Pinellas County Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) 2016 Work Plan

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1 Work Plan JDAI Strategy: Identify what sources of data would be needed to provide a full picture of the identified problems. March Identify and analyze a sample of youth from each quarter to see why the data presents this way. Reduce the number of youth Failing to Appear in court, and reduce FTA s PUO s that lead to admissions to secure detention. Failure to Appears (FTA s) FTA s resulting in admission to secure detention: Quarter 2 58 youth admitted Quarter 1 71 youth admitted Quarter 4 42 youth admitted Quarter 3 51 youth admitted Quarter 2 35 youth admitted Quarter 1 47 youth admitted Identify best practices utilized throughout the JDAI network that could provide insight on addressing the issue. Identify best practices utilized throughout the JDAI network that could provide insight on addressing the issue. Implement court date live reminder calls. If barrier to attend court identified, notify DJJ and court to explore alternatives to PUO/Secure Detention. If barrier to attend court identified is transportation related, assist with bus pass. If barrier to attend court identified is transportation related, assist with taxi. March March TBD In Progress training of temporary worker start of the live reminder calls TBD- County working on acceptable bids 1 P a g e

2 JDAI Strategy: Reduce the number of youth admitted to secure detention. Felony Property offenses resulted in the following admissions to secure detention: Quarter youth admitted (28% of offenses ) Quarter youth admitted (44% of offenses ) Quarter youth admitted (30% of offenses ) Quarter youth admitted (35% of offenses ) Quarter youth admitted (35% of offenses ) Quarter youth admitted (32% of offenses ) Arrests for Grand Theft of A Motor Vehicle a Felony Property offense is increasing in Pinellas and impacting policies and admissions to secure detention. Between April 1- June, in Pinellas there were 58 detention stays associated with auto theft charges. Between January 1- March, in Pinellas there were 72 detention stays associated with auto theft charges. (20% of statewide detention stays for auto theft) with an Average Length of Stay of 15.3 Days For youth residing in Pinellas County, between FY & FY , the number of arrests for which auto theft was the most serious charge increased from 195 to 337. (73% percentage change) Identify what sources of data would be needed to provide a full picture of the identified problems. Discussion on what we want to know from the information presented. Identify and analyze a sample of youth from each quarter to see why the data presents this way. Identify best practices utilized throughout the JDAI network that could provide insight on addressing the issue. May Initial discussion phase 2 P a g e

3 A Fiscal Year to Date analysis, comparing July 1, 2014 March 31, to July 1, - March 31, shows a continuation of this trend, with a 46.5% increase in arrest where auto theft as the most serious charge (215 to 315). 279 individual Pinellas youth were charged with auto theft during the ninemonth period. Auto theft referrals in Pinellas County accounted for 18% of the statewide increase in auto theft referrals during the nine-month period. Gang affiliation or membership is more common among Pinellas youth charged with auto theft; 6% of youth statewide with auto theft charges have gang involvement compared to 14% in Pinellas County % of Pinellas County youth charged with auto theft during the nine-month period had no prior delinquency records, compared to 22.0% statewide. 3 P a g e

4 JDAI Strategy: Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC)/ Racial & Ethnic Disparities (RED) Identify and reduce any disparities in Race and Ethnicity which may be present throughout the local juvenile justice continuum. Total admissions to secure detention: Quarter 2 - Total Admissions: 62% Black; 9% Hispanic/Latino 27% White Quarter 1 Total Admissions: 66% Black; 12% Hispanic/Latino; 22% were White Quarter 4 Total Admissions: 69% Black; 8% Hispanic/Latino; 23% White Quarter 3 Total Admissions: 71% Black; 4% Hispanic/Latino; 24% White Pinellas Total Youth Population: 17% Black; 15% Hispanic/Latino; 64% White Identify what sources of data would be needed to provide a full picture of the identified problems. Juvenile Justice Citizens Academy: ten-week course that demystifies the juvenile justice system Juvenile Justice Citizens Academy Alumni meeting: Continue to engage prior participant and recruit volunteers for future initiatives. Resource building- building a comprehensive list of available resources in the community. DMC/RED DMC/RED DMC/RED DMC/RED workgroup TBD To be held yearly in the Spring and Fall, starting 2017 To be held quarterly. First meeting is 15, October. Last Academy June 6, In Progress 4 P a g e

5 JDAI Strategy: Conditions of Confinement (CoC) Using the Juvenile Detention Facility Assessment (CHAPTERS) instrument, identify areas of improvement within the Pinellas Regional Detention Center that will align with the JDAI model, and exceed all local and federal standards. Current DJJ Detention Centers meet the required State and local standards, but do not meet JDAI standards which EXCEED Federal, State & Local standards. Identify and train all CoC team members. Have all CoC team members sign confidentiality agreement. Screen any non-djj CoC team members. Send all FOP s, and corresponding documents in preparation for the audit. Create a tentative schedule and send to Statewide Coordinator. Ensure any traveling CoC team members send travel authorizations to Statewide Coordinator. Have all facility documents/ reports, CHAPTERS instrument, Detention Staff, and youth ready for audit. / Bishop October May May May May May May Conduct audit. COC Team June 8-17 th Have all CoC team members submit their final instruments to local coordinator. Submit final CoC audit report to Statewide Coordinator. June 30 th August Release approved report to the JDAI Executive Committee and the Juvenile Detention Center Minnora Bishop TBD 5 P a g e

6 JDAI Strategy: Alternatives to Secure Detention (ATSD) Alternative DJJ supervision for youth who otherwise would be held in secure detention. Implement Intensive Home Detention Program (IHDP) as ATSD. ATSD - On hiatus due to staffing Evening Reporting Center (ERC) pilot program approved by JDAI Executive Committee and Pinellas County. ATSD October Development of an ERC. ATSD Alternative programming for youth who are moderate and moderate-high risk to reoffend who otherwise would be held in secure detention. Solidify all programming and organizational information for the structure of the ERC. MOU between Pinellas County, PERC, DJJ and St. Peter Police. Get DJJ legal to review all documents for approval. ATSD Bishop Create alternatives to secure detention that align with the JDAI model, and the local mission. Alternative to secure detention home detention with electronic monitoring Opening of pilot Evening Reporting Center in St. Pete to serve up to 10 males a day. Pinellas County Sheriff s Office will be providing and supervising electronic monitoring of youth release from secure detention to home detention by the Court. (Will be available for court to order for all statutorily eligible youth) Analyze data to determine effectiveness and consequences of increased use of EM. ATSD October - PCSO/Court/DJJ June ATSD August 6 P a g e

7 JDAI Strategy: School Based Referrals Pinellas County has a high rate and number of school based arrests. SY -16 Pinellas rated an 8.2 (state average is 5.6 arrests per 1,000 students) Discussion on what we want to know from the information presented. / Reform ist November SY of school based arrests in Pinellas were for disorderly conduct. SY -16 Arrests for a school based offenses = 447 arrests Identify and reduce school based referrals. SY Arrests for a school based offenses = 599 arrests Analyze data. November SY Referral to civil citation for a school based offenses = 245 referrals SY Several schools in Pinellas were in top 40 statewide by volume of arrest: Fitzgerald Middle (#2 with 47 arrest) Richard L. Sanders (#5 with 42 arrests) St. Petersburg High (38 arrests) Pinellas Secondary (30 arrests) Pinellas Park High (28 arrests) Training for School Resource Officers (SRO) in South Pinellas on Trauma informed care/restorative practices. / Gulfcoast Jewish Family and Community Services Initial training: August. In Progress 7 P a g e

8 Identify 4-5 School Resource Officers who are interested in starting a restorative practice at their school. SRO s will form a team at the school and receive advanced training. / Gulfcoast Jewish Family and Community Services Advanced training: Fall Implement restorative justice practices and receive technical assistance. / Gulfcoast Jewish Family and Community Services Spring 2017 Case processing for youth referred by affidavit but not detained was changed to attempt to reduce in non-detained referrals that result in no-file on youth records. Fall Complete Key: FTA Failure to Appear JDAI Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative RED Racial & Ethnic Disparities DMC - Disproportionate Minority Contact DJJ Department of Juvenile Justice COC Conditions of Confinement FOP Facility Operating Procedures CHAPTERS JDAI Detention Facility Assessment Standards ATSD Alternative to Secure Detention MOU Memorandum of Understanding ERC Evening Reporting Center IHDP- Intensive Home Detention Program SY School Year CY- Calendar Year FY Fiscal Year (July 1- June 30) 8 P a g e

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