|Date Requested:January 27, 2014
Time Requested:02:53 PM
| FUND(S) |
Sources of Revenue
Legislation creates:A New Program,A New Fund
Effect this measure will have on costs and revenues of state government.
| Classes would be offered on an as needed basis relying upon LS/CMI assessment scores and time until parole board eligibility. We estimate that this would require a 17 week programming cycle in order to deliver the most common WVDOC programming to inmates held in the RJA. The programs offered would include, Aladrue (less intensive substance abuse), Batterers Intervention & Prevention Program, Crime Victim Awareness, Managing My Anger, Sex Offender Programming, and Thinking for a Change. Contract staff would also conduct assessments and group therapy.
Annual Cost Impact:
1. Staff: In order to deliver the programs above the WVDOC would need to hire an additional 10 Correctional Counselor 2’s. Cost = $348,770.00 per year (Minimum Salary of $24,912 + 40% for benefits = $34,876.8 per employee X 10 employees).
2. Contract Staff (Licensed Therapists). Cost = $91,520 (8 hours per week per jail at $18 per hour).
3. Transportation: Staff would be based out of WVDOC facilities and travel to RJA jails as needed. This will provide flexibility and redundancy to the system, as staff at the WVDOC facility can fill in as needed. Cost = $86,000 ($8,600 per vehicle x 10 jails).
4. Total = $526,290
One Time Costs:
1. Equipment: Computers, monitors, projectors, miscellaneous supplies. Cost = $25,000
|Effect of Proposal||Fiscal Year|
|1. Estmated Total Cost||551,290||526,290||0|
|Repairs and Alterations||0||0||0|
|2. Estimated Total Revenues||0||0||0|
3. Explanation of above estimates (including long-range effect):
This investment should allow the appropriate inmates the opportunity to more adequately prepare for parole before their hearing. This should increase the grant rate for inmates who see the parole board for the first time and should result in an overall cost savings to the State of West Virginia.
|This investment should allow the appropriate inmates the opportunity to more adequately prepare for parole before their hearing. This should increase the grant rate for inmates who see the parole board for the first time and should result in an overall cost savings to the State of West Virginia.|