|Goal 2-6: To find and initiate partnerships with public or private agencies/organizations that will further fulfillment of the department's mission.|
(Baselines indicated in parentheses)
Participation in Partnerships
The department has traditionally forged partnerships with other entities, many of them through its Dialogues and Linkages Program initiated in 1993. The program is founded upon the department's belief that there is more involved in achieving safety and quality of life in our communities than simply building more prison beds. Of equal importance is reducing the number of initial entries into the correctional system and significantly reducing high rates of recidivism. In January 1995 there were 222 partnership agreements with public and private organizations, many of which operated at multiple locations.18
| Number of Community Based
Partnership Contracts by Modality
(July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996)
|Chart 2-8. Click for larger view.|
By June 30, 2002, 100% of the department's partnerships will produce results stated in the individual partnership agreements and meet the criteria established in the department's partnership directive and local agreements.
|Pending development of evaluative system|
By June 30, 2000, increase mutually beneficial partnerships with educational and vocational training institutions and other public and private organizations by 50% above the baseline number of 6 partnerships in effect on June 30, 1996.
| FY 98
| FY 99
| FY 2000
By June 30, 1999, achieve quality and cost benefits for health services to inmates by evaluating 100% of Health Services partnership initiatives.
|Ongoing evaluative system|