This report is released twice a year in a series of comprehensive statewide analysis using the definition of adult recidivism in HB (codified in ORS ). The most recent data available is included, and the statewide recidivism analysis is provided in this report. of adult recidivism mandated in HB () (codified in ORS ). In conjunction with this report addition, the CJC has also updated its interactive online data dashboard to present the results of this recidivism analysis 2.
Oregon Recidivism Analysis. November Criminal Justice Commission. Michael Schmidt, Executive Director the CJC has made recidivism rates across counties available on our website at. using the definition of adult recidivism in HB (codified in ORS ). The most recent data available is included, and the statewide. using the definition of adult recidivism in HB (codified in ORS ). The most recent data available is included, along with additional analyses to disaggregate recidivism rates by age, gender, race, crime type, and risk to recidivate level.
Statistics show that between the years recidivism rates in Oregon decreased to %, one of the lowest rates of re-offenders in the United States. These programs have proven effective within adult correctional facilities. Can these or similar programs also be successful when implemented within the juvenile justice system? The Recidivism Dashboard is provided by the Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) and includes information on recidivism rates, time until recidivate, and risk scores to recidivate. The dashboard includes the ability to view data in many ways, including by gender, age, race, region, county, crime category, and years.
Corrections officials and policymakers are increasingly recognizing the need to define and consistently track recidivism rates and to gauge progress. Recidivism reports include statewide and county-specific measures of recidivism based on the measurement of criminal activity as a gauge of community safety. The definition of recidivism for this report: “As a measure of public safety, recidivism is defined as a new criminal referral.