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Public Safety Final 12-15-11
1. Prison Operations
2. Community Corrections
3. Emergency Readiness
4. Worker Safety
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 1. Prison Operations

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - Rate of Violent Infractions1.0 Per 100 Offenders0.93DOCThe 0.93 rate for violent infractions in Quarter 1 of FY 2012 is up slightly from 0.90 for FY 2011. This can be attributed to several fights at Airway Heights and Coyote Ridge in August. DOC is also in the process of implementing provisions of ESB 5907.
1.2 - Average Energy Use1,870.5 Kilowatt-hour Per Offender 1,643.44DOCIn CY10, energy consumption was 21% lower than the FY03 base year, and 12% lower than the reduction target. 9 of the 12 prisons achieved lower energy use compared to the reduction target. Data are for CY10, updated annually.
1.3 - Participation in Prison Reentry Programs7 of 7 Reentry Programs7 of 7DOC6 out of 6 evidence-based programs are on track for FY 2011 targets, along with a promising program (Partners in Parenting). FY 2012 budget reductions reduced program opportunities for offenders from previous years.

 2. Community Corrections

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - Offender Re-Offense Rate7% or Less7%DOCThe 7% re-offense rate has held steady for the last two years. For this reporting period, the re-offense rate for offenders on community supervision remains at 7% for the most current data available through March 2011.
2.2 - Timely Intake Process90%91%DOCFor FY 2012 Q1 staff exceeded the target, with an average of 91% of intakes completed within 30 days. The latest data is through September 2011.
2.3 - Participation in Community Reentry Programs5 of 5 Reentry Programs5 of 5DOC4 of 4 evidence-based programs are on track to meet FY 2012 targets, along with one promising program. Reduced program opportunities may increase violation risk of community supervision by offenders unable to meet programming and treatment requirements.

 3. Emergency Readiness

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
3.1 - Statewide Response-Level Communications5 3.85 WSPEfforts to coordinate and direct multiple agencies responding in emergency situations improves at an uneven rate across the state. National goal is for urban areas to engage in seamless command and communications within one hour of an emergency event.
3.2 - Students Trained by the Fire Training Academy2200 projected2421WSPThe FTA exceeded its quarterly projection due to an increase in short term classes (one-two days) offered at the Training Academy.
3.3 - Next Generation 911100% by 201145%MILOn track to migrate all 64 Public Safety Answering Points to the upgraded Emergency Services Information Nework (ESIN) to accommodate new communications technologies. State role is to maintain and upgrade the network. Local role is to operate the PSAPs.

 4. Worker Safety

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
4.1 - Workplace Fatalities2.0 Per 100,000 Workers by 20152.8L&IThe national target set by the CDC for 2010 is 3.2. Washington is in the lowest third of states nationally at 2.8. Washington State has reported 40 workplace fatalities from January 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011.