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Public Safety Final 1-15-10
1. Prison Operations
2. Community Corrections
3. Emergency Readiness
4. Worker Safety
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Public Safety
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 1. Prison Operations

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - Rate of Violent Infractions1.0 Per 100 Offenders1.06DOCPrison violence reduction strategies implemented in April 2008 continue to result in fewer violent infractions. Four major prisons achieved significant reductions in violence. Data is for 1st Quarter FY10.
1.2 - Average Energy Use1,870.5 Kilowatt-hour Per Offender 1,907.6DOCIn FY09 energy consumption was 8% lower than the FY03 base year, less than the 10% reduction target, but achieved despite an 11% increase in occupied square footage. Six prisons reduced energy use. Data is for FY09.
1.3 - Participation in Prison Reentry Programs9 of 9 Reentry Programs7 of 9DOCAll 7 evidence-based programs are on track to meet targets. The 2 promising programs are behind target because of funding and transition issues but are expected to meet the targets by the end of FY10. Data is for Q1 FY10.

 2. Community Corrections

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - Offender Re-Offense Rate10% or Less7%DOCSlight drop in the rate may be normal fluctuation or due to policy changes that reduces the population on community supervision. This will affect the composition of this measure going forward. Data is for offenders released Jan-Mar 2009.
2.2 - Timely Intake Process90%90%DOCPerformance is meeting the 90% target after dropping as low as 70% as DOC implemented the new OMNI case management system. Data is for September 2009.
2.3 - Participation in Community Reentry Programs5 of 5 Reentry Programs4 of 4DOCAll 4 evidence-based programs are on track to meet targets. The one promising program is behind target because of funding and transition issues but is expected to meet the target by the end of FY10. Data is for Q1 FY10.

 3. Emergency Readiness

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
3.1 - Emergency Operations Center Capability99.9%99.9%MILAlthough current capability is at 99.9% (8.75 hours per year of downtime), this could go down in the future due to loss of federal funding. Data is current as of December 1, 2009.
3.2 - Students Trained by the Fire Training Academy1,037894WSPThe number of students trained in the third quarter 2009 is 36% lower than in the same period of 2008, dropping to 894 from 1,386. The economy continues to impact fire departments’ use of the training academy. Data is for 3rd Quarter 2009.
3.5 - Statewide Response-Level Communications5.0 by 20133.2WSP, DIS, MILThe state is making steady progress in improving interoperability. The interoperable sharing of wireless data continues to lag behind the interoperability of voice communications. Data is for 3rd Quarter 2009.

 4. Worker Safety

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
4.1 - Workplace Fatalities3.0 Per 100,000 Workers2.7L&IThe national target set by the CDC for 2010 is 3.2. Washington is in the lowest third of states nationally at 2.7. The 70 workplace fatalities in 2008 is one of the lowest ever recorded.