493,328 $16,175 $510,482 $16,737 Lycoming $356,858 $8,446 $106,645 $2,524 $176,565 $4,179 Montgomery $415,564 $23,747 $207,774 $11,873 $450,474 $25,741 Northampton $132,763 $31,238 $108,680 $25,572 $130,216 $30,639 Northumberland $260,000 $4,000 $772,237 $11,881 $1,635,347 $25,159 Philadelphia $5,535,965 $4,333 $44,743,776 $35,024 $42,441,336 $33,222 Schuylkill $274,529 $7,573 $496,432 $13,695 $1,189,608 $32,817 Tioga $408,185 $18,345 $494,224 $22,212 $489,174 $21,985 Warren $166,090 $3,650 $267,309 $5,875 $386,368 $8,492 Washington $347,475 $17,374 $222,372 $11,119 $562,478 $28,124 Westmoreland $612,577 $25,003 $391,314 $15,972 $539,895 $22,037 Wyoming $180,020 $10,001 $346,330 $19,241 $534,522 $29,696 York $202,276 $10,373 $414,746 $21,269 $632,503 $32,436 Equivalent cost calculations based on reported total incarceration days saved and most recent county jail average daily cost (2008) per inmate or daily state prison cost ( ) of $ Cost data are reported to the PA Department of Corrections. Active Offenders = total active offenders / number of quarters reported. 10

11 D&A RIP Grant Funds Expended and Equivalent Incarceration Costs Per Active Offender in D&A RIP: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Craw ford Cumberland Dauphin Delaw are Erie Jefferson Lackaw anna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Bradford = $69,574 D&A RIP Funds Expended Jail Equivalent Costs State Prison Equivalent Costs $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 11

12 Awards and Expenditures Counties apply for D&A RIP funding based on anticipated number of offenders sentenced and active in their programs during the upcoming fiscal year. Almost threequarters of the counties met those expectations and were able to expend 100 percent of their awards. However, Centre, Delaware, Lackawanna, Northampton, Schuylkill, and Tioga counties spent less than 90 percent of their awards. Statewide, 98 percent of the D&A RIP awards were expended during Fiscal Year Allegheny Armstrong/Indiana Berks Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Centre Chester Clarion Crawford Cumberland Dauphin Delaware Erie Jefferson Lackawanna Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne Lycoming Montgomery Northampton Northumberland Philadelphia Schuylkill Tioga Warren Washington Westmoreland Wyoming York Percent of D&A RIP Awards Expended: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year % 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 12

13 D&A RIP Awards and Expenditures: Pennsylvania, Fiscal Year Initial Award Adjusted Initial Award (when appropriate) Actual Award (Final Expenditures) Percent Expended Initial Award Adjusted Initial Award (when appropriate) Actual Award (Final Expenditures) Percent Expended Pennsylvania $16,805,000 $16,484,000 $16,154,836 98% Allegheny $1,422,698 $1,582,848 $1,582, % Lackawanna $396,629 $396,629 $346,908 87% Armstrong/Indiana $312,431 $273,499 $273, % Lebanon $704,846 $704,846 $704, % Berks $311,814 $274,396 $274, % Lehigh $778,336 $770,553 $770, % Blair $365,173 $251,993 $251, % Luzerne $255,627 $255,627 $246,307 96% Bradford $190,308 $171,277 $171, % Lycoming $356,858 $356,858 $356, % Bucks $145,900 $132,769 $132, % Montgomery $519,423 $415,564 $415, % Butler $280,176 $280,176 $280, % Northampton $307,687 $182,437 $132,763 73% Centre $39,640 $17,838 $8,745 49% Northumberland $260,000 $260,000 $260, % Chester $468,972 $594,216 $594, % Philadelphia $5,535,965 $5,535,965 $5,535, % Clarion $127,792 $151,239 $151, % Schuylkill $337,608 $314,548 $274,529 87% Crawford $225,950 $208,670 $208, % Tioga $466,858 $466,858 $408,185 87% Cumberland $223,798 $223,798 $223, % Warren $137,130 $166,090 $166, % Dauphin $216,706 $216,706 $216, % Washington $369,654 $347,475 $347, % Delaware $496,106 $496,106 $426,373 86% Westmoreland $612,577 $612,577 $612, % Erie $207,718 $116,822 $105,041 90% Wyoming $180,020 $180,020 $180, % Jefferson $323,324 $323,324 $292,253 90% York $227,276 $202,276 $202, % 13

14 Four Year Data Summary of Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol Treatment-Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment Program: to Measure Number of Programs/Counties 26/27 26/27 32/33 32/33 Award Expended $15,058,220 $15,578,311 $17,218,338 $16,154,836 Offenders Sentenced 1,130 1,191 1,520 1,679 Active Offenders (quarterly average) 1,615 1,817 2,207 2,581 Successful Completions % Successful Completions 51% 51% 60% 64% Incarceration Days Saved 540, , , ,938 Average Days Saved per Active Offender Award Expended per Active Offender $9,327 $8,572 $7,803 $6,259 Equivalent Jail Cost per Active Offender $17,592 $17,712 $19,187 $17,553 Equivalent State Prison Cost per Active Offender $28,443 $28,898 $29,712 $26,670 14

15 A Brief Comparison of Intermediate Punishment and Drug and Alcohol Treatment-Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment Characteristic Definition / Primary Purpose Legislative Authority Type of Programs Eligibility Number of Counties Participating Funding Intermediate Punishment IP programs are a direct sentencing alternative that falls somewhere between probation and incarceration. Pennsylvania s Intermediate Punishment Act of 1990 Intensive supervision House arrest Electronic monitoring Work release Community service Outpatient or residential drug and alcohol detoxification and treatment. Offenders - Would otherwise be incarcerated in a county correctional facility; -Are convicted of non-violent offenses; and -Do not demonstrate past or present patterns of violent behavior. Drug and Alcohol/Treatment-Based Restrictive Intermediate Punishment D&A RIP is a component of a county IP sentence that is clinically prescribed. Drug and alcohol treatment programs as well as strict supervision of the offenders are elements of this sentence. Revisions to 1994 PA Sentencing Guidelines Any of the examples (except community service) under county IP that: -House the offender full- or part-time; -Significantly restrict the offender s movement and monitor the offender s compliance with the program; or -Involve a combination of programs that meet the standards set forth above. Only for offenders falling under levels 3 or 4 of the PA Sentencing Guidelines. Diagnostic assessment of dependency on alcohol or drugs conducted by one of the following: PA Dept of Health s Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs or a designee; the county authority on drugs and alcohol or a designee; or clinical personnel of a facility licensed by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs projects (33 counties) In Fiscal Year , the Pennsylvania General Assembly appropriated $5.3 million to support new county IP programs. These funds were administered through the PA Board of Probation and Parole. From to , the General Assembly continued to appropriate $5.3 million to county IP programs. Beginning in , funds totaled $3.1 million per year. During Fiscal Year , $3.4 million funds were appropriated. These funds are administered by the PCCD. The primary purpose is to support county IP consistent with the PA Sentencing Guidelines. In Fiscal Year , the Pennsylvania General Assembly appropriated $10 million to support the development and implementation of drug and alcohol treatment-based RIP programs. In the appropriation was increased to $11 million. Funding remained at that level for The funding was increased to $13 million beginning in specifically for the treatment of offenders who fall under levels 3 and 4 of the PA Sentencing Guidelines. Funding was raised to $15.8 million in It equaled nearly $15.2 million in and approached $17.6 million in

16 Appendix: Methodology Performance Measure Sentenced Offenders Active Offenders Average Active Offenders Incarceration Days Saved Definition The total number of offenders sentenced to the D&A RIP program, reported quarterly by D&A RIP programs through the EGrants system. Data provided by PCCD. The total number of offenders active in the D&A RIP program, reported quarterly by D&A RIP programs through the EGrants system. Data provided by PCCD. Average number of active offenders per quarter. Total active offenders divided by the number of quarters reported. The number of days offenders are not incarcerated because of D&A RIP programs, reported quarterly by the programs through the EGrants system. Data provided by PCCD. PCCD Award Expended PCCD funds that were expended by each program to support D&A RIP. Data provided by PCCD. Equivalent Jail Costs Equivalent State Prison Costs Initial Award Actual Award (Final Expenditures) Percent of Anticipated Number of Offenders Sentenced to D&A RIP Realized Percent of Anticipated Days Saved Realized The number of incarceration days saved multiplied by the county average daily county jail cost. jail costs were obtained through the PA Department of Corrections website or, when unavailable, directly from the county. When 2008 data was not available, the most recent county jail costs were used. The number of incarceration days saved for each county multiplied by the state s average daily prison cost of $91.06 for Data taken from PA Department of Correction s 2009 Cost & Population report. Initial funds awarded to D&A RIP programs from PCCD. Data provided by PCCD. PCCD funds that were expended by each program to support D&A RIP. Data provided by PCCD. Number of actual offenders sentenced to D&A RIP divided by the number of projected offenders. Number of actual days saved divided by the number of projected days saved. 16

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