Documents

This report is a three-year recidivism study that tracks rearrests for Hawaii's FY 2008 offender cohort. A total of 2,688 offender assessment were compiled from the State of Hawaii's Probation Services, Hawaii Paroling Authority, and Department of Public Safety. This study report documents ICIS progress toward reducing adult criminal offender recidivism by 30 percent over a ten-year period.

This validation study of the Domestic Violence Screening Instrument (DVSI) and the Spousal Assault Risk Assessment (SARA) determines the predictive accuracy of the DVSI as a domestic violence screening tool, and the SARA as a domestic violence case planning tool. The objective of this study is to validate the accuracy of the DVSI and SARA as risk classification instruments in Hawaii, and also, and to identify pertinent risk factors that have shown strong content validity based on a three-year recidivism analysis for DV and general re-arrests

This is an analysis of the Hawaii correctional facilities inmate population for FY 2011. The data come from a compilation of 5,921 inmates across nine correctional facilities, including two mainland-based corrections centers. This report examines correctional facility risk-rankings based on pertinent risk indicators from the Level of Service Inventory Revised (LSI-R) and Alcohol Substance Use Survey (ASUS). Additional analyses include risk-rankings by custody status, which include incarcerated Probation Violators, Parole Violators, Sentenced Felons, Sentenced Misdemeanants, and Pretrial and Presentenced offenders.

This is a statistical report on the STATIC-99 and STABLE-2007 actuarial risk assessment instruments administered to convicted sex offenders in FYs 2008 and 2009. These instruments assist probation, parole and Dept. of Public Safety officers in classifying sex offenders by risk levels. Both instruments are also essential for identifying criminogenic (non sex-offense) risk patterns. This report analyzes sex offenders with respect to socio-demographics, average risk scores, and prevalent sex offender risk factors present.

This report is a three-year follow-up recidivism study that tracks rearrests for Hawaii's FY 2007 offender cohort. A total of 2,528 offender assessments were compiled from the State of Hawaii's Probation Services, Hawaii Paroling Authority, and Department of Public Safety. This study report documents ICIS progress toward reducing adult criminal offender recidivism by 30 percent over a ten-year period.

This is a statistical report on the Domestic Violence Screening Instrument (DVSI) and Spousal Assault Risk Assessment (SARA) in FYs 2008 and 2009. Probation Officers use the DVSI for criminal history, risk classification, and risk analysis purposes. The SARA provides useful information on offenders who score above the administrative level of supervision. Both instruments are essential for identifying criminogenic risk patterns, specifically for offenders convicted on domestic violence and assessed at the medium and high risk levels.

This report presents organizational climate survey from participating ICIS agencies. The project surveyed 208 officers and social workers from the Judiciary’s Adult Probation, Hawaii Paroling Authority, and the Department of Public Safety’s Prison and Intake Service Centers using an 8-question Likert Instrument that surveyed six primary dimensions of organizational development (Leadership, Motivation, Communication, Decisions, Goals, and Control).

This PowerPoint presentation of the Correctional Program Checklist (CPC) delivered to Substance Abuse Providers in Hawaii on May 21, 2010 includes a summary analysis of eleven assessed CPC programs, and the recidivism rates of convicted drug offenders, classified by risk levels.

This report presents annually-updated trend analyses of selected indicators of Evidence-Based Practice efforts, as identified by the ICIS and implemented by corrections agencies throughout the State. It provides a composite scan of positive, negative, and uncertain (mixed results) trends from FY 2008 to FY 2009.

This report is a three-year follow-up recidivism study that tracks rearrests for the FY 2006 offender cohort. A total of 2,198 offender assessments were compiled from the State of Hawaii's Probation Services and the Hawaii Paroling Authority. This study report documents ICIS progress toward reducing adult criminal offender recidivism by 30% over a ten-year period.