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Title: Indiana Judicial Service Report: 2006 Probation Report
Corporate Author: Indiana Supreme Court
Division of State Court Admininstration
United States of America
Date Published: 2006
Page Count: 314
Sponsoring Agency: Indiana Supreme Court
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Sale Source: Indiana Supreme Court
Division of State Court Admininstration
30 S. Meridian St., Suite 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204
United States of America
Document: PDF
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic) ; Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This 2006 Indiana Probation Report is the annual compilation of probation workload data and an overview of probation revenues and expenditures.
Abstract: Although the number of new felony probation supervisions increased in 2006, the overall number of new probation supervisions received during 2006 decreased. New felony supervisions increased by 1,375, a 4.4-percent increase over last year. Misdemeanor supervisions, however, decreased by 1,494, down 2.2 percent from last year; and juvenile supervisions declined by 473, a 2-percent decrease. The overall number of new supervisions decreased by 592; however, the total number of supervisions pending at the end of the year was up from 2005. At the end of 2006, Indiana probation departments were supervising 145,789 adults and juveniles, a 1.3-percent increase from 2005. Regarding probation expenditures for 2006, county trial courts spent $57,410,116 on salaries of probation officers and probation office staff. The salary expenditure of the city and town court probation departments was an additional $1,953,503. This constituted approximately 27 percent of all expenditures on the operation of the trial courts. This amount, however, was offset by the collection of adult and juvenile probation user fees. In 2006, $17,326,305 was collected statewide in adult probation user fees, along with $2,320,949 in juvenile user fees, bringing the total to $19,647,254. The revenues increased 7 percent from 2005. Many probationers are ordered to pay restitution as a condition of probation. In 2006, probationers paid $6,847,502 for distribution to aggrieved parties. Tables and graphs
Main Term(s): Financial reports; Indiana; Probation statistics
Index Term(s): Adult offenders; Caseloads; Dispositions; Juvenile case disposition; Juvenile probation
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