Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant Final Report - Form & Instructions

Illinois Department of Human Services
Bureau of Youth Services & Delinquency Prevention

REDEPLOY ILLINOIS
PLANNING GRANT FINAL REPORT

Form & Instructions

DUE DATE August 15, 2011, 12:00 P.M.

Final Report MUST be submitted electronically (via e-mail) to Karrie Rueter at the following address: Karrie.Rueter@Illinois.gov

The subject line of your e-mail must include the name of your agency (or acronym) and "RI Final Report". Example: Adams County RI Final Report. Also, the actual final report attachment should have the same (or similar) name.

Please do your best to incorporate everything into ONE document.

If you have any questions, please contact Karrie Rueter at Karrie.Rueter@Illinois.gov OR (217) 785-0243.

Final Report - Contact Information

County/Agency
Name
Executive Director/Board Chair
Name
Title
Address
City
State
Zip
Phone
Fax
Email
Redeploy Program Director
Name
Title
Address
City
State
Zip
Phone
Fax
Email

Final Report Guidelines

This report will detail the work of the County, the activities undertaken, and the compiled results of the Planning Grant process.

Planning Grant Overview

Please provide a detailed overview of the activities conducted as a result of the Redeploy Illinois Planning Grant.

3-Year Analysis

JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM - GOVERNANCE

Please provide a description of the existing local governance structure in the County or Counties. In addition, discuss any systems issues currently identified.

JUVENILE SYSTEM DATA ANALYSIS

Please detail below the results of the juvenile system data analysis along with a description of the process utilized to gather and analyze the system data. (Include as possible, DJJ commitments, detention, arrests, petitions, adjudications, transfers etc.) If certain data sets were unavailable or not analyzed, please explain.

CASE FILE ANALYSIS

Now that you have conducted a thorough analysis of the youth committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice for Calendar Years 2008-2010, please provide a detailed review of the results of that analysis. This should include:  Analysis of the youth committed, YASI score, offense history, family history, school history, etc., identified needs of the youth, services provided, identified service gaps for these youth, etc.

SERVICE SYSTEM ANALYSIS

Please provide a detailed description of the results of the service system analysis. This should include: Analysis of existing services available in the community for these youth and their families, service gaps based on identified needs from the Case File Analysis, and proposed new and expanded services to meet the needs of these youth.

Vision for Redeploy Illinois

Now that you have conducted the analysis of youth, needs, services, service gaps, etc., please provide responses to the following questions as you might envision Redeploy Illinois in your community.

SERVICE AREA

Provide a detailed description of the entire Redeploy service area you would target for a future Redeploy Program Grant. You may use County names. Note: This service area is not required to be inclusive or the planning grant counties nor is it limited to the planning grant counties.

STRUCTURE

  1. Identify and describe the role the lead agency would play in the Redeploy Illinois program.
  2. Describe the role that juvenile probation would play in the Redeploy Illinois program.
  3. Would a local consortium of stakeholders oversee the Redeploy Illinois program? If yes, describe the purpose and role of the consortium, how members will be selected, and describe the anticipated membership.
  4. Identify any other agencies, public or private that would have a significant role in the delivery of services and those that would potentially receive funds from the Redeploy Illinois initiative.
  5. Describe the current level of commitment and involvement from each of the local stakeholders that impact the decision to commit a youth to IDJJ.
  6. What role, if any, do you envision the following playing in your Redeploy efforts:
    • Chief Judge or Presiding Juvenile Judge;
    • applicant jurisdiction's Judge hearing juvenile delinquency cases;
    • State's Attorney;
    • Public Defender; and
    • Chief Managing Officer of Probation and Court Services

PROCESS

  1. Describe the intake and assessment process envisioned for the Redeploy Illinois program. 
  2. Describe the criteria to be used to identify and accept youth into the program.
  3. How will your Redeploy program ensure that only those youth who would otherwise be committed to IDJJ are being served by the program?
  4. Describe how the services provided to each juvenile will be individualized and based upon an individualized assessment.

SERVICES

  1. Describe the services and programs envisioned that will be provided to meet the individual needs of targeted juvenile offenders.
  2. Describe how these services and programs are based on research or evidenced based as proven or promising practices and identify the outcome(s) to be achieved
  3. What will be done to rehabilitate the juvenile offender in the community that will be different than previous practices?
  4. Describe the service gaps identified and targeted with Redeploy
  5. Describe new and expanded services that would be available through Redeploy

PROGRAM CAPACITY

Based on the data analyzed for the previous three years, how many program referrals do you anticipate during the course of a year? What is the anticipated annual program capacity for Redeploy in the service area? (How many youth can you serve in the program). Please include an annual capacity as well as a daily capacity.

COMMITMENT REDUCTIONS

  1. Please restate the 3-year average number of Redeploy eligible commitments (CY2008-2010).
  2. State the proposed minimum required reduction (25% of the 3-year average) commitment number.
  3. Please indicate your site's anticipated ability to meet or exceed the required reduction and provide some thoughts about possible strategies that might be engaged to achieve the targeted reductions.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This section is available for you to provide any other information that you would like the Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board to know about the work you have conducted related to the Planning Grant and any future funding of the Redeploy Illinois Program.

Feedback

This section is available for you to provide feedback as it relates to the overall Planning Grant process. If you provide a response here, please provide feedback that will assist the Board in determining whether or not to offer future planning grants, and if so, feedback that will help to improve the process.