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Public Safety Final 12-08-10 -   2.1.a - Re-Offenses By Crime Type

 
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Public Safety Final 12-08-10
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2.1.a - Re‐offenses by Crime Type

Does community supervision influence criminal behavior?

 
 
 
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Data Notes

 

Data Source:

Offender Management Network Information (OMNI). 

Measure Definition:

Offenders on active supervision during the reporting period that were convicted of new DOC supervision eligible crimes.

Target Rationale:

The 10% re-offense rate for April-June 2007 was adopted as the agency benchmark. Revised target from 10% to 7% starting Jan-Mar 2010 reporting period to reflect recent trends.

Link to Agency Strategic Plan:

Maintain core correctional operations

Relevance:

See Summary Analysis

Also Available

 

Action Plan:

No

Extended Analysis:

No

 

 Analysis

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Re-offenses by Crime Type

  • The breakdown by crime types has remained relatively consistent over the past fiscal year; except for the impacts of ESSB 5288 which went into effect in July 2009.