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Juvenile Probation Officer Workload and Caseload Study: Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice

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dc.contributor.author Rosay, André B.
dc.contributor.author Begich, Thomas S.
dc.date.accessioned 2014-05-27T18:38:54Z
dc.date.available 2014-05-27T18:38:54Z
dc.date.issued 2010-04-01
dc.identifier.citation Rosay, André B. and Begich, Thomas S. (Apr 2010). Juvenile Probation Officer Workload and Caseload Study: Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice. Completed under Grant No. 2008-IC-BX-K001 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance to the Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice. Anchorage, AK: Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage. en_US
dc.identifier.other JC 0902.01
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11122/3687
dc.description.abstract This report describes results of a study to measure and analyze the workload and caseload of Juvenile Probation Officers (JPOs) within the Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice. More specifically, this study assessed the resources needed in both rural and urban Alaska to adequately meet minimum probation standards, to continue the development and enhancement of system improvements, and to fully implement the restorative justice field probation service delivery model. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant No. 2008-IC-BX-K001 en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Section I – Juvenile Probation Officer Workload and Caseload Study Table 1. Total Time Available by Office Figure 1. Referrals for New Offenses, by Depth of Processing Table 2. Average Caseloads by Office: FY06-08 Table 3. Summary Estimates for Hours Required per Type of Case Table 4. Final Results Table 5. Workload Burdens / Section II – Workload Elements Table 6. Total Time Available by Office Figure 2. Referrals for New Offenses, by Depth of Processing Table 7. Average Caseloads for Ultimate Probation Officers: FY06-08 Table 8. Average Caseloads for Immediate Probation Officers: FY06-08 Table 9. Summary Estimates for Hours Required per Type of Case / Section III – Workload Calculations Table 10. Total Hours Needed by Office Table 11. Total Hours Needed and Available by Office Table 12. Positions Needed by Office Table 13. Workload Burdens by Office Table 14. Summary of Final Results Table 15. Final Results with Average Times Required per Case Table 16. Final Results with Average Case Dispositions Table 17. Final Results with Average Times Required per Case and Case Dispositions Table 18. Summary of Final Results Table 19. Time Study Comparisons / Appendix A – Time Available Table A.1. Number of Positions by Region and Location Table A.2. Average Hours per Week Required for Other Activities Table A.3. Total Hours Available per Year by Position and Office / Appendix B – Number of Cases Figure B.1. Referrals for New Offenses, by Depth of Processing Table B.1. Average Caseloads for Ultimate Probation Officers: FY06-08 Table B.2. Average Caseloads for Immediate Probation Officers: FY06-08 / Appendix C – Time Required Table C.1. Summary Estimates for Hours Required per Type of Case Table C.2. Average Estimates (in Minutes) per Type of Case and Activity Table C.3. Detailed Estimates (in Minutes) for Time Required per Dismissed Case Table C.4. Detailed Estimates (in Minutes) for Time Required per Case Adjusted Without a Referral Table C.5. Detailed Estimates (in Minutes) for Time Required per Case Adjusted With a Referral Table C.6. Detailed Estimates (in Minutes) for Time Required per Informal Probation Case Table C.7. Detailed Estimates (in Minutes) for Time Required per Petitioned Case en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center en_US
dc.title Juvenile Probation Officer Workload and Caseload Study: Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice en_US
dc.type Report en_US


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