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    Reentry & Juvenile Crime Initiatives - Vista, CA (April 23, 2010) Reentry & Juvenile Crime Initiatives - Vista, CA (April 23, 2010) Presentation Transcript

    • Weed & Seed Reentry Public Safety and Juvenile Crime Initiatives
      • Webinar
      • April 23, 2010
      • The Community Capacity Development Office, US DOJ
      • Center for Community Safety at Winston-Salem State University
      • Feature Presentation by Vista, CA
    • Today’s Agenda: - Welcome and Introductions - Goals for Today - Using Data to Drive Strategies Presentation - Next Steps
    • Vista Weed & Seed Juvenile Crime Initiative: Reentry and Gangs Using Data to Drive Strategies Presented by: Kathy Valdez, City of Vista Darcie Brown, San Diego County Sheriff’s Department
    • Goals of Vista Weed & Seed site
      • Assess the extent of juvenile reentry and juvenile crime;
      • Use data-driven strategies to reduce juvenile recidivism, crime, and gang activity;
      • Develop a comprehensive strategic/action plan;
      • Implement the OJJDP Gang Model
    • Focusing Anti-Gang Strategies SUPPRESSION: Gang Leaders – Serious & Chronic Offenders INTERVENTION: Active Gang Members, Recently Released And Paroles returning to the community PREVENTION (Secondary): Children and Adolescents at High Risk for Gang Involvement PREVENTION (Primary): General Population of Youth and Families Living in High Risk Areas Share of Illegal Activity Relative Share of Population
    • Risk factors linked to gang involvement
      • Community Risk Factors
      • Family Risk Factors
      • School Risk Factors
      • Peer Group Risk Factors
      • Individual Risk Factors
    • Program Partners
      • San Diego County Sheriff’s Department
      • San Diego County Probation
      • Vista Unified School District
      • Children’s Services
      • Community-Based Organizations
    • Target Area
      • Primary: Townsite Neighborhood
      • Secondary: Other Neighborhoods
    • Target Area
    • Snap shot of Vista Home Boys gang members
      • Age of documented gang members and associates
      • Gang-related crime
    • Documented Vista Home Boys
      • Members
      • Under 18 9
      • 18-25 87
      • Over 25 130
      • Total 226
      • Associates
      • Under 18 10
      • 18-25 18
      • Over 25 11
      • Total 39
    • VHB Known Associates Not Yet Documented
      • Under 18 18
      • 18-25 42
      • Over 25 27
      • Total 87
    • Juvenile Crime
      • Type of crime – by highest charge and all charges
      • Day and time crime committed
      • Mapping of criminal activity and offender residence
    •       2187 Grand Total       4 Homicide       8 Sex Cases       9 Fraud Cases       9 Arson       15 Motor Vehicle Theft       33 Deadly Weapon Cases       62 Robbery       72 Larceny       105 Malicious Mischief Cases       117 Other non-criminal code Cases       131 Burglary       220 Child and Family Cases       277 Narcotics Cases       299 Aggravated Assault       826 Other part II and III       Total Charge Description           1/1/2007 through 10/31/2009     Juvenile Contacts - Offenses High to Low       Data available in ARJIS as of 11/30/09         Data Source: ARJIS/CASS                 3023 Grand Total       1 Embezzlement Cases       2 Rape       4 Homicide       9 Sex Cases       11 Fraud Cases       12 Arson       22 Motor Vehicle Theft       38 Deadly Weapon Cases       65 Robbery       98 Larceny       132 Burglary       181 Other non-criminal code Cases       191 Malicious Mischief Cases       240 Child and Family Cases       349 Aggravated Assault       374 Narcotics Cases       1294 Other part II and III       Total Charge Description       Highest to Lowest 1/1/2007 to 10/31/2009 All Charges for Juvenile Contacts by Year
    • Crime by Highest Charge – 2009* *thru 10/31/09
    • Highest Charge – Time of Day 2009 * thru 10/31/09
    • All Charges by Age - 2009 * *thru 10/31/09
    • 2187 340 32 238 42 214 245 189 314 Grand Total 8 2   1   1 2     Sex Cases 62 6       2 19 12 8 Robbery 826 142 20 144 11 70 91 53 141 Other part II and III 117 52 3 10   3 8 5 3 Other non-criminal code Cases 277 62 2 16 7 29 17 14 49 Narcotics Cases 15 2     3 4 1 1   Motor Vehicle Theft 105 4   4 3 24 13 12 6 Malicious Mischief Cases 72   2 5 1 9 3   8 Larceny 4                 Homicide 9 2       1   4   Fraud Cases 33 1 1 2 1 5 11 5 1 Deadly Weapon Cases 220 16   41 7 16 34 31 14 Child and Family Cases 131 19 4 4 4 6 12 13 13 Burglary 9 3   1   2 2 1   Arson 299 29   10 5 42 32 38 71 Aggravated Assault Grand Total 319 311 310 309 308 306 305 302 Charge Description   Beat                     1/1/2007 through 10/31/2009 Juvenile Contacts by Description and Beat by Highest Charge City of Vista San Diego County Sheriff's Department
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    • Juvenile Probation
      • Number and demographics
      • Type of crime
      • Type of supervision/incarceration
      • Gang affiliation
    • Vista Juveniles on Probation
      • 279 youth are on juvenile probation in Vista
      • 74% are male
      • Ethnic breakdown
        • Asian 1 Other/UNK 7
        • Black 14 Pacific Islander 5
        • Hispanic 196 White 56
    • Juvenile Probation Type of Crime Committed
      • Crime Against Person 107
      • Crime Against Property 83
      • Drug/Alcohol Offense 28
      • Other 2
      • Status Offense 48
      • Weapons Offense 11
    • Juvenile Probationers Supervision
      • 654 Informal Supervision 10
      • 654.2 Informal Supervision 11
      • Aftercare 6
      • Breaking Cycles, in custody 18
      • Breaking Cycles, non-custody 7
      • Compliance 10
      • CROP 16
      • Drug Court 4
      • Gang Suppression Unit 21
      • Intake 2
    • Supervision (Continued)
      • Mid Supervision 26
      • Regular Supervision 49
      • Residential Treatment 9
      • Sex Offender 7
      • Truancy Suppression Unit 54
      • Warrant Bank 16
      • Watch 1
      • Wings 8
      • YOU, in custody 2
      • YOU, non-custody 1
    • Juvenile Probationers Incarceration
      • Camp Barrett 8
      • East Mesa Juv. Detention Facility 15
      • Girls Rehabilitation Facility 1
      • Juvenile Ranch Facility 7
      • Kearny Mesa Juv. Detention Facility 7
    • Juvenile Probationers Gang Affiliation
      • Crook City Bloods 1
      • Deep Valley Bloods 1
      • Deep Valley Crips 1
      • Mexican Demon Locos 1
      • Mid Valley Ryders 1
      • Posole Locos 1
      • South Los 4
      • Varrio San Marcos 4
      • Varrio San Marcos Ghost Town 1
      • Vista Home Boys 12
      • Wolf Pack Locos 1
    • School Data
      • Suspensions by grade, ethnicity, gender
      • Expulsions by grade, ethnicity, gender
      • Truancy
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    • What does the data mean?
      • Understand what the data is and consider what may be impacting it
      • Review the data with individuals from different disciplines
      • Compare “apples to apples”
      • Look for patterns
    • Using data to drive strategies
      • Identify target groups
        • Primary Prevention
        • Secondary Prevention
        • Intervention
        • Suppression
      • Understand needs of target population
      • Identify appropriate programs and services
    • Vista Weed & Seed Use of Data
      • Grant opportunities
      • Garner local and regional support
    • Vista Weed & Seed next steps
      • Further define target groups and appropriate services
      • Compile and present comprehensive strategic action plan
      • Contact Information
      • Kathy Valdez
      • Community Outreach Program Manager
      • City of Vista
      • (760) 643-2892
      • [email_address]
      • Darcie Brown
      • Crime Analyst
      • San Diego Sheriff’s Department, Vista Station
      • (760) 940- 4925
      • [email_address]
    • Next Steps
      • Continue to Develop Strategic Action Plan
      • Continue Progress Toward Goals and Objectives
      • Utilize Data and Partners
      • Monthly Conference Calls
      • Questions? Contact Joanne Davidson [email_address]