Why Kern County High Needs Population Few Resources

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Why Kern County? Ø High Needs Population Ø Few Resources Ø Programming is in

Why Kern County? Ø High Needs Population Ø Few Resources Ø Programming is in High Demand

Program Inventory Program Outside Case Management Seeking Safety Correctional Education Electronic Monitoring - Supervision

Program Inventory Program Outside Case Management Seeking Safety Correctional Education Electronic Monitoring - Supervision Electronic Monitoring - in Lieu of Jail Employment Training - Community Inpatient/intensive outpatient drug treatment (community) Inpatient/intensive outpatient drug treatment (incarceration) Vocational education in jail Work release Day Reporting Center Victim Impact Panel Ignition Interlock Device Substance Abuse Prevention Domestic Violence - Community Domestic Violence - In-Custody Alcohol education Chaplain Program Child abuse/parenting counseling Community service Drug Testing GED Preparation Health Life Skills Mental health counseling SCRAM Sober Living Environment Sobriety Services Substance/Alcohol abuse counseling Percent of Total Program Budget Effective - 90. 07% Promising -. 66% No Effects -. 34% Not Yet Studied 8. 93%

Kern County Recidivism Cumulative Recidivism Rate 70% 58% 60% 53% 48% 50% 38% 40%

Kern County Recidivism Cumulative Recidivism Rate 70% 58% 60% 53% 48% 50% 38% 40% 30% 21% 20% 10% 0% 0 1 2 3 4 Years Since Initial Grant of Probation 5 6 7

Projected Cost-Effectiveness of Adult Criminal Justice Programs

Projected Cost-Effectiveness of Adult Criminal Justice Programs

Changes in the County ØCollaboration and Communication between Agencies ØCommon Measurement of Program Effectiveness

Changes in the County ØCollaboration and Communication between Agencies ØCommon Measurement of Program Effectiveness ØIncreased Emphasis on Cost Effectiveness

Changes in Sheriff’s Office Programs ØAssurance that Existing Vocational and Educational Programs were Effective

Changes in Sheriff’s Office Programs ØAssurance that Existing Vocational and Educational Programs were Effective ØIdentified New Evidence-Based Programs for inclusion in Inmate Programs ØIncreased Emphasis on Cognitive Based Therapy

Successes Example of evidence-based programs Ø Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Ø Ø Ø

Successes Example of evidence-based programs Ø Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Ø Ø Ø Incorporates the Matrix Curriculum, Aggression Replacement Therapy (ART) and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Extensive aftercare post release To date RSAT has had 450 participants - The current recidivism rate of RSAT program is approximately 22%.

Moving Forward ØIntegration ØEvidence-Based Programming ØEvaluation

Moving Forward ØIntegration ØEvidence-Based Programming ØEvaluation

Contact Information http: //www. kernprobation. com/ab 109 ccp-realignment/plans-and-reports/ Cassaundra Friedberg Supervising Department Analyst, Probation

Contact Information http: //www. kernprobation. com/ab 109 ccp-realignment/plans-and-reports/ Cassaundra Friedberg Supervising Department Analyst, Probation [email protected] kern. ca. us Ian Silva Detentions Lenient, Sheriff’s Office [email protected] com

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