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The state of NEW YORK
The state of NEW YORK
New York
New York
New York
New York
Presentation Format
Presentation Format
Population: As of 2006, New York was the third largest state in
Population: As of 2006, New York was the third largest state in
Population: As of 2006, New York was the third largest state in
Population: As of 2006, New York was the third largest state in
INTRODUCTION:
INTRODUCTION:
Racial, Religion and Ancestral Makeup
Racial, Religion and Ancestral Makeup
Cities and towns:
Cities and towns:
2007 Crime Rate for New York
2007 Crime Rate for New York
how New York compares to the national average: State Crime Rates (Per
how New York compares to the national average: State Crime Rates (Per
INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS
INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS
Incarceration population and costs:
Incarceration population and costs:
New York Jails:
New York Jails:
Double Cell:
Double Cell:
Double Cell:
Double Cell:
Single Cell:
Single Cell:
Single Cell:
Single Cell:
Minimum security prison confinements [open bays]
Minimum security prison confinements [open bays]
Minimum security prison confinements [open bays]
Minimum security prison confinements [open bays]
Picture procedure for booking offenders into jail confinement
Picture procedure for booking offenders into jail confinement
Picture procedure for booking offenders into jail confinement
Picture procedure for booking offenders into jail confinement
New York State Prisons:
New York State Prisons:
Outside the prison fence:
Outside the prison fence:
Outside the prison fence:
Outside the prison fence:
Prison Hallway with cells to the left:
Prison Hallway with cells to the left:
Prison Hallway with cells to the left:
Prison Hallway with cells to the left:
The Departmental Mission
The Departmental Mission
Prison Goals:
Prison Goals:
Prison Values:
Prison Values:
Prison Policies:
Prison Policies:
Programs in Correctional Facilities
Programs in Correctional Facilities
CLASSES OFFERED IN PROGRAM UNITS:
CLASSES OFFERED IN PROGRAM UNITS:
Treatment and Counseling Programs:
Treatment and Counseling Programs:
Substance Abuse Treatment Services:
Substance Abuse Treatment Services:
Substance Abuse Treatment Services:
Substance Abuse Treatment Services:
Educational Programs:
Educational Programs:
Vocational Educational Programs:
Vocational Educational Programs:
Ministerial, Family and Volunteer Services
Ministerial, Family and Volunteer Services
The “Prison Industry” Consists of the following Correctional
The “Prison Industry” Consists of the following Correctional
Transitional Services Programs
Transitional Services Programs
New York Federal Prisons:
New York Federal Prisons:
COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTIONS
COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTIONS
New York’s Community Services in Profile:
New York’s Community Services in Profile:
New York’s Community Services in Profile:
New York’s Community Services in Profile:
Police Department Mission Priorities:
Police Department Mission Priorities:
Police Department Mission Priorities continued:
Police Department Mission Priorities continued:
The New York State Police
The New York State Police
Objectives of Community Based Corrections Programs
Objectives of Community Based Corrections Programs
Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs:
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs:
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs
NEW YORK CITY TASC Supervising Agency: Education and Assistance Corp
NEW YORK CITY TASC Supervising Agency: Education and Assistance Corp
According to the 2007 NYS Division of Probation and Correctional
According to the 2007 NYS Division of Probation and Correctional
probation
probation
2007 Probationers
2007 Probationers
The NYS Executive Department Division of Probation and Correctional
The NYS Executive Department Division of Probation and Correctional
parole
parole
2007 Parolees
2007 Parolees
New York state Parole division:
New York state Parole division:
New York state Parole division continued:
New York state Parole division continued:
Board of Parole
Board of Parole
Board of Parole
Board of Parole
Board of Parole continued
Board of Parole continued
Victim Impact Unit
Victim Impact Unit
Victim Impact Unit continued
Victim Impact Unit continued
Operation IMPACT
Operation IMPACT
Operation IMPACT
Operation IMPACT
Operation Impact continued
Operation Impact continued
Juvenile Delinquency in Community Corrections
Juvenile Delinquency in Community Corrections
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections
Goal Reduce violent crime committed by children and adolescents by at
Goal Reduce violent crime committed by children and adolescents by at
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued
Youth Violence Reduction Strategy
Youth Violence Reduction Strategy
Strategy goals: Yield near-term reductions in youth violence through
Strategy goals: Yield near-term reductions in youth violence through
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued
Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued
New York
New York
New York
New York
References:
References:
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1The state of NEW YORK. By: Brittny Downing. 44the program for one year. In addition to treatment, including
2New York. Located on the North Eastern side of the United acupuncture and counseling, each woman is assigned to a case
States. manager who is available to assist clients with family and other
3Presentation Format. In this presentation I plan to inform issues such as housing, economic support, health and medical
you about the state of New York and their Criminal Justice services.
Systems. This presentation will be divided into two sectors: 45Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)
Institutional corrections and Community based corrections. Programs Continued: NYC FORTUNE SOCIETY DAMAS Supervising
4Population: As of 2006, New York was the third largest state Agency: The Fortune Society, Inc. JoAnne Page, Executive
in population after California and Texas with an estimated Director This project promotes public safety by providing a day
population of 19,490,297 as of July 1, 2008. treatment service as an intermediate sanction for female
5INTRODUCTION: New York State is a leading destination for offenders who would likely spend six months or more in jail.
international immigration. New York City and its eight suburban This program provides outpatient drug treatment services for a
counties (excluding those in New Jersey, Connecticut, and city-wide population of seventy five female felony offenders, 18
Pennsylvania) have a combined population of 13,209,006 people, years or older, who are substance abusers. This alternative to
or 68.42% of the state's population. New Yorkers live in the incarceration program is 6 to 12 months in duration. Selected
safest large state in the nation, and the fifth safest overall, women must have a willingness to participate in the program and
behind only a handful of relatively small states. Over the past a stable residence in a drug-free household. This day treatment
16 years, the crime rate in New York State has decreased 61 modality utilizes cognitive, behavioral, reality group and
percent, and violent crime is down 63 percent. individual therapy, as well as fundamental elements of
6Racial, Religion and Ancestral Makeup. The major ancestry Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Twelve Step
groups in New York State are African American (15.8%), Italian strategies.
(14.4%), Irish (12.9%), and German (11.1%). According to a 2004 46Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)
estimate, 20.4% of the population is foreign-born. Catholics Programs Continued: NYC KINGS COUNTY JUVENILE OFFENDER PROGRAM
comprise more than 40% of the population in New York. Supervising Agency : NYC Probation Department Martin F. Horn,
Protestants are 30% of the population, Jews 8.4%, Muslims 3.5%, Commissioner This program began operation in 1986. Agency
Buddhists 1%, and 13% claim no religious affiliation. services are primarily intensive supervision, court ordered
7Cities and towns: The largest city in the state and the most restrictions, counseling, educational services, housing
populous city in the United States is New York City, which assistance, job placement assistance, recreational and
comprises five counties, the Bronx, New York (Manhattan), rehabilitation services for juvenile offenders.
Queens, Kings (Brooklyn), and Richmond (Staten Island). New York 47NEW YORK CITY TASC Supervising Agency: Education and
City is home to more than two-fifths of the state's population. Assistance Corp. Lance W. Elder, President and CEO New York City
The ten largest cities in New York are: New York City TASC operates in Kings, Queens, Bronx and Richmond Counties as
(8,274,527) Buffalo (279,745) Rochester (211,091) Yonkers an alternative to incarceration for nonviolent substance
(196,425) Syracuse (141,683) Albany (93,523) New Rochelle abusers. The program works with misdemeanants, predicate and
(72,967) Mount Vernon (67,924) Schenectady (61,280) Utica non-predicate felony offenders who are eligible for release to
(59,336). treatment. Examples of Directory of Alternatives to
82007 Crime Rate for New York. The crime rate in New York is Incarceration (ATI) Programs Continued:
about 36% lower than the national average rate. Property crimes 48According to the 2007 NYS Division of Probation and
account for around 82.7% of the crime rate in New York which is Correctional Services. PROBATION: There are 58 probation
39% lower than the national rate. The remaining 11.1% are districts in the state of New York. BOARD OF PAROLE: The Board
violent crimes and are about 11% lower than other states. of Parole consists of up to 19 members. Each member is appointed
9how New York compares to the national average: State Crime by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate for a six-year term.
Rates (Per 100,000 People). One member is designated by the Governor to serve as Chairman
10INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS. and Chief Executive Officer of the Division. PROJECT IMAPCT: New
11Incarceration population and costs: 2004 Corrections York has a program called: Project IMPACT which is designed and
Population New York has 282,215 adults under correctional used to extend the key principles – such as intelligence-based
supervision (prisons, jails, probation, and parole). The policing, partnerships among law enforcement agencies and timely
supervision rate (number of offenders per 100,000 people) is use of accurate crime data – to suburban and rural areas so they
about 25% lower than the national rate. 2001 Taxpayer Cost can identify trends and develop and implement effective
Taxpayers paid 35% higher than the other states per inmate in strategies to tackle violent and drug crimes that tear at the
2001. Cost Per Inmate (2001) $36,835 versus $24,052. fabric of their communities.
12New York Jails: A Jail is a correctional institution used to 49probation.
detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the state. This 502007 Probationers. New York has a rate 57% lower than the
includes either accused persons awaiting trial or for those who national average number of probationers per 100,000 people.
have been convicted of a crime and are serving a sentence of Probationers (Per 100,000).
less than one year. Jails are generally small penitentiaries run 51The NYS Executive Department Division of Probation and
by individual counties and cities, though some jails in larger Correctional Alternatives (DPCA). The DPCA works to advance
communities may be as large and hold as many inmates as regular public safety through the vital work of public and private
prisons. agencies that comprise community corrections in New York State.
13Double Cell: DPCA is working to create a new vision for community corrections
14Single Cell: that identifies and emphasizes best practices while ensuring
15Minimum security prison confinements [open bays]. that community corrections professionals have the tools to
16Picture procedure for booking offenders into jail implement new and more effective standards that continue New
confinement. York's commitment to public safety.
17New York State Prisons: The New York State Department of 52parole.
Correctional Services, guided by the Departmental Mission, is 532007 Parolees. New York has a rate 11% higher than the
responsible for the confinement and habilitation of national average number of parolees per 100,000 people. Parolees
approximately 60,000 inmates held at 68 state correctional (Per 100,000).
facilities plus the 916-bed Willard Drug Treatment Campus and 54New York state Parole division: In 1817, the nation's first
the 100-bed Edgecombe Residential Treatment Facility. "good time" law, rewarding prison inmates with time
18Outside the prison fence: off their period of imprisonment for good behavior, was approved
19Prison Hallway with cells to the left: in New York State. In 1876, New York State passed a system of
20The Departmental Mission. Vision Enhance public safety by "indeterminate" sentences setting a minimum and
having incarcerated persons return home less likely to revert to maximum term and permitting parole release of those who had
criminal behavior. Mission Statement Enhance public safety by served the minimum; those selected by prison officials for
providing appropriate treatment services, in safe and secure parole were required to report monthly to citizen volunteers
facilities, that address the needs of all inmates so they can known as "Guardians.“ On July 1, 1930, the Division of
return to their communities better prepared to lead successful Parole was established in the Executive Department. A full-time
and crime-free lives. Board of Parole was created within the Division and given the
21Prison Goals: Create and maintain an atmosphere where both responsibility, formerly held by the Department of Corrections,
inmates and staff feel secure. Develop and implement positive for decisions on parole releases from prisons. Jurisdiction over
individualized treatment plans for each inmate. Teach inmates releases from training schools and correctional institutions for
the need for discipline and respect, and the importance of a mentally disabled prisoners was added to the Parole Board's
mature understanding of a work ethic. Assist staff by providing authority in 1945.
the training and tools needed to perform their duties while 55New York state Parole division continued: A 1967 law
enhancing their skills. Offer career development opportunities extended the Board's release authority to persons incarcerated
for all staff. in local reformatories and gave the agency control over the
22Prison Values: Operate with ethical behavior. Recognize the conditional release of inmates under definite sentences. A 1978
value of each person. Protect human dignity. Offer leadership law made the Division of Parole responsible for the release
and support to all. Offer respect and structure at all times. decision for juveniles convicted of certain serious felonies and
23Prison Policies: Offer opportunities for inmates to improve for their post-release community supervision. With the surge in
all their skills, and to receive individual treatment services, incarcerations in the 1980s and 1990s, the Division of Parole
based on their ability and willingness to participate. Provide expanded significantly, as did the array of substance abuse
appropriate medical and psychiatric services necessary to those treatment and other services available to help releases maintain
requiring such treatment so each inmate can maximize his/her own a law-abiding life style. The Sentencing Reform Act of 1998,
rehabilitation. Enhance positive relationships by providing commonly referred to as Jenna's Law, added a new dimension to
opportunities for interaction between inmates and their the Division through the elimination of discretionary release
families. Establish a structured environment that fosters for all violent felony offenders while mandating court-imposed
respect through disciplined learning. periods of post-release supervision of 1.5 to 5 years that the
24Programs in Correctional Facilities. Overall Program Units: offender must serve after completing the period of incarceration
Correctional Industries Education (Academic) Education imposed by the court.
(Vocational) Guidance and Counseling Division of Hispanic and 56Board of Parole. Mission To promote public safety by
Cultural Affairs Library Services Ministerial, Family and preparing inmates for release and supervising parolees to the
Volunteer Services Resource Management Special Subjects successful completion of their sentence. The primary functions
Substance Abuse Treatment Services Temporary Release and powers of the Board are: Making Release Determinations: The
Transitional Services Program. Board determines which inmates serving indeterminate sentences
25CLASSES OFFERED IN PROGRAM UNITS: in state prison may be released on Parole. The Executive Law
26Treatment and Counseling Programs: Earned Eligibility/Merit (Section 259-i (2) (a)) requires the Board to personally
Time/Presumptive Release Program Group Counseling Program interview inmates eligible for release. Inmates do not have the
Incarcerated Veterans Program Sex Offender Counseling and right to counsel at release interviews. The typical panel
Treatment Program. consists of two or three board members who are responsible for:
27Substance Abuse Treatment Services: Alcohol and Substance - Interviewing the inmate; - Reviewing summary reports prepared
Abuse Treatment Programs (ASAT) Assessment and Program by facility parole officers; and - Determining whether the
Preparation Unit (APPU) MICA/ASAT Program Behavioral Health Unit inmate will be released to parole supervision.
(BHU) Mentally Ill/Chemically Addicted (MICA) ASAT Chemical 57Board of Parole. Making Release Determinations: The Board
Dependency/Domestic Violence Program (CD/DV) Clean Start (ASAT) sets conditions of release for inmates released on parole. In
Comprehensive Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Program addition, it sets release conditions for inmates
(CASAT) Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Treatment Program Female "conditionally released" to supervision by statute.
Trauma Recovery (FTR) Program Intermediate Care Program Mentally These inmates earned time off their maximum sentence for good
Ill/Chemically Addicted (MICA) ASAT Program. behavior. Sentencing reforms enacted in 1995 and 1998 change
28Substance Abuse Treatment Services: Mentally Ill/Chemically sentences for violent felony offenders. Violent offenders now
Addicted (MICA) Residential ASAT (General Confinement) Nursery receive determinant prison sentences and are released to parole
Mothers Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Program Regional supervision. without appearing before the Board for release
Medical Unit (RMU) ASAT Program Returned Parole Violators (RPV) consideration. However, the Board still imposes conditions of
ASAT Program Relapse Treatment Program Residential Substance release for these offenders.
Abuse Treatment Program (RSAT) Sensorially Disabled Unit (SDU) 58Board of Parole continued. Revoking Parole: Under Executive
ASAT Program Special Housing Unit (SHU) Pre-Treatment Workbook Law (Section 259-i (3) (f) (x)), the Board has the authority to
Program Special Needs Unit (SNU) Specialized Treatment Program revoke parole when it determines a releasee has violated the
(STP) Mentally Ill/Chemically Addicted (MICA) Pre-Treatment conditions of release "in an important respect." Board
Program. action may return the individual to State prison or impose other
29Educational Programs: Academic Outreach (Cell Study) Adult appropriate sanctions. In some cases, Board action has been
Basic Education Bilingual Program Certificate in Ministry and delegated to Administrative Hearing Officers. Under the
Human Services College Programs General Education Development authority of the Board, the Division adjudicates due process
(GED) Masters of Professional Studies Special Education Program violations. All decisions of Board panels and Administrative
Title I Program. Hearing Officers may be appealed. These appeals are made
30Vocational Educational Programs: Air Conditioning, directly to the Parole Board. Also, the Board, at the Governor's
Refrigeration and Heating Appliance Repair Auto Mechanics request, interviews clemency applicants and makes
Barbering Braille Transcription & Large Print Building recommendations to the Governor. The Board delegates its
Maintenance Cabinetmaking Carpentry Closed System Educational statutory authority to investigate requests to the Division's
Television Commercial Arts Computer Operator Computer Repair Executive Clemency Unit.
Cosmetology Custodial Maintenance Drafting Electrical Trades 59Victim Impact Unit. The Division of Parole makes a special
Floor Covering Food Service General Business Horse Handling and effort to ensure that victims of crimes do not become forgotten
Care Horticulture Introduction to Technology Machine Shop parties in the criminal justice process. Parole has worked with
Masonry Painting Plumbing and Heating Printing Puppies Behind the New York State Crime Victims Board and local district
Bars Radio and Television Repair Sheltered Workshop Small Engine attorneys to help ensure that victims are aware of their rights
Repair Upholstery Vocational Assessment Welding Youth Offender with regard to the parole process. Landmark legislation in 1994
Grant. allowed for victims to meet face to face with a member of the
31Ministerial, Family and Volunteer Services. Children's Play Board of Parole, or to submit a written victim impact statement
Areas Family Reunion Program Family Services Programs Family to the Board. Procedures have been established allowing the
Visiting (Free Bus) Program Ministerial Services Visitor Division to maintain contact with crime victims and, at their
Hospitality Centers Volunteer Services Programs Art/Handicrafts request, keep them apprised of parole interview dates and
and Music Recreation. decisions, and the release dates of the offenders who victimized
32The “Prison Industry” Consists of the following Correctional them.
Industries: General Description Abatement Services Cast Aluminum 60Victim Impact Unit continued. The following statutory and
Foundry Cleaning and Personal Care Products Construction/Modular policy changes have enhanced victim access to the parole
Buildings Document Conversion Engraved Sign Furniture process: Victims can have additional face to face meetings with
Manufacturing Garment Manufacturing Industrial Training Program a Parole Board member prior to an inmate's subsequent
License Plate Shop Mattress Manufacturing Metal Furniture reappearances. A verbatim transcript is now generated from these
Manufacturing Metal Shop Optical Shop Paint Brush and Roller interviews and made available to the reviewing Board panel;
Cover Shop Printing Plant Sign and Silk Screen Shop Telephone Victims may submit video or audio taped victim impact statements
Customer Service Upholstery. if preferred.
33Transitional Services Programs. Assist the offender while 61Operation IMPACT.
integrating back into the community following incarceration. 62Operation IMPACT. Operation IMPACT – an initiative of the
Services Include: Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Program New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services – supports
Community Lifestyles Inmate Program Associate Program Job strategic crime-fighting and violence reduction initiatives in
Development Network Program Transitional Services Program. the 17 counties outside of New York City that account for 80
34New York Federal Prisons: There are two Federal Prisons percent of the crime upstate and on Long Island. Key principles
located in New York. The two prisons are: Metropolitan of Operation IMPACT include: Information sharing and
Correctional Center, New York -- New York, New York Metropolitan partnerships among law enforcement agencies Intelligence-based
Detention Center, Brooklyn -- Brooklyn, New York. policing Timely use of accurate crime data Involvement of
35COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTIONS. community organizations The following counties participate in
36New York’s Community Services in Profile: The community Operation IMPACT: Albany, Broome, Chautauqua, Dutchess, Erie,
corrections system in New York is a typical “front-end” system Monroe, Nassau, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Orange, Rensselaer,
that serves courts by processing felons and misdemeanants from Rockland, Schenectady, Suffolk, Ulster and Westchester.
pre-trial release through sentence after conviction by plea or 63Operation Impact continued. In addition to Division of
trial. It also supervises nearly 200,000 offenders under Criminal Justice Services, the following state and federal
probation supervision. The system involves 58 local probation agencies also participate in the IMPACT initiative: New York
departments, including departments for each county in upstate State Division of Parole New York State Division of Probation
New York and Long Island and one department for the five and Correctional Alternatives New York State Office for the
boroughs of New York City’s Staffing, which varies from over Prevention of Domestic Violence New York State Police New York
1,000 peace officers in New York City to only two in rural State Liquor Authority FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco
Hamilton County. Each department provides adult and family court and Firearms U.S. Attorney’s Offices U.S. Border Patrol.
services, with core functions in both the criminal and family 64Juvenile Delinquency in Community Corrections.
court arena for intake, investigation, and supervision services. 65Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections. Among the
37New York’s Community Services in Profile: There are 170 violence-related behaviors to be addressed by participating
specialized alternatives-to-incarceration programs, providing localities, special emphasis is to be given to reducing: (a)
pre-trial release, community service, defender-based advocacy, Gang involvement and gang violence, (b) Weapons possession and
and services for unique populations. Approximately $90 million weapons use, (c) Truancy and school dropout, (d) Drug abuse and
in state funding supports these functions’. During 1997, New underage drinking, and (e) Recidivism among youth on probation
York State had over 300,000 convictions. Approximately one-third and youth on aftercare.
of these offenders were incarcerated in state and local 66Goal Reduce violent crime committed by children and
facilities. More than 183,000 offenders were under probation adolescents by at least 10 percent in selected high crime
supervision throughout the state. Also in 1997, probation cities. Greater reductions may be expected in some communities,
departments across the state conducted more than 90,000 regular depending on local historical trends in crime rates. Juvenile
presentence investigations. An additional 87,000 special Delinquency in community corrections continued.
investigations included pre-plea investigation, juvenile 67Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued.
delinquency investigations, custody investigations, and the Guiding principles: Due to the profile of needs, resources, and
like. community environment each will differ from one locality to
38Police Department Mission Priorities: To prevent crime and another. It is the responsibility of each participating locality
enforce the law: To protect people and property. To prevent and to develop a coordinated action plan that is tailored to local
detect crime and other violations of law, pursue criminal circumstances but conforms to a common set of guiding
investigations and arrest criminals. To ensure highway safety: principles. Overview of the Strategy New York State’s Youth
To make our roads safe for all users. To reduce the deaths, Violence Reduction Strategy (YVRS) is designed to promote and
injuries and property damage caused by motor vehicle accidents support a coordinated attack on youth violence in selected
through vehicle and traffic enforcement and education. To render high-crime areas. The strategy has components at two levels:
general assistance: To render assistance to all in need and locally developed coordinated action plans and state-level
protect citizens and their property from harm. To assist support and technical assistance to facilitate local efforts.
citizens in resolving problems in partnership with other service 68Youth Violence Reduction Strategy. YVR Strategy’s State
providers. Technical Assistance Team [state and non-profit organizations:
39Police Department Mission Priorities continued: To promote NYS Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services NYS
peace and order: To provide disorder control and security in all Council on Children & Families NYS Office of Children &
types of natural and man-made emergencies. To provide for the Family Services NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services NYS
safety and security of individuals and groups of citizens in Department of Education NYS Department of Health NYS Department
furtherance of their rights, duties and responsibilities. To of Labor NYS Office of Mental Health NYS Division of Probation
provide high quality support: To provide our members with the & Correctional Alternatives NYS Division of State Police
highest quality support services in an efficient manner. To Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Boys & Girls Club Alliance of
support others by creating partnerships for safety and security New York State.
with individuals, groups and communities throughout the state. 69Strategy goals: Yield near-term reductions in youth violence
40The New York State Police. Serving since 1917 Vision: To through an appropriate combination of rehabilitation,
build on our tradition of service. Mission: To serve, protect deterrence, and varying degrees of incapacitation; Yield lasting
and defend the people while preserving the rights and dignity of reductions in the numbers of violence-prone youth through an
all. Values: Integrity: To live and work in accordance with high appropriate combination of prevention, early intervention,
ethical standards. Respect: To treat people fairly while diversion, and rehabilitation that will (a) prevent early onset
safeguarding their rights. Customer Service: To ensure that of delinquency among the youth most at risk for lifelong
everyone we meet receives dedicated and conscientious service. violence, (b) focus intensive efforts on children and
Continuous Improvement and Learning: To constantly improve adolescents who are retrospectively identified as early-onset
ourselves and our organization. Leadership: To inspire, delinquents, and (c) intervene early with adolescents who begin
influence and support others in our organization and to show signs of late-onset delinquency. Repair harm to victims
communities. and build community capacity to maintain safety for its
41Objectives of Community Based Corrections Programs. citizens; Employ “best practices”—programs and strategies that
Integrating automated case management with risk, need and asset have been found to be the most effective in reducing youth
assessment Standardizing the assessment of probationer risks and violence. Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections
needs to ensure that community corrections services are directed continued.
to the population that poses the greatest risk to public safety 70Juvenile Delinquency in community corrections continued.
Improving probation case management and reporting Providing Performance Indicators: Participating localities receiving
technology-based technical assistance Achieving a data harvest fiscal support through certain state and federal funding
through a state-local automation effort to achieve real-time programs are required to provide performance indicators on a
information Enhancing communication among community corrections periodic basis. Three general categories of indicators will be
professionals and agencies Promoting the use of alternatives to monitored: Core indicators of local violent crime, which are
incarceration when consistent with public safety Deploying specified as part of the YVRS strategy and are required for all
mandated and requested training developed through research. participating localities. Recommended indicators of local youth
42Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Programs. violence and risk factors, which are suggested as part of the
Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) programs vary by counties in YVRS strategy and should be monitored by localities wherever
New York. Each county offers different alternatives to possible. Program-specific indicators to monitor the immediate
incarceration depending on the size, resources, and funding . outcomes of the specific interventions that comprise the youth
Some examples of ATI programs offered are: Treatment crime reduction strategy in a particular locality. These are
Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC) NYS Pretrial Release specified by each participating locality.
Services Electronic Monitoring Community Service. 71
43Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) 72References: http://dpca.state.ny.us/newyorkcity.htm
Programs: NYC CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING AND EMPLOYMENT http://criminaljustice.state.ny.us/osp/downloads/guidingprincipl
SERVICES (CASES) Supervising Agency : Center for Alternative sfinalcombined2feb04.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jail
Sentencing & Employment Services Beginning in 1989, this http://www.bailyes.com/new_york_Jails_Courts_Police.htm
agency's services have been assessment, community service, court http://www.docs.state.ny.us/mission.html
advocacy, counseling, educational services, enhanced information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_New_York_state_prisons
service, field supervision, intensive supervision, job placement http://dpca.state.ny.us/standards.htm
assistance, relapse prevention, recreational services, http://dpca.state.ny.us/prob_directory.htm
residential services and supervision. Target populations are http://www.docs.state.ny.us/mission.html
first time felony offenders, usually between 16-21 years of age, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_New_York_state_prisons
or repeat misdemeanant offenders who are jail bound. http://criminaljustice.state.ny.us/crimnet/ojsa/impact/index.htm
44Examples of Directory of Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) https://parole.state.ny.us/INTROmission.asp
Programs Continued: NYC CROSSROADS Supervising Agency : Center https://parole.state.ny.us/VICTIMimpact.asp
for Community Alternatives Crossroads is a comprehensive day http://criminaljustice.state.ny.us/crimnet/ojsa/initiatives/yout
treatment program for women with substance abuse problems and _violence_reduction.html.
serves as an alternative to incarceration. Women are involved in
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