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Adult corrections budget--table 3: 2002-2003 programs.

ADULT CORRECTIONS BUDGET--TABLE 3: 2002-2003 PROGRAMS

    SYSTEM      COMMUNITY PROGRAMS/CAPACITY

ALABAMA         Not available
ALASKA          No response
ARIZONA         Community supervision/4,656
ARKANSAS        Work release centers/575
CALIFORNIA      No response
COLORADO        Community corrections/1,047; intensive supervision/714
CONNECTICUT     Community residential/685
DELAWARE        Work release centers/610; probation violation centers/
                500; supervised custody/16
DISTRICT OF     No response
COLUMBIA
FLORIDA         Drug treatment/1,885; electronic monitoring/761; work
                release/2,262
GEORGIA         Inmate work release centers/1,171; probationers work
                release centers/1,352; special probation supervision/
                9,111; regular probation supervision/115,046
HAWAII          Not available
IDAHO           Work release centers/426
ILLINOIS        No response
INDIANA         Community corrections, including residential,
                restitution, day reporting, work release, home
                detention, etc. (1)
IOWA            No response
KANSAS          Community corrections/5,100; day reporting centers/160;
                work release centers/318
KENTUCKY        Local jails/5,034; halfway houses/553; community
                custody/511; alternative sentencing/241
LOUISIANA       Halfway houses/380; work release programs/894
MAINE           None
MARYLAND        No response
MASSACHUSETTS   Not available
MICHIGAN        Community corrections/37,390; community residential/
                528; electronic monitoring/2,527; technical rule
                violator program/558
MINNESOTA       None included in the budget
MISSISSIPPI     Community work centers/1,816; restitution centers/264
MISSOURI        Electronic monitoring/1,250; residential treatment
                facilities/248; out-of-state substance abuse treatment/
                4,472; female re-entry/50
MONTANA         No response
NEBRASKA        Work release centers/290
NEVADA          Restitution center/96
NEW HAMPSHIRE   Administrative home confinement/unlimited capacity on a
                case-by-case basis; halfway houses/148
NEW JERSEY      Residential community programs/3,140; MAP/60; home
                confinement/200
NEW MEXICO      No response
NEW YORK        Work release and community reintegration programs (part
                of institutional programs/numbers unknown)
NORTH CAROLINA  Work release/numbers unknown
NORTH DAKOTA    Work release/15; correctional rehabilitation and
                recovery program/25; Tomkins Rehabilitation Unit/35
OHIO            Community correctional facilities/5,065; halfway
                houses/7,783; Community Correction Act jail diversion/
                21,036; Community Correction Act prison diversion/9,032
OKLAHOMA        Community sentencing/4,284; halfway houses/976;
                community correction centers/668; work centers/1,033
OREGON          No response
PENNSYLVANIA    No response
RHODE ISLAND    Work release/number unknown; women's transitional
                housing/number unknown
SOUTH CAROLINA  Work release/1,000; designated facility housing/500
SOUTH DAKOTA    Community service/182; work release/105
TENNESSEE       N/A (since probation and parole merged in 1999 and are
                no longer art of the department of corrections
TEXAS           Residential, substance abuse services, electronic
                monitoring, battering intervention and prevention
                programs, community corrections, etc./each with varying
                capacities
UTAH            No response
VERMONT         No response
VIRGINIA        No response
WASHINGTON      Work release/699
WEST VIRGINIA   No response
WISCONSIN       Work release, halfway houses, substance abuse treatment
                programs, felony drug offender alternative to prison
                program/each with varying capacities
WYOMING         No response
FEDERAL BUREAU  No response
OF PRISONS

CANADIAN SYSTEMS

MANITOBA        Halfway houses and community reporting centers/private
                agency contract with no cap; community reporting
                center/no cap
ONTARIO         Community residential/12,252 bed days per year;
                electronic monitoring, anger management, counseling,
                court intake, crime prevention, community service,
                employment and literacy, multiculturalism, native-
                related, psychological assessments, sex offender
                treatment, substance abuse, volunteer programs and
                victim-offender reconciliation/varying capacities

                                        BUDGET INCLUSION FOR JUVENILES?

                                        Sentenced as   Not Sentenced as
    SYSTEM      NEW PROGRAMS/CAPACITY   Adults/Number   Adults/Number

ALABAMA         Out-of-state private    Yes/201        No
                facility housing
                contracts/1,725
ALASKA
ARIZONA         None                    Yes/131        No
ARKANSAS        None                    Yes/unknown    No
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO        None                    Yes/242        No
CONNECTICUT     None                    Yes/20         No
DELAWARE        None                    No             No
DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
FLORIDA         None                    Yes/unknown    No
GEORGIA         None                    Yes/unknown    No
HAWAII          Not available
IDAHO           None                    No             No
ILLINOIS
INDIANA         Not available           Yes/43         Breakdown not
IOWA                                                   available
KANSAS          None                    Yes/7          No
KENTUCKY        Local jail training     No             No
                for mental health and
                substance abuse/
                number unknown
LOUISIANA       None                    Yes/unknown    Yes/10,131
MAINE           None                    Yes/unknown    Yes/unknown
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS   None                    Yes/unknown    No
MICHIGAN        None                    Yes/480        No
MINNESOTA       None                    Yes/unknown    Yes/187
MISSISSIPPI     None                    Yes/1,114      No
MISSOURI        180-day substance       Yes/5          No
                abuse treatment/270
MONTANA
NEBRASKA        Detainee center         Yes/unknown    No
                (Hastings)/152
NEVADA          None                    Yes/26         No
NEW HAMPSHIRE   None                    Yes/2          No
NEW JERSEY      None                    No             No
NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK        None                    No             No

NORTH CAROLINA  None                    Unknown        No
NORTH DAKOTA    Bismarck transitional   No             No
                center/50; special
                assistance unit/24
OHIO            None                    Yes/77         No
OKLAHOMA        None                    Yes/unknown    No
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
RHODE ISLAND    None                    Yes/3          No
SOUTH CAROLINA  None                    No             No
SOUTH DAKOTA    None                    Yes/unknown    No
TENNESSEE       None                    Yes/18         No
TEXAS           None                    Yes/216        No
UTAH
VERMONT
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
WISCONSIN       None                    Yes/70, est.   Yes/1,049, est.
WYOMING
FEDERAL BUREAU
OF PRISONS

CANADIAN SYSTEMS

MANITOBA        None                    Yes/6-10       Yes/12-15
                                        annually       annually
ONTARIO         None                    No             Yes/722 (in
                                                       youth justice
                                                       units, separate
                                                       and apart from
                                                       adults)

(1) INDIANA: Grants are given by the Department of Corrections to those
county community corrections agencies that apply and that participate
in the statutory Indiana Community Correction Grant Act. Grants also
are given in the statutory Community Transition Program to those
counties that apply as part of their community corrections or probation
programs and are considered an early release opportunity for offenders.
Capacities vary according to the county.
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