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Annual Report: Fiscal Year 2019-2020

The downward trend for jail population CJAC has been tracking, continues to show progress at the end of the fiscal year. At the end of October 2019, after tracking the average daily population for one year, the CJAC reported a one-year average of 1,663. That low level for jail population had not been seen in two decades. The CJAC reports that for the full 2020 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2019—June 30, 2020) the average daily jail population was 1,624. The average of 1624 demonstrates an almost two-year trend of jail populations regularly under 1,700. Going back just a few years to the end of FY 2017, the one day jail population for June 30, 2017 was 2,237. Going back even further to the end of FY 2004, the one day jail population for June 30, 2004 was 2,617. As with the first annual report, it should be noted and celebrated that as the chart shows, the work of the CJAC partner agencies is taking our community into positive territory that hasn’t been seen in the county in two decades. Yet, numerous CJAC stakeholders believe even more can be done to safely reduce the jail population and increase the fairness and effectiveness of the county justice system, which is the major task for the CJAC moving into Fiscal Year 2021. See the full report below:

Interlocal Report FY2019
.2020 2nd Annual
Download 2020 2ND ANNUAL • 1.61MB


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