Department of Justice

Corrections

Criminogenic program statistics

1st Quarter Report - April 1, 2017 to June, 2017

Inmates sentenced to 90 days or more (i.e. those likely to serve at least 60 days with earned remission), must have a case plan developed that identifies the factors underlying their criminal conduct and targets programming interventions.   Of the 18 inmates who were released during this reporting period and required criminogenic programming, 17 completed one or more programs. The inmate who did not complete their programming at the time of their release refused to participate in any programming. 

*Remanded inmates participate in programming on a voluntary basis.

Programs

 

# of sentenced inmates participated

 

# of sentenced inmates completed

 

# of remand inmates participated*

 

#of remand inmates completed*

Changing Offender Behaviour -Cognitive Skills

52

 9

 4

 4

Relationship Violence Program -Emotional Management (Women)

 -

 -

 -

 -

Relapse Prevention

 -

 -

 -

-

Respectful Relationships - I am a Kind Man

-

-

-

-

Substance Abuse Management

-

-

-

-

Violence Prevention

5

5

2

2

 Sex Offender Program

-

 -

-

-

 

Year End Report - April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017

Inmates sentenced to 90 days or more (i.e. those likely to serve at least 60 days with earned remission), must have a case plan developed that identifies the factors underlying their criminal conduct and targets programming interventions.

Of the 49 inmates who were released during this reporting period and required criminogenic programming, 44 completed one or more programs. Of the five inmates who had not completed their programming at the time of their release, three were referred for individual counseling, one was not required to complete programming, and one could not complete due to documented cognitive impairments.

*Remanded inmates participate in programming on a voluntary basis.

Programs

 

# of sentenced inmates participated

 

# of sentenced inmates completed

 

# of remand inmates participated*

 

#of remand inmates completed*

Changing Offender Behaviour -Cognitive Skills

52

 51

 15

 15

Relationship Violence Program -Emotional Management (Women)

 -

 -

 -

 -

Relapse Prevention

 19

 18

 5

 4

Respectful Relationships - I am a Kind Man

 12

 12

 5

 5

Substance Abuse Management

 20

20

 1

 1

Violence Prevention

21

18

5

3

 Sex Offender Program

-

 -

-

-

 

Year End Report - April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016

Inmates sentenced to 90 days or more (i.e. those likely to serve at least 60 days with earned remission), must have a case plan developed that identifies the factors underlying their criminal conduct and targets programming interventions.

Of the 74 inmates who were released during this reporting period and required criminogenic programming, 68 completed one or more programs. Of the six inmates who did not complete their programming at the time of their release, three were referred for individual counseling, two were not eligible for programming due to court proceedings, and one inmate refused

*Remanded inmates participate in programming on a voluntary basis.

Programs

 

# of programs offered

 

# of sentenced inmates participated

 

# of sentenced inmates completed

 

# of remand inmates participated*

 

#of remand inmates completed*

Changing Offender Behaviour -Cognitive Skills

 33

126

124

 44

 42

Respectful Relationships Program - I am a Kind Man (Men)

 4

 17

17

 6

 6

Relationship Violence Program - Emotional Management (Women)

 2

 1

 1

6

 4

Relapse Prevention

 12

 63

 61

 13

 13

Sex Offender Program

 2

 4

 3

 0

 0

Substance Abuse Management

 10

 39

 39

 6

 6

Violence Prevention

7

29

29

19

19