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Title: Cumberland County JCPC


1
Juvenile Justice Update-2007
  • Cumberland County JCPC

2
Briefs on
  • Federal trends
  • State trends
  • Local programs/outcomes

3
Federal Trends
  • Pres. Bushs 2007-08 Budget calls for the
    elimination of OJJDP and the further slashing of
    juvenile justice funding
  • Since 2002, federal funding for juvenile justice
    in NC has dropped 53 (Title II, from 8 M in
    2002 to 3.8 in 2006-07)
  • OJJDP is Zeroed out in Pres. Bushs budget
    recommendation!!! JJ funding is cut (see next
    slide)

4
Pres. Bushs 2008 Budget calls for consolidation
of ALL the juvenile justice, prevention, Internet
crimes and exploitation against children, and
accountability dollars into a Child Safety and
Juvenile Justice Program discretionary grant
that eliminates OJJDP, and combines all juvenile
justice dollars into flexible discretionary
state block grants effectively reducing all
federal juvenile justice expenditures to 280
million in 08 His budget proposal also
decreases support for Safe and Drug Free Schools
(state grants) by 71 reduces federal support
both for substance abuse treatment (down 12) and
substance abuse prevention (down 19).
5
Pres. Bushs Recommended JJ Support
6
State Trends-Dept. of Corrections
  • January - December 2005 compared with January -
    December 2006 Population ...
  • Population at period end increased by 1104 (3)
  • Adult Male population increased by 955 (3)
  • Youth Male population increased by 58 (2)
  • Female population increased by 91 (3)
  • Total admissions ...
  • Total admissions for the period increased by 1180
    (4)
  • Adult Male admissions increased by 960 (5)
  • Youth Male admissions increased by 220 (7)
  • Female admissions were unchanged
  • Total exits ...
  • Total exits for the period increased by 940 (4)
  • Adult Male exits increased by 722 (4)
  • Youth Male exits increased by 142 (6)
  • Female exits increased by 76 (2)

7
Prison Population Estimates (DOC)
  • FISCAL PROJECTION YEAR as of June 30
  • Estimate Of Expanded Operating Prison Capacity
  • Projection Est. of Est. of
  • FY as of June 30 Expanded Cap. Standard
    Capacity
  • 2006 37,898 37,077 32,389
  • 2007 38,616 37,973 33,285
  • 2008 39,114 38,869 34,181
  • 2009 39,674 38,869 34,181
  • 2010 40,444 38,869 34,181
  • 2011 41,276 38,869 34,181
  • 2012 42,076 38,869 34,181
  • 2013 42,977 38,869 34,181
  • 2014 43,896 38,869 34,181
  • 2015 44,765 38,869 34,181
  • Prepared January 2006 By the Sentencing and
    Policy Advisory Commission in conjunction with
    the Department of Corrections Office of Research
    Planning

8
State Trends 2
9
Cumberland JCPC DJJDP System Flow Data
Delinquency Rates
10
Cumberland County Detention Admissions- Trend Data
95-96
2005-06
11
Cumberland JCPC Funded Programs
  • 7 Programs funded by the Council (2 additional
    programs are involved in the local funding
    picture the Cumberland Gang Prevention
    Partnership and the Demonstration
    Project/Commitment to Community Programs)
  • Juvenile Assessment Center 829-9017
  • Find A Friend 483-5944
  • Juvenile Court Outreach Court Psychologist
    321-3703
  • In-Home Therapy 323-2311
  • Fay/C.C. Juvenile Restitution 433-1020
  • H.O.P.E Program 437-9987
  • C.C. Teen Court 486-9465
  • DSS Group Care
  • Safe Landing 423-9863
  • Right Track 425-2232

Add Commitment to Community Programs Gang
Prevention Partnership Community Monitoring
Component to DRC/TEEN Court
12
Cumberland JCPC FY 07 Funding Plan (County Match
211,684.00 or 22)
13
Client Services, Admitted This Fiscal Year
  • Teen Court 82
  • DRC/Comm. Monitoring 100
  • Restitution 132
  • Right Track/Safe Landing 18
  • Juvenile Assessment Ctr 112/110 (Intake/CM)
  • H.O.P.E. 17
  • Juv. Ct. Outreach (CCMHC) 24/27/61

  • (Testing/In-Home/Counseling)
  • Find A Friend 27
  • Total To Date admitted 710 (duplicated)

14
Client Services (Termination Outcomes) on 802
Youth Served by Cumberland JCPC programming
  • Term reason
  • 74 Successful or Satisfactory Termination
  • 8.66 Unsuccessful
  • 4.58 Did not participate
  • 2.94 Removed, court action
  • 4.58 Family relocated
  • 1.47 Removed by parents
  • 3.76 Runaway Other
  • Termination Placement
  • 83.66 Home
  • 5.88 Group Care
  • 2.45 Placed w/relatives
  • 2 Foster Care
  • Remainder Eckerd, Secure Custody (lt1), YDC
    (lt1), Independent living, child care
    institution, Unknown)

Cost per child (all dollars) 2176 Cost per
child (DJJDP dollars only) 1173
15
Client Tracking Other Outcomes
  • Court Progress 52 had no new problems or no
    problems since referral
  • 6 had either a new delinquency or status offense
    petition filed
  • School Progress 40 had problems eliminated or
    significantly reduced
  • 16 reported problems as unchanged remainder did
    not identify school as problematic or their
    problems worsened
  • Home Progress 54 indicated problems reduced or
    eliminated
  • Remainder did not identify major home problems,
    or problems were unchanged/intensified/or other

16
Jan
July
Dec
17
  • Commitment to Community Programs Initiative
  • Intensive, wraparound program for Level III and
    very high risk Level II youth 86,312 DJJDP
    funds, 30,000 commitment from the Collaborative
    for wraparound and community supports if needed
  • ISN has successfully served 7 youth to date this
    fiscal year
  • 100 of the ISN clients remained enrolled in
    school
  • 80 of families working with ISN services showed
    improvement of parental involvement with their
    youth and services
  • ISN supports have decreased YDC commitments by
    40 (of those enrolled in the ISN program)
  • Resulting in substantial savings of DJJDP
    dollars (if these 7 had been committed to YDC
    for at least 1 year each, would cost the state
    upwards of 540,000)

18
Cumberland Gang Prevention Partnership
  • Partnership between DJJDP/CC CommuniCare Inc. and
    Cumberland County to implement a local version of
    OJJDPs Comprehensive Gang Model
  • Partner agencies include
  • CC Schools
  • CC Sheriffs Office
  • Fayetteville Police Department
  • Fayetteville Urban Ministry
  • 12th District DJJDP
  • DOC Adult Probation Parole (non-funded partner)
  • 4H of Cumberland County ( non-funded partner)

19
Cumberland Gang Prevention Partnership Gang
Related Crime Incidents Between July 1, 2005-June
30, 2006 Reported By The Fayetteville Police
Department
  • Although data indicate clusters of areas where
    gang related crime is occurring, gang related
    crime is happening throughout the county.
  • Gangs in this area, according to the data, are
    largely informal and have a distinct presence in
    our school system.

20
Youth Gang Activity Impact On Schools
  • As of November 30, 2006 more than 40 youth were
    reassigned to the alternative school for gang
    related incidents
  • Gang related offenses rank 4th for local
    disciplinary reassignments

21
Over-Representation of Children of Color
  • The over-representation of children of color in
    long-term suspension expulsion rates is
    alarming
  • CGPP is working with the H.O.P.E. program through
    Ramsey St. Alternative School to redesign its
    programming by employing Positive Behavioral
    Supports, Aggression Replacement Training and
    other services with high risk/needs youth with a
    concentration on African American males

22
Ongoing Concerns
  • Given the decline in YDC commitment across the
    state since 2000, Prevention / intervention funds
    should follow the youth to local counties
  • Need for stronger System of Care efforts to
    streamline referral, information management,
    service coordination and outcome monitoring
    (integrate Multiple Response, SOC, student
    services teams, etc.)
  • Over-representation of children of color remains
    a very disturbing condition in the community ---
    options like Detention Alternatives, use of
    objective risk assessments when considering
    secure detention, in-school suspension options
    among other ideas should be aggressively pursued
    along with INTENSIVE efforts to get the
    community and parents more involved in prevention
    / intervention strategies.
  • Need for more adolescent substance abuse
    outpatient and residential services

23
Successes
  • Our local council has strengthened its
    partnership with the Community Collaborative,
    Schools and others to implement Systems of Care
    projects within several schools throughout the
    county. Systems of Care assists the communitys
    need to build stronger child and family team
    integration (C F Teams, Student Services, etc.)
    across programs and services.
  • Our Commitment to Community Programs Initiative,
    ISN, has been fully integrated into local
    service options for very high risk/needs level II
    and level III youth through the 12th District
    DJJDP office. This partnership with CCMHC and the
    Collaborative has contributed to saving
    SUBSTANTIAL county/state dollars while focusing
    on public safety and developing parents capacity
    to maintain these youth in their community and
    school.
  • The Cumberland Gang Prevention Partnership has
    been successful in creating collaborative
    relationships throughout the county to address
    the growing problem of youth gang violence in our
    community.

24
Thank You!
  • Cumberland County Legislative Delegation
  • DJJDP
  • County of Cumberland Management, Finance,
    Legal, etc.
  • Governors Crime Commission
  • Cumberland Co. Mental Health / Collaborative
  • Faith organizations including Simon Temple AME,
    Lewis Chapel MBC, and others
  • DSS
  • Law Enforcement (Sheriff, FPD, DOC, ALE, ABC)
  • City of Fayetteville
  • United Way
  • Cumberland Community Foundation
  • And many, many others!
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