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Department of Social and Health Services - Juvenile Rehabilitation

  Annual FTEs General Fund State Other Funds Total Funds
  (Dollars in Thousands)
Estimated Expenditures 832.2 184,907 14,366 199,273

2017-19 Maintenance Other Changes

Facility Maintenance Costs 0.0 98 0 98
Mandatory Caseload Adjustments (18.9) (3,108) 0 (3,108)
DES Mileage Rate Increase 0.0 9 0 9
2017-19 Maintenance Other Changes Total (18.9) (3,001) 0 (3,001)

2017-19 Maintenance Transfers Changes

2017-19 Maintenance Transfers Changes Total 0.0 0 0 0
Total Maintenance Changes (18.9) (3,001) 0 (3,001)
2017-19 Maintenance Level 813.3 181,906 14,366 196,272

2017-19 Policy Other Changes

Reduce Assaults in JR Facilities 18.9 3,108 0 3,108
2017-19 Policy Other Changes Total 18.9 3,108 0 3,108
Total Policy Changes 18.9 3,108 0 3,108
2017-19 Policy Level 832.2 185,014 14,366 199,380

Policy Changes

Reduce Assaults in JR Facilities

The interim Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) audit issued in October 2018 found that Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR) failed to meet PREA standard 115.313 (c) which requires each secure juvenile facility to maintain staffing ratios of a minimum of 1:8 during waking hours and 1:16 during sleeping hours. Funding is provided to maintain the existing staffing levels necessary to bring the three JR facilities into compliance with this standard.