The Department of Corrections has identified 125 buildings that are 50 years or older in response to RFI #6. The attachment provides details on each building's general condition, use status, and estimated cost to address controlled maintenance needs., Colorado Department of Corrections., "October 1, 2015.", Online resource; title from PDF first sentence of cover letter (viewed June 2022)
The Colorado Web-based Integrated Support Environment (C-WISE) is an enterprise solution that combines a web based case management system integrated with treatment providers, law enforcement, and electronic monitoring vendors supported by a call center staffed with 164 operators that assist in data collection and documentation on a 24/7/365 basis. The majority of Community Parole Officer (CPO) functions are automated within the C-WISE system to allow for documentation and retrieval of offender supervision activities in real time via web interface, telephone, or cellular phone applications., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
"The Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) made formal request to the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), U.S. Department of Justice, to have an external review of its offender classification system and its administrative segregation policies and practices."--P. 2., "Technical Assistance # 11P1022.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2012), "October 2011."
After review of the C.L.E.A.R. report, it became apparent that a number of inaccurate statements related to the Parole Board were included. The Parole Board performed a systematic review of the data presented in the C.L.E.A.R. report, and an independent analysis is presented in this document., published December 2016 by the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2018)
The Colorado State Penitentiary Offenders with Mental Illness (CSP OMI) program will house and provide more intensive treatment to offenders who are classified as administrative segregation and who have been identified as having mental illnesses. Offenders who have medical problems or require ADA accommodations will be included in the program., Bibliography: page 11., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2018)
The Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC) contracted with the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) to conduct a time and workload study to develop empirically-based workload values for Community Parole Officers, enabling the department to determine the number of CPOs required to supervise the average daily population (ADP) of parolees in the community., project staff, Suzanne Tallarico, project director ; John Douglas, project consultant, Kristi Rosten, project consultant, Scott Taylor, project consultant., "May 9, 2014 (revised May 15, 2014).", Includes bibliographical references.
The goals of this study were to determine how the proposed classification instruments would change the distribution of offenders at each custody level, examine offenders who would change to a much higher or lower custody level, calculate the percentage of overrides and override reasons, and determine how well the instrument predicts offender behavior and which items drive custody level., Evaluation summary (June 2012) -- Phase II (March 2013), Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed September 2017)
Offenders on regular parole have mental health services and sex offender treatment available to them through the division's ATP service network. Offenders with a mental health code of P3 or above may be eligible for ATP services through treatment referrals from their respective community parole officer. The division coordinates the offender's treatment through the ATP Network and also works closely with the State's local mental health centers. In order for an offender to get credit for their parole ordered treatment, the treatment provider must be ATP approved., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
In Colorado, 76% of inmates have a moderate to severe need for substance abuse treatment. One of the programs funded by the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) to help link this high volume of offenders with substance abuse treatment is the Colorado Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (Colorado TASC) program, administered by a contractual relationship with Peer Assistance Services, Inc. (PAS)., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
Memo addresses processes for utilization of services, communication, security issues, and the practice of providing medical/surgical services to the Department of Corrections offenders at the Colorado Department of Human Services' Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo., Online resource; title from PDF first paragraph (viewed August 2018)
The objective of the present study aims to establish the effectiveness of Colorado's implementation of the prison plus community TC model by examining different factors in three distinct studies., Cover title., Mode of access: World Wide Web., Includes bibliographical references.