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Offender Information Reports

DAI Staff/Visitor/Non-Visitor Arrest Statistics (2013)
A calendar year statistical report of drug and contraband related incidents resulting in the arrest of Staff/Visitors/Non-Visitors which occurred in 2013.

 

California Prisoners & Parolees (Annual)
A compendium of tables, graphs and charts detailing the inmate and parole populations supervised by the California Department of Corrections.


DAI Drug Related Incidents (2013)

A calendar year report of all drug related incidents by institution in which they occurred for 2013.

 

DAI Urinalysis Baseline Testing (2013)

A report for the baseline urinalysis testing of Inmates; to support the implementation of various drug interdiction strategies. Increased random urinalyses in the institutions, coupled with other drug interdiction strategies, will act as a deterrent to the use of illicit drugs.

 

CDCR Annual Reports
A collection of data about the Department, inmates, parolees and more.

 

DNA Collection (Quarterly)
A report on the status of offender DNA collection pursuant to California Proposition 69 (2004).

Upper Term Sentencing (Biannual)
A biannual update for the calendar year of the number of felons admitted to state prison with at least one upper term sentence pursuant to the Supreme Court decision in Cunningham v. California.

Characteristics (Annual)
Various reports delineating the inmate and parole populations including age, ethnicity and type of offense.
  • Characteristics of Felon Admissions to Prison

  • Characteristics of Inmate Population (Semi-Annual)

  • Second and Third Strike Inmate Population (Quarterly)

  • Characteristics of Felon Parolee Population
 

  • Characteristics of Parole Population (Semi-Annual)

Recidivism Rate
The percentage of felons released to parole in California during a particular period who are returned to prison for any reason during a specific follow-up period.
 
  • Two Year Follow-up Period by Commitment Offense

  • Three Year Follow-up Period by Commitment Offense

  • One, Two, and Three Year Follow-up by County

Historical Trends (Annual)
An annual report of changes over a 20-year period in the California Department of Corrections’ prison and parole systems.
 

Behavior (Annual)
Reports on inmate incidents and escapes.
 
  • Inmate Incidents in Institution (Due to restructuring of the incident database, this report has been suspended, until such time as a new incident report can be created.)
 

  • Escapes
 

  • Employees Killed by Inmates
 
 

Condemned Inmates
Numerous reports and information on capital punishment and inmates on death row in California.
 
 

Movement of Prison Population (Annual)
A calendar year report of total movements into and out of each institution by various movement categories for felons, civil narcotic addicts, county diagnostic cases and others.
 

Prison Population
A calendar year report of the average daily prison population by type of commitment, institution and current and previous quarters.
 

Felons Paroled (Annual)
A calendar year report of felons first released and re-released to California Department of Corrections’ parole supervision, by Region and County of Parole.
 

Parolees Returned (Annual)
A calendar year report of the number and rate of felons returned to prison from California Department of Corrections’ parole supervision.
 

Parole Revocations Returns (Annual)
A calendar year report of parole violators returned to custody by principal charge category and average revocation time assessed and served. (Due to problems with the Revocation Scheduling and Tracking System this report has been suspended indefinitely.)
 
 

Time Served (Annual)
A calendar year report of the mean and median time served in prison for felons/civil narcotic addicts first released to parole, by offense.
 
  • Time Served in Prison by Felons

  • Time Served in Prison by Civil Narcotic Addicts
 


Obtaining Additional Information:

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