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MENTALLY IMPAIRED CASELOAD

A specially trained Community Supervision Officer will supervise a caseload limited to 30 high risk/need probationers who have documented mental impairments, which may interfere with their ability to successfully complete supervision.  During the first 30 days, (re)assessments will be facilitated identifying and documenting the risk/needs, an individualized supervision plan will be developed, and appropriate referrals will be made.  Face to face contact will include a minimum of two office visits and two-field visits per month for those offenders classified as Intensive.  Additionally, one monthly collateral contact with the MHMR Case Manager is required.  Those offenders classified as Transitional will have a minimum of two face-to-face contacts per month, with one of the monthly contacts being an office visit and one being a field visit.  Additionally if required, one monthly collateral contact with the MHMR Case Manager. 

The specialized caseload meets the obvious needs of the mentally impaired offenders by providing more intense supervision and referrals for evaluation and treatment.  Probationers will be supervised on the specialized caseload as long as they are on supervision and have identified risk/needs relating to their mental impairments.

The following table illustrates activity of the Mentally Impaired Caseloads from FY ’04 through ’09:  

 

Mentally Impaired Caseloads
Historical Program Activity
FY '04 - '09

 

 

 

FY’04

FY'05

FY'06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Intakes

38

28

55

41

70

64

Discharges

33

35

 35

42

53

78

Served

86

81

 101

107

135

136

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following table illustrates Mentally Impaired Caseload discharge data by Discharge Reason:

 

Mentally Impaired Caseload Discharges by Discharge Reason

Fiscal Years ’04-’09

 

 

FY’04 (N=33)

FY’05

(N=35)

FY’06
(N=35)

FY’07

(N=42)

FY’08 (N=53)

FY’09

(N=78)

Completion of Program

12

15

15

16

18

32

Inappropriate Placement

2

2

4

5

9

11

Violation of Program

17

15

12

17

25

33

Absconded

0

0

0

1

0

1

Transfer

0

0

1

2

1

0

Death

1

1

 1

0

0

1

Other Overriding Activity

1

2

2

1

0

0

N=Total Number Discharged