Redeploy Illinois Logic Model

Helping Families. Supporting Communities. Empowering Individuals.
Bureau of Youth Intervention Services (BYIS)
Program Manual FY 2016 - V. Program Specific Logic Models

C. Redeploy Illinois - Logic Model

GOAL: To decrease juvenile incarceration through the creation of evidence based community programs that maintain public safety and promote positive outcomes for youth.

ELIGIBILITY: Any youth under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, not currently in IDJJ, that is facing a possible commitment to IDJJ for a charge other than murder or a Class X forcible felony.


  • Redeploy Illinois Statute
  • Grant Funding
  • Training
  • Technical Assistance
  • Annual Report to Governor and General Assembly
  • Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board
  • ICJIA - Data Collection and Analysis Support
  • Monthly Data Reporting
  • Probation Staff
  • IL Dept of Juvenile Justice
  • Judges; States Attorneys; Public Defenders
  • County Boards
  • Local Data
  • Research
  • YASI Data Systems (AOIC/e Cornerstone )


  • Youth Assessment Screening Instrument (YASI)
  • Cognitive Education and Treatment
  • Community Restorative Boards
  • Employment-Related Services
  • Global Positioning System Monitoring
  • Home Detention
  • Individualized Staffings
  • Mental Health Counseling and Treatment
  • Multidisciplinary Case Review Meetings
  • Parent/Family Support Services
  • Positive Recreational Activities
  • Mentoring Services
  • Psychological and Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Substance Abuse Counseling and Treatment
  • Court Diversion Programs
  • Tele-Psychiatry
  • Transportation Services
  • Tutoring and Educational Advocacy
  • Victim-Related Services
  • Aggression Replacement Training
  • Washington Aggression Interruption Training
  • Functional Family Therapy
  • MultiSystemic Therapy
  • Parenting with Love and Limits
  • Conduct regular community stakeholder meetings
  • Educate the community about JJ System Practitioners and current Juvenile Research
  • Advocacy


  • Implement a programming that diverts Redeploy eligible youth from IDJJ commitments
  • Establish a continuum of local, community-based sanctions and treatment alternatives
  • Ensure appropriate risk and needs assessments are utilized.
  • Develop, implement and complete individualized care plans based on identified needs from appropriate assessments.
  • Provide community-based services to youth in the least restrictive setting possible
  • Implement programming that is research or evidence-based as proven or promising
  • Implement non-traditional services and programs that supplement EBP.
  • Offender accountability through restorative justice practices that ensure offenders understand how their actions have affected others and take responsibility for their actions.
  • Empower communities to take responsibility for the well-being of its members.
  • Increase youth competencies and protective factors
  • Ensure youth receive necessary mental health, substance abuse and education and employment services
  • Involve the family in the provision of services
  • Implement strategies that foster commitment and involvement of local stakeholders
  • Data driven decision making


  • Increase in the number of Redeploy eligible youth diverted from IDJJ
  • Increased use of community-based treatment alternatives
  • Increase the number of RI youth successfully completing The RI program
  • Increased protective factors for RI youth
  • Decrease risk factors for RI youth
  • RI Youth will receive services to address identified needs (MH, SA, Trauma, Educational or Learning Disabilities, Truancy, Life Skills, etc.)
  • Improved education performance/outcomes for RI youth
  • Increased family functioning and stability for RI youth
  • Decrease in new adjudications for RI youth


In Redeploy Illinois Counties:

  • Decreased juvenile incarceration
  • Reduced reliance on IDJJ
  • Reduced juvenile recidivism
  • RI Youth will be employed
  • RI Youth will have a HS Diploma or GED
  • RI Youth will be in a stable living arrangement