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The Criminal Justice Service Department compiles statistical information to learn how we can better serve the community. This information is then given to the illustrate the effectiveness of the Community Corrections Program.

See how the Mesa County Community Corrections program compares to all other Community Corrections programs in Colorado:

Pursuant to state statute, the Division of Criminal Justice completed a baseline measurement of program risk factors in 2003.  Subsequently, follow-up analyses were conducted in 2004, 2006, and 2007.  After revisions to the Risk Factor Analysis model in 2008, another analysis was conducted in 2009, 2010 and now in 2011.  The risk factor analysis, as revised, is a multi-dimensional review of program performance on 25 independent measures.  This report summarizes the risk factor analysis scores for 32 community corrections programs.    The overall results are indicated in the body of this report.

Current Division of Criminal Justice Risk Factor Analysis

2010 

  • $291,005 in restitution paid to victims.
  • 1,621 clients completed 100,114 hours of Useful Public Service work valued at $728,830.
  • Pretrial Services conducted 2,650 interviews in the Mesa County Detention Facility.
  • The residential program had a successful completion rate of 73% while the non-residential successful completion rate was over 68%.
  • $1,641,040 was saved in Jail costs through CJSD alternative programs.

Program Average Daily Population
Net Revenue
Community Corrections 171 $470,843
Useful Public Service

1,629

 $0
Pretrial Services 149 -$252,121
Community Based Services 338 -$252,121
Administration N/A -$513,034
Treatment 35 $108,758
Total 2,322   -$656,030  

2009

  • $293,366 in restitution paid to victims.
  • 1,575 clients completed 48,795 hours of Useful Public Service work valued at $355,227.
  • Pretrial Services conducted 3,492 interviews in the detention facility.
  • The residential program had a successful completion rate of 83% while the non-residential successful completion rate was over 75%.
  • $1,506,720 was saved in Jail costs through CJSD alternative programs.

Program Average Daily Population
Net Revenue
Community Corrections 158  $458,168
Useful Public Service

1,898

 $0
Pretrial Services 114 -$252,088
Community Based Services 333 -$243,221
Administration N/A -$506,042
Treatment 35 $45,976
Total 2,538 -$496,818  

  
2008

  • $382,878 in restitution paid to victims.
  • 1,547 clients completed 53,883 hours of Useful Public Service work valued at $378,259.
  • Pretrial Services conducted 3,114 interviews in the detention facility.
  • The residential program had a successful completion rate of 74% while the non-residential successful completion rate was over 80%.
  • $1,115,440 was saved in Jail costs through CJSD alternative programs.
Program Average Daily Population
Net Revenue
Community Corrections 159  $685,161
Useful Public Service 2019   $0
Pretrial Services 109 -$257,342
Community Based Services 357 -$160,122
Administration N/A -$535,259
Treatment 20 -$4,536)
Total 2,662 -$272,098



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