Performance Measure
Agency
Measure Name
Percentage of diversions that are successful.
Measure Last Modified
Jan 14 2015 11:28
Measure Last Published
Jul 17 2015 08:54
Measure Status
Active
Data Source and Calculation
The total successful diversion rate is divided by the number of total diversions for each fiscal year. This data comes from the Balanced Approach Data Gathering Environment (BADGE) system. The BADGE system is a Department of Juvenile Justice internal system.
Enterprise Priorities and Strategies
Enterprise InitiativeEnterprise PriorityEnterprise Strategy
Public Safety and Homeland SecurityPublic SafetyProtect our citizens and ensure everyone lives in a safe community.
Public Safety and Homeland SecuritySmart SentencingPromote improvements to the sentencing process to recognize and treat the root causes of crime thereby reducing recidivism.
Associated Service Areas
SA CodeSA Name
35008Community Residential and Non-residential Custody and Treatment Services
Measure ID777.0003
Measure ClassAgency Key
Measure TypeOutput
Year TypeState FY
Preferred TrendIncrease
FrequencyQuarterly
Cumulative DataNo
Statistical UnitPercentage
Baseline and Targets
Target NameDateResultNote
Baseline
Short Target 2018
Long Target 2020
Measure Results
YearQ1Q2Q3Q4Explanatory Note
201384.879.581.283.8A diversion is the handling of a juvenile intake complaint in an informal manner rather than through the official court process. The intake officer develops a plan for the juvenile. The plan can include counseling, informal supervision, restitution, community service or other programs. The juvenile and their parents must agree on the plan. Informal supervision is limited to 90 days for truancy and 120 days for all other offenses.
201480.680.281.983.3Due to timeframes needed for data to mature, data after the first quarter of FY 2014 are not available.Time needs to be allowed for the 90 and 120 day supervision period, and to allow the intake officer to update the diversion status in the BADGE system.. A diversion is the handling of a juvenile intake complaint in an informal manner rather than through the official court process. The intake officer develops a plan for the juvenile. The plan can include counseling, informal supervision, restitution, community service or other programs. The juvenile and their parents must agree on the plan. Informal supervision is limited to 90 days for truancy and 120 days for all other offenses.
201582.977.8A diversion is the handling of a juvenile intake complaint in an informal manner rather than through the official court process. The intake officer develops a plan for the juvenile. The plan can include counseling, informal supervision, restitution, community service or other programs. The juvenile and their parents must agree on the plan. Informal supervision is limited to 90 days for truancy and 120 days for all other offenses.
2016
- Run Date: 03/27/2017 12:40:49