County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2019
Report 20-07, December 2020
- Twenty-eight programs responded to our survey requesting information regarding their 2019 operations. No programs reported receiving state general revenue, while 28 programs reported receiving county funds and 5 programs reported receiving grants.
- Twelve pretrial release programs were able to provide a detailed breakdown of defendants’ criminal history information, which varied among programs. For these programs, the percentage of defendants with violent felony criminal histories ranged from 3% to 46%. Programs in 27 counties reported that judges may order defendants to post bond in addition to being supervised by the programs. Programs also reported varying numbers of defendants that failed to appear in court or were arrested while in the programs.
- Pretrial release programs have generally complied with statutory requirements, as 27 programs reported that they maintained the required weekly register, and 28 programs provided OPPAGA with an annual report. Some reporting requirements do not apply to programs that do not make release recommendations, and some programs did not report criminal history information due to state and federal restrictions.
County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2021
Report 22-09 December 2022
County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2020
Report 21-11 December 2021
County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2018
Report 19-17 December 2019
County Pretrial Release Programs: Calendar Year 2017
Report 18-06 November 2018
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