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Rick Scott, Governor
Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Appendix 2
(Continued)

Performance Based Program Budgeting Performance Measures
Program / Measure # Type Measure
Custody and Control (* Note: ID # are from House/Senate Measures for PBPB spreadsheet dated 4/7/98)
A-1 Output Average daily inmate population:
Adult: (Male Female) Youth Offndr: (Male Female) Major Institutions; Work Camps; Forestry Camps; Road Prisons
A-2 Output Percentage of inmates by classification: (Average: 6/30/96 and 6/30/97) Adult: (Male Female) Youthful Offndr: (Male Female) Minimum; Medium; Close; Maximum
A-3 Output Percentage of time-served by inmates sentenced for crimes committed:
Prior to October 1, 1995
On or after October 1, 1995
A-4 Output Per diem rates for:
Adult: (Male Female) Youthful Offndr: (Male Female)
Major Institutions; Work Camps; Forestry Camps; Road Prisons
A-5 Output Total number of beds available for inmate occupancy: June 30 annually. Total number of beds constructed, but not funded for operation: June 30. Total number of beds under construction on June 30.
A-6 Outcome Number of escapes from the secure perimeter of major institutions
A-7 Outcome Percentage of inmates who did not escape when assigned outside a secure perimeter
A-8 Outcome Number of physical assaults on one or more persons per 1,000 inmates:
Total (inmate on inmate / inmate on staff)
Inmate on inmate
Inmate on staff
A-9 Outcome Number of major disciplinary reports per 1,000 inmates
    Number of inmates receiving major disciplinary reports per 1,000 inmates
A-10 Output Percentage of shifts worked at critical compliment(when only the most essential posts are covered)
A-11 Output Status of entry level correctional officers: (11/7/97)
Percentage with less than three years correctional officer experience, (compared to the total number of entry level correctional officers).
Percentage of correctional officers in training status
A-12 Outcome Percentage of inmate random drug tests that are negative
A-13 Output Average daily cost per inmate for food products
Health Services
B-1 Outcome Number and percentage of health care grievance appeals that are upheld.
B-2 Output Costs of, and annual percentage change in, the three most expensive illnesses treated in prisons: HIV/AIDS; Cardiac Illness; Cancer
B-3 Output Number and percentage of inmates classified as SIII / IV/ V
Number and percentage of inmates treated with psychotropic drugs
B-4 Output Health Care Cost Containment Indicators:
Comparison of Average daily cost of inmate health care to Medicaid and Commercial HMOs.
Average daily cost of DOC contracted hospital stays compared to HMOs and statewide costs.
Annual percentage increase in expenditure rate per inmate compared to the health-related component of the Consumer Price Index.
B-5 Output Average number of inpatient community hospital days per 1,000 inmates
B-6 Output Average number and percentage per month of inmates receiving health services:
Visits per medical provider per month (with number of medical providers shown).
Dental Productivity units per dental provider day (with number of dentists shown).
B-7 Outcome Number of suicides per 1,000 inmates compared to the national average for correctional facilities/institutions
B-8 Outcome Number of deficiencies cited by The Correctional Medical Authority that were noted as corrected on follow up corrective action visits, by level of severity:
Level 1: (Major deficiencies, widespread in effect, presenting a serious threat to life and health).
Level 2: (Minor to moderate deficiencies that are limited in effect and non-life threatening).
Community Corrections
C-1 Output Average monthly active population of offenders/inmates supervised in the community (by type of supervision): (Youthful Offenders are designated by the courts for in-mates and by age for offenders.)
Adult: (Male Female) Youthful Offender: (Male Female)*
Probation (including Administrative)
Drug Offender Probation
Community Control
Pre-trial Intervention
Parole
Conditional Release
Other Post-Prison Release
Work Release
C-2 Output Average monthly active population of offenders/inmates placed in community residential facilities as a condition of confinement or supervision: * See note above
Adult: (Male Female) Youthful Offndr: (Male Female)*
Community Correctional Centers
Probation and Restitution Centers
Residential Drug Treatment Centers
Secure
Nonsecure
C-3 Output Number of offenders participating in a community corrections program and not transferred or administratively terminated from the program who have successful completions within two years of program admission.
(With percent of successful completions)
Probation and Restitution Centers
Residential Drug Treatment Centers
Secure
Nonsecure
Non-residential Drug Treatment Programs
Work Release
C-5 Output Number of actual monthly personal contacts with offenders supervised in the community compared to the department standard.
(Based on data from pilot risk classification system from Sep 96 - Jan 97. DOC standard may not be met due to officer leave time, training, vacancy rates, etc.)
Actual & DOC Standard for:
Administrative; Basic Risk; Enhanced Risk; Intensive Risk; Close Risk
Community Control
C-6 Output Annual number of non-discretionary investigations conducted (by type):
Pretrial Intervention Preliminary Investigations
Pretrial Intervention Background Investigations
Presentence Investigations
Sentencing Guidelines Scoresheets
Pre-plea Investigations
Prison Post Sentence Investigations
Security Investigations
C-7 Outcome Status of offenders two years after the period of supervision was imposed (shown by number and percentage):
All offenders:
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still
Non-participating and non-completing offenders:
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still active, revoked, placed in absconder status.
Drug treatment completers (Residential Secure)
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still active, revoked, placed in absconder status.
Drug treatment completers (Residential Non-Secure)
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still active, revoked, placed in absconder status.
Drug treatment completers (Non-Residential)
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still active, revoked, placed in absconder status.
Probation & Restitution Center Completers
Number & percent terminated normally, court ordered, or early; still active, revoked, placed in absconder status.
C-8 Output Number of technical violation reports completed on offenders who violate a condition of supervision. (Note: annual % change is derived from baseline and next year numbers.)
C-9 Outcome Number and percentage of offenders/inmates who successfully complete supervision/work release, but are subsequently recommitted to prison or supervision for a new crime within 2 years.
Total Number and Percent Recommitted: To Prison To Supervision
All offenders
Offenders who complete:
Residential Drug Treatment Centers- Secure and Nonsecure
Residential Drug Treatment Centers- Secure and Nonsecure
Probation and Restitution Centers
C-10 Outcome Percentage of offenders (supervised in the community) who are employable and the percentage of those who are employed.
C-11 Outcome By program type, percentage of offenders (supervised in the community) who are ordered by the court to participate in programs, and the percentage of those who participate:
Educational and/or Vocational programs
Drug Treatment programs (Residential and Non-residential)
(The numbers for court ordered to participate are FY96/97; percentages for court-ordered, who actually enter programs is for offenders completing supervision in Fy 96/97.)
C-12 Output Annual dollar amount collected from offenders by DOC (with annual percentage shown): Total Collections; Restitution; Other court ordered costs ; Costs of supervision.
C-13 Output Average dollar amount in restitution collected per offender required to pay: All offenders; Offenders in Probation and Restitution Centers
C-14 Output Annual dollar amount collected for subsistence from offenders/inmates in:
Community Correctional Centers (work release)
Probation and Restitution Centers
Offender Work and Training
D-1 Outcome Status of inmate work activity:
Number of inmates available for work assignments and the percentage of those available for work who are not assigned. (@ 6/30/97)
Number of available work assignments and the percentage of those work assignments that are 40-hour per week assignments. (@ 6/30/97) (Data collection under development)
D-2 Outcome Status of community work squad activity: (@ 6/30/97)
Number of inmates assigned to work with a community work squad compared to the number of available community work squad assignments.
D-3 Outcome Number of institutional work assignments available (@ 6/30/97)
Annual cost avoidance realized by using inmate labor to support institutional operations (calculated at minimum wage - $5.15 per hour)
D-4 Outcome Annual number of inmate hours spent working for other government agencies and communities.(Dept of Transportation and all others)
Annual dollar value of work performed for DOT:
Annual dollar value of offender work performed for other agencies:
Annual dollar value of offender work performed for communities:
Dollar value of net savings for government agencies and communities that use inmate labor:
D-5 Output Number of inmate work hours in gardening operations
Annual dollar value of the food produced.
D-6 Output Number and percentage* of inmates needing, participating in, and successfully completing educational, vocational, and other programs (by program type):
[*Percentage of those needing programs is based on total inmate population; percentage of those participating is based on those identified as needing a program; percentage completing is based on those that participated in a program.]
Mandatory Literacy Program ; GED Education; Special Education (Fed. Law); Vocational Education; Drug Abuse Education/Treatment; Life Skills Programs; Transition Programs: Wellness Programs
D-7 Outcome Percent of inmates placed in a facility where at least one of the inmate's primary program needs is provided.
D-8 Output Number and percentage of transition plans completed for inmates released from prison.
D-9 Outcome Average increase in grade level per instructional period* achieved by inmates participating in educational programs (*a period averages about three months)
D-10 Outcome Number and percentage of inmates completing the Mandatory Literacy Program who score at or above ninth grade level on their next Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE). NOTE -- POOL ONLY INCLUDES MLP CMP'S WITH POST-CMP SCORES ENTERED W/IN FISCAL YEAR
D-11 Output Number of:
GED certificates earned by offenders per teacher (with # of GED/MLP teachers shown):
Mandatory Literacy Programs completed by offenders per teacher (with # of GED/MLP teachers shown):
Vocational certificates earned by offenders per teacher (with # of vocational teachers shown);
D-12 Outcome Average number of annual infirmary visits by inmates who completed a wellness program, with the average number of infirmary visits by the remaining inmate population shown,
D-13 Outcome Number of major disciplinary reports per 1,000 inmates (program participation / completion, compared to all inmates)
D-14 Outcome Number and percentage of released inmates who commit a new crime within two years of release and are subsequently committed to prison or DOC community supervision (program completion compared to all inmates)
D-15 Outcome Percentage of released inmates who were not receiving public assistance (AFDC or food stamps) during the fourth quarter of the calendar year following release (program completion compared to all inmates) (FY 93-94 Releases)
D-16 Outcome Percentage of released inmates who are employed during two or more consecutive quarters of the calendar year (program completion compared to all inmates) (FY 93-94 Releases)
D-17 Outcome Percentage of released inmates who are employed at or above a full quarter earning level * [*$2,040 - as defined by Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP)], program completion compared to all inmates:
D-18 Output Number of victims notified annually and the percentage of victim notifications that meet the statutory time period requirements.
D-19 Output Number of annual volunteer hours in the chaplaincy program, with the annual percentage change shown.
Average weekly number of inmates attending religious services, with annual percentage change shown.
D-20 Output Average monthly number of inmates using or receiving general library print and audio-visual materials and/or research assistance or law library research materials, reference and research assistance.