[353H-8] Performance indicator reporting. (a) The department of public safety shall develop performance measures that accurately reflect progress toward specific goals, including:

(1) Improving recidivism rates;

(2) Decreasing prisoner assaults on correctional staff;

(3) Reducing correctional staff turnover; and

(4) Improving departmental efficiencies in staffing, budgeting, and data management and analysis.

(b) The department shall develop key performance indicators, which shall include:

(1) The number of individuals enrolled in and who have completed a general education diploma or competency-based diploma;

(2) The number of individuals for whom a reentry plan is filed and the number of individuals who exit jail or prison with a reentry plan;

(3) Drug test failure rates of inmates while incarcerated and while on parole;

(4) The number of inmates currently enrolled in and who have completed drug treatment programs provided by the department of public safety;

(5) The number of inmates currently enrolled in and who have completed restorative circles;

(6) The number of parolees who have applied for a reduction of their minimum sentence, the number of applications approved and denied, and, when applicable, the reasons for the denial of a parolee's application;

(7) The number of parole revocation hearings and the results of parole revocation hearings that, when applicable, explain why the parolees' revocation was denied;

(8) The cost of incarceration per inmate, per day, per facility;

(9) Offender demographics, including gender, race, age, and type of offense;

(10) The number of individuals who received vocational training or rehabilitation services and type of vocational training or rehabilitation services received;

(11) The total number of inmate intakes, by month, including the number of intakes each month within the past year and past five years;

(12) The total number of inmates released, by month;

(13) The number of inmates with substance abuse problems, including the type of dependence or addiction, and the number of inmates with no reported substance abuse problems;

(14) The median length of incarceration, excluding inmates who have received life sentences or been paroled;

(15) The prison population forecast for the next decade;

(16) The total number of pretrial detainees and the number of pretrial detainees admitted each month by type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age;

(17) The number of pretrial detainees released or discharged each month and the reason for the release or discharge by type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age;

(18) The average length of stay for pretrial detainees by reason for release or discharge, type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age;

(19) The number of pretrial detainees held on cash bail by type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age;

(20) The average amount of time for completing and verifying pretrial risk assessment by type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age; and

(21) The number of pretrial detainees readmitted by reason for release, reason for readmission, type of crime, bail amount, risk assessed, gender, race, and age. [L 2018, c 212, pt of 2]

 

 

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