Intensive Community Based Programs for Juvenile Offenders: A Report on the Implementation of Pilot Programs Established Under SB 103
Group: Texas Juvenile Justice Department
In Fiscal Year 2008, intensive community based program pilots provided services to 676 juveniles. Expenditures for the year totaled $1,185,017 (or approximately $1,750 per juvenile). These programs targeted misdemeanor offenders who are no longer eligible for a TYC commitment. Using Fiscal Year 2006 data for average TYC length of stay and average cost per day, it would cost approximately $67,715,000 (or approximately $100,000 per juvenile) to commit the served juveniles to TYC.
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