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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Appendix 4:

Cross Reference Matrix
of ASP Issues, Goals and Objectives
with the Agency's Official Performance Ledger

DC Number System Custody and Control Program Outcome Measures Issue Goal Objective
S-1 Number of escapes from the secure perimeter of major institutions 1 1-1 1-1.1
S-2 Percentage of inmates who did not escape when assigned outside a secure perimeter 1 1-1 1-1.1
S-3 Number of batteries committed by inmates on one or more persons per 1000 inmates:
     Total
     Inmate on inmate
     Inmate on staff
1
1
1-1
1-1
1-1.3
1-1.2
S-4 Status of major disciplinary reports:
     Number of reports per 1,000 inmates
     Number of inmates receiving reports per 1,000 inmates
1 1-1 1-1.2
S-5 Percentage of random inmate drug tests that are negative      
S-6 Total number and percentage of inmate random drug tests that are positive 1 1-1 1-1.2
1-1.3
These measures are for use in program policy analysis and budget management.
They are not intended to be used to evaluate agency performance in the budget process at this time.
     
S-7 Total number of disciplinary reports written by custody level (listed by number of major, minor and total reports)
     Minimum
     Medium
     Close
     Maximum
     (Missing Cases)
1 1-1 1-1.2
1-1.3

DC Number System Community Corrections Program Outcome Measures Issue Goal Objective
C-1 Status of offenders 2 years after the period of supervision was imposed (shown by number and percentage):
A. All offenders
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
1 1-2 1-2.1
C-2 B. Offenders who did not participate in or did not complete programs:
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
2 2-3 2-3.4
C-3 C. Offenders who completed a secure residential drug treatment program:
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
2 2-3 2-3.1
C-4 D. Offenders who completed a non-secure residential drug treatment program:
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
2 2-3 2-3.2
C-5 E. Offenders who completed a non-residential drug treatment program:
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
2 2-3 2-3.3
C-6 F. Offenders who completed program at Probation and Restitution Center:
     Revoked - number
       - percentage
     Absconded - number
       - percentage
     
C-7 Offenders who successfully complete supervision/work release (number) but are subsequently recommitted to DOC for committing a new crime within 2 years (number/percentage):
A. All offenders (38,557)
     To prison
     To supervision
B. Offenders who completed:
     Secure Residential Drug Treatment Program (23):
       To prison
       To supervision
     Non-secure Residential Drug Treatment Program (256):
       To prison
       To supervision
     Non-Residential Drug Treatment Program (2,832):
       To prison
       To supervision
     Probation and Restitution Center (34):
       To prison
       To supervision

2

2

2

2-3

2-3

2-3

2-3.1

2-3.2

2-3.2

C-8 Offenders supervised in the community who are ordered by the court to participate in programs, and the percentage of those that participate in programs as required:
     Educational and/or vocational programs
     Drug Treatment programs
2 2-3 2-3.4
They are not intended to be used to evaluate agency performance in the budget process at this time.      
C-12 Number and percentage of officers meeting their obligation in the number of contacts required by the department standard. (Based on risk classification need.)
     Administrative
     Basic
     Enhanced Risk
     Intensive Risk
     Close Risk
     Community Control
1 1-2 1-2.1
C-13 Status of offenders 2 years after the period of supervision was imposed (shown by number and percentage):
A. All offenders
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

B. Non-participating and non-completing offenders
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

C. Drug treatment completers (residential secure)
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

D. Drug treatment completers (residential non-secure)
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

E. Drug treatment completers ( non-residential)
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

F. Probation & Restitution Center completers
     Those terminated normally, court ordered or early
     Those still active

     
C-14 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 (by total number and percent recommitted):
(a) All offenders
     Terminated
     To Prison
     To Supervision
(b) Offenders who complete:
     (1) Residential Drug Treatment Centers
        1. Secure
          Terminated
          To Prison
          To Supervision
        2. Non-secure
          Terminated
          To Prison
          To Supervision
     (2) Non-residential Drug Treatment Centers
          Terminated
          To Prison
          To Supervision
(c) Probation and Restitution Centers
          Terminated
          To Prison
          To Supervision
2

2

2

2-3

2-3

2-3

2-3.1

2-3.2

2-3.3

C-15 Percentage of offenders (supervised in the community) who are employable* and the percentage of those who are employed (*employable data not available)      

DC Number System Health Services Program Outcome Measures Issue Goal Objective
H-1 Number and percentage of health care grievance appeals that are upheld
Health care grievances that are upheld
     Total
     Number Upheld
     Percentage Upheld
1 1-3 1-3.5
H-2 Number of suicides per 1,000 inmates compared to the national average for correctional facilities/institutions
     Within DOC
     National average
1 1-3 1-3.4
These measures are for use in program policy analysis and budget management.
They are not intended to be used to evaluate agency performance in the budget process at this time.
     
H-3 Average price per inmate per month for health care      
H-4 Total dollar amount of inmate medical co-payments collected      
H-5 Comparison of average daily cost of hospital stays:
     DOC contracted
     Statewide
1 1-3 1-3.2
H-6 Comparison of average daily cost of hospital stays:
     DOC contracted hospital stays
     HMO hospital stays
     Statewide hospital stays
     Medicaid hospital stays
     
H-7 Average length of community hospital stays for emergency and non-emergency inmates:
     Emergency
     Non-emergency
     
H-8 Annual percentage increase in expenditure rate per inmate compared to the health-related component of the Consumer Price Index
     Expenditure rate per inmate
     Consumer Price Index
1 1-3 1-3.1
H-9 Total number of inpatient/inmate community hospital days:
     (a) Emergency
     (b) Scheduled (non-emergency)
     
H-10 Number of deficiencies cited by Correctional Medical Authority that were noted as corrected on follow-up correction action visits, by level of severity:
Level One (major, widespread in effect, presenting serious threat to life and health)
     Physical Health Related
     Mental Health Related

Level Two (minor to moderate, limited in effect, non-life threatening)
     Physical Health Related
     Mental Health Related

     

DC Number System Offender Work and Training Program Outcome Measures Issue Goal Objective
W-1 Number and percentage of inmates needing, participating in, and successfully completing programs (by program type) (Need is based on total inmate population; Participation is based on those identified with need; Completion is based on participation):
   Mandatory Literacy Program:
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
2 2-2 2-2.2
2-2.6
GED Education Program:
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
     
Special Education (Federal Law) Program:
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
     
Vocational Education Program
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
     
Drug Abuse Education/Treatment
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
     
Life Skills Program:
     Number and percent of inmates needing program
     Participate
     Complete
     
Transition Program:
     Number and percent of inmates needing program
     Participate
     Complete
     
Wellness Program:
     Need
     Participate
     Complete
     
W-2 Percentage of inmates placed in a facility that provides at least one of inmate's primary program needs      
W-3 Number of inmates available for work assignments and the percentage of those available for work who are not assigned 2 2-1 2-1.1
W-4 Number of available work assignments and the percentage of those work assignments that are 40 hour per week assignments 2 2-1 2-1.1
2-1.2
W-5 Average increase in grade level achieved by inmates participating in educational programs per instructional period (3 months)      
W-6 Number of GED certificates earned by offenders per teacher (with #GED/MLP teachers shown)      
W-7 Number of vocational certificates earned by offenders per teachers (with number of vocation teachers shown)      
These measures are for use in program policy analysis and budget management.
They are not intended to be used to evaluate agency performance in the budget process at this time.
     
W-12 Status of community work squad activity on June 30:
     Number of inmates assigned to work with community work squads
     Number of available community work squad assignments
2 2-1 2-1.2
2-1.3
W-13 Number of institutional work assignments available 2 2-1 2-1.1
2-1.4
W-14 Annual cost avoidance realized by using inmate labor to support institutional operations (calculated at minimum wage of $5.15 per hour) 2 2-1 2-1.4
W-15 Annual number of inmate hours spent working for other state government agencies and communities 2 2-1 2-1.5
W-16 Total dollar value of work performed by inmates for government entities and communities
     Annual dollar value of work performed for DOT
     Annual dollar value of work performed for other state agencies
     Annual dollar value of work performed for communities
     Net savings for state agencies and communities that use inmate labor
2 2-1 2-1.6
W-17 Number of inmate work hours in gardening operations      
W-18 Annual dollar value of food produced by inmates in gardening operations      
W-19 Number (and percentage) of inmates participating in PRIDE programs      
W-20 Number (and percentage) of inmates participating in PRIDE programs and re-offend within two years of release from prison      
W-21 Number (and percentage) of inmates participating in PIE programs 2 2-1 2-1.7
W-22 Number (and percentage) of inmates participating in PIE programs and re-offend within two years of release from prison 2 2-1 2-1.7
W-23 Total dollar amount paid by inmates for restitution and other court ordered payments:
     A. By all inmates (Note: Work Release only)
     B. By inmates working in PRIDE programs (Contribution by PRIDE from inmate wages
     C. By inmates working in PIE programs
2 2-1 2-1.8
W-24 Percentage and number of inmates completing mandatory literacy program who score at or above 9th grade level on next Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) NOTE: Pool only includes MLP CMP's with post-CMP scores entered within fiscal year      
W-25 Average number of annual infirmary visits by inmates who completed a wellness program      
W-26 Number of major disciplinary reports per 1,000 inmates (by total and program participation/completion):
     Total for all inmates
     Total for all inmates who complete:
     Mandatory Literacy Program
     GED Education
     Special Education (Federal law)
     Vocational Education
     Drug Abuse Education/Treatment
     Life Skills Programs
     Transition Programs
     Wellness Programs
     Work Release Program
     
W-27 Number and percent of released inmates who commit a new crime within two years of release and are subsequently committed to prison or community supervision (for all inmates and by program type):
     Total for all inmates
     Total for all inmates who complete:
     Mandatory Literacy Program
     GED Education
     Special Education (Federal law)
     Vocational Education
     Drug Abuse Education/Treatment
     Life Skills Programs
     Transition Programs
     Wellness Programs
     Work Release Program
2 2-2 2-2.1
2-2.3
2-2.4
2-2.5
W-28 Number and percentage of released inmates who are employed during two or more consecutive quarters of the calendar year (for all inmates and by program type): (FY 1993-94 releases)
     Total for all inmates
     Total for all inmates who complete:
     Mandatory Literacy Program
     GED Education
     Special Education (Federal law)
     Vocational Education
     Drug Abuse Education/Treatment
     Life Skills Programs
     Transition Programs
     Wellness Programs
     Work Release Program
     
W-29 Number and percentage of released inmates who are employed at or above a full quarter earning level, which is defined by the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program as $2,040, by total and by program completion:
     Total for all inmates
     Total for all inmates who complete:
     Mandatory Literacy Program
     GED Education
     Special Education (Federal law)
     Vocational Education
     Drug Abuse Education/Treatment
     Life Skills Programs
     Transition Programs
     Wellness Programs
     Work Release Program
     
W-30 Average weekly number of inmates attending religious services, with annual percentage shown 2 2-2 2-2.8
W-31 For regular attendants (at least 1 time per week) of religious services:
     (a) the number/percentage of inmates who re-offend within 2 years
     (b) the number/percentage of inmates who return to the prison system with 2 years
2 2-2 2-2.9
W-32 Average monthly number of inmates using or receiving:
     General library print and audio-visual materials
     General library reference and research assistance
     Law library research materials
     Law library reference and research assistance
     
W-33 Average monthly number of inmates who:
     (a) work as law clerks in institutional law libraries (DOC figures represent only certified law clerks)
     (b) are trained as law clerks (DOC figures represent inmates in training to be certified law clerks)