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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Community Corrections Quarterly Performance Scorecard

Fiscal Year 2013-2014 - 3rd Quarter (January – March 2014)

Click the Circuit name at the start of each row for more information about that Circuit.

Public Safety

Percentage of Violations Reported as Required
Circuit
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank1
99.86%
100.00%
0.14%
4
99.75%
99.95%
0.20%
9
99.92%
99.71%
-0.21%
18
99.79%
99.88%
0.09%
11
99.59%
100.00%
0.41%
4
99.41%
99.74%
0.33%
8
100.00%
100.00%
0.00%
1
100.00%
100.00%
0.00%
1
100.00%
100.00%
0.00%
1
99.77%
99.46%
-0.31%
19
98.50%
97.85%
-0.64%
20
99.93%
100.00%
0.07%
4
99.87%
99.83%
-0.04%
16
98.96%
98.97%
0.01%
13
99.61%
99.64%
0.03%
12
99.92%
99.91%
-0.01%
15
99.70%
99.59%
-0.11%
17
99.83%
100.00%
0.17%
4
99.67%
99.84%
0.18%
10
99.91%
99.90%
-0.01%
14

Case Management

Percentage of Termination Audits Conducted as Required
Circuit
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank1, 2
97.22%
97.86%
0.64%
4
87.67%
90.16%
2.49%
11
94.29%
96.41%
2.12%
12
97.08%
96.47%
-0.60%
13
97.35%
96.57%
-0.78%
14
95.96%
97.08%
1.12%
2
98.70%
97.44%
-1.27%
9
96.62%
97.12%
0.49%
5
96.88%
97.30%
0.42%
6
98.48%
97.22%
-1.26%
8
94.88%
91.51%
-3.37%
19
95.34%
93.31%
-2.04%
17
96.89%
97.93%
1.04%
3
91.67%
90.85%
-0.82%
15
85.45%
94.92%
9.46%
10
97.93%
96.86%
-1.07%
16
95.65%
97.90%
2.25%
1
94.41%
91.03%
-3.37%
20
97.15%
94.62%
-2.53%
18
98.26%
97.87%
-0.39%
7

Offender Success

Percentage of Overall Offender Success Rate
Percentage of Successful Completers in Independent Reporting Status (IRS)
Circuit
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank3
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank4
49.57%
49.25%
-0.32%
13
73.68%
94.29%
20.60%
N/A
57.40%
56.33%
-1.06%
16
71.43%
85.71%
14.29%
N/A
51.17%
50.10%
-1.07%
17
65.22%
70.83%
5.62%
N/A
58.06%
59.44%
1.38%
10
89.47%
93.33%
3.86%
N/A
55.62%
59.81%
4.20%
8
78.18%
88.89%
10.71%
N/A
57.62%
58.65%
1.03%
12
78.26%
86.67%
8.41%
N/A
56.28%
57.38%
1.10%
11
84.21%
76.19%
-8.02%
N/A
58.40%
57.19%
-1.21%
18
80.00%
77.27%
-2.73%
N/A
68.13%
73.81%
5.68%
1
100.00%
100.00%
0.00%
N/A
48.19%
55.14%
6.94%
6
100.00%
88.89%
-11.11%
N/A
73.76%
76.35%
2.59%
3
100.00%
91.43%
-8.57%
N/A
61.88%
61.25%
-0.63%
4
94.44%
78.82%
-15.62%
N/A
70.52%
69.42%
-1.10%
5
78.13%
61.76%
-16.36%
N/A
48.33%
54.36%
6.03%
7
72.22%
57.58%
-14.65%
N/A
52.29%
54.25%
1.97%
9
83.10%
88.52%
5.43%
N/A
57.26%
55.76%
-1.50%
19
85.71%
82.76%
-2.96%
N/A
58.88%
57.96%
-0.92%
15
100.00%
87.50%
-12.50%
N/A
54.82%
54.28%
-0.54%
14
62.86%
70.00%
7.14%
N/A
62.41%
65.84%
3.43%
2
81.48%
92.31%
10.83%
N/A
51.46%
46.81%
-4.64%
20
85.11%
69.09%
-16.02%
N/A

Use of Graduated Sanctions for Violations

Percentage of Offenders Receiving Graduated Sanctions in Lieu of Incarceration
Rate of Technical Violators Revoked and Sentenced to Prison (Per 100 Offenders)
Circuit
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank5
53.45%
50.97%
-2.48%
18
2.70
2.81
0.11
15
61.36%
59.72%
-1.64%
14
1.11
1.26
0.14
17
55.23%
53.45%
-1.77%
15
0.86
1.10
0.23
18
70.01%
70.24%
0.23%
9
0.68
0.67
0.00
9
44.59%
48.30%
3.70%
1
1.72
1.76
0.04
12
42.25%
44.73%
2.48%
2
0.83
0.96
0.13
16
50.45%
52.26%
1.81%
7
1.06
0.98
-0.08
7
44.63%
42.79%
-1.84%
16
0.84
0.70
-0.13
5
69.52%
68.48%
-1.05%
13
0.88
0.68
-0.19
4
57.78%
58.74%
0.95%
8
1.42
1.21
-0.21
2
65.11%
67.38%
2.27%
4
0.63
0.43
-0.20
3
54.12%
54.25%
0.13%
10
0.58
0.69
0.11
14
54.67%
51.83%
-2.84%
19
0.38
0.40
0.02
11
51.82%
53.69%
1.87%
6
2.65
2.19
-0.46
1
45.12%
44.39%
-0.73%
12
1.26
1.28
0.02
10
58.20%
56.20%
-2.00%
17
0.93
0.88
-0.05
8
48.45%
50.90%
2.46%
3
0.72
0.63
-0.09
6
50.00%
49.88%
-0.12%
11
1.04
1.56
0.53
20
61.84%
63.99%
2.14%
5
1.61
1.68
0.07
13
41.38%
37.00%
-4.38%
20
1.15
1.42
0.27
19

Community Impact

Amount of Restitution Collected
Number of Community Services Hours Completed by Offenders
Circuit
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank
Baseline (Q2)
Oct.-Dec.
2013
Current (Q3)
Jan.-Mar.
2014
Change
Rank4
$308,943.01
$471,896.98
$162,954
5
8,494.25
10,305.50
1,811.25
N/A
$611,300.92
$782,248.40
$170,947
3
11,353.75
9,912.50
-1,441.25
N/A
$269,325.40
$409,183.23
$139,858
8
8,532.00
9,119.75
587.75
N/A
$667,230.36
$873,708.92
$206,479
2
8,845.00
9,328.00
483.00
N/A
$303,434.77
$455,859.97
$152,425
7
14,025.50
14,106.50
81.00
N/A
$189,506.27
$303,457.38
$113,951
11
4,870.75
4,161.50
-709.25
N/A
$108,557.81
$141,397.66
$32,840
18
6,711.50
5,750.50
-961.00
N/A
$321,195.59
$382,559.63
$61,364
15
13,497.75
12,160.50
-1,337.25
N/A
$37,836.93
$57,425.06
$19,588
19
3,430.00
3,514.00
84.00
N/A
$114,685.10
$161,843.79
$47,159
16
6,061.00
5,722.75
-338.25
N/A
$908,493.15
$1,075,180.92
$166,688
4
21,266.50
19,513.75
-1,752.75
N/A
$252,706.11
$349,588.48
$96,882
13
29,832.50
30,279.00
446.50
N/A
$568,318.57
$495,098.59
-$73,220
20
14,926.75
16,218.25
1,291.50
N/A
$120,990.18
$164,208.55
$43,218
17
14,401.75
17,151.25
2,749.50
N/A
$218,618.72
$357,631.15
$139,012
9
9,094.50
7,073.50
-2,021.00
N/A
$203,722.98
$270,941.15
$67,218
14
12,149.25
12,837.75
688.50
N/A
$243,789.89
$350,203.43
$106,414
12
16,316.75
16,709.25
392.50
N/A
$153,566.56
$311,610.85
$158,044
6
9,397.50
9,687.75
290.25
N/A
$490,917.00
$781,172.81
$290,256
1
37,117.25
37,273.00
155.75
N/A
$310,169.74
$448,084.30
$137,915
10
14,783.00
13,959.50
-823.50
N/A

1Circuits at 100% in both quarters, allowing no room for improvement, automatically receive the highest ranking (1). Circuits moving to 100% will also rank at the top, behind those showing no room for improvement. return...

2Rankings have been determined based on the size and direction of the Circuit's absolute change, relative to that of all other Circuits, and using a Performance Threshold of 97% or more in the most recent period of assessment. The Threshold was set according to a target goal. Circuits at 100% in both quarters, allowing no room for improvement, receive the highest ranking (1) on this measure. Circuits moving to 100% will also rank at the top, behind those showing no room for improvement. return...

3Rankings have been determined based on the size and direction of the Circuit's absolute change, relative to that of all other Circuits, and using a Performance Threshold of 60% or more in the most recent period of assessment. This threshold was set according to a target goal. return...

4This measure is included for informational purposes only. Therefore, rank is not reported. return...

5Circuits at zero in both quarters, allowing no room for improvement, receive the highest ranking (1) on this measure. Those making a 100% reduction will also rank at the top, behind those showing no room for improvement. return...