Adult Gross Misdemeanor/Misdemeanor and Juvenile Workload Study 2012
Group: Minnesota Department of Corrections
Minnesota Department of Corrections (MN DOC) adult misdemeanant and juvenile community supervision agents participated in a workload study in 2008. Understanding that policies and practices change over time, MN DOC reevaluates workload measures every few years. A total of 36 agents from 12 MN DOC districts tracked nearly 800 adult and juvenile offenders to develop an accurate picture of each adult gross misdemeanor/ misdemeanor and juvenile supervision level. There were also tasks that were tracked, including adult pre-sentence investigations; adult and juvenile new clients; juvenile pre-disposition investigations; and adult and juvenile incoming transfer investigations. Offenders were tracked for up to three months. Agents logged their time spent on the selected offenders. As expected, the changes in policies and practices over the last few years impacted the time it takes an agent to supervise an offender.
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