Group: Michigan Department of Corrections
This report is divided into ten major sections (A-J). • Section A, Court Dispositions, contains data on statewide felony court dispositions broken down by offense, sentencing jurisdiction, and type of disposition. • Section B, Prison Commitments, provides prison intake data by the number and characteristics of new prisoners received by the Department. • Section C, Prisoner Population, presents descriptions of Michigan’s Correctional Facilities and statistics regarding the characteristics of the prisoner population. • Section D, Parole Board, summarizes data on offender movement to parole and Parole Board activity and decisions, and examines the parole outcomes. • Section E, Probation and Parole Supervision, contains data and information regarding the community supervision programs and functions of the Department’s Field Operations Administration (FOA). • Section F, Department Operations, contains data and information about a variety of Department programs and administrative functions/operations. Section F contains the following subsections: - Prisoner Program, Misconduct and Litigation Statistics - Michigan State Industries - Bureau of Health Care Services - Department Expenditures and Personnel Summaries • Section G, Prisoner Reentry, was a new section in 2005 and reflects the development of the statewide initiative by several stakeholders, one of whom is MDOC. The first year that prisoners were paroled to the community under this initiative was in 2005. • Section H, Community Reentry Program and Electronic Monitoring, brings the Residential Reentry Program and the Intensive Detention Reentry Program under the umbrella of Prisoner Reentry, along with Curfew and GPS monitoring. • Section I, Special Alternative Incarceration Program (SAI), is administered by the Correctional Facilities Administration (CFA) with Cooper Street Correctional Facility serving administratively as the parent institution. SAI has been redesigned to operate under Prisoner Reentry principles. • Section J, Office of Community Corrections, provides data regarding the utilization of community sanctions and services for non-violent offenders in order to reduce admissions to prison.
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