Items tagged with "Annual Report"


publications  |   ICJIA FY16 Annual Report

Published: April 4, 2017
The ICJIA Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report features the Authority’s work in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development during the fiscal year.



news  |   Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report

Published: March 31, 2017
Read the ICJIA Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report to the Governor and General Assembly, featuring the Authority’s work in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development during the fiscal year.



press  |   ICJIA Announces Adult Redeploy Illinois 2015 Annual Report

Published: November 17, 2016
CHICAGO—November 17, 2016. Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Executive Director John Maki today announced release of the Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) Annual Report. The report outlines the program’s achievements through 2015, its fifth calendar year.



news  |   Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) 2015 Annual Report is now available

Published: October 27, 2016

In calendar year 2015, the award-winning ARI program maintained the strong local partnerships on which its success is built, despite being impacted by the state budget impasse. During the year, 22 sites covering 39 counties served 1,917 non-violent offenders with community supervision and services in lieu of incarceration. Of these, 1,641 remained out of the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Since 2011, ARI has distributed more than $15.5 million in grants to local jurisdictions. In that time, the ARI statewide network of sites diverted about 2,500 non-violent offenders from Illinois prisons, representing cost avoidance to the state of nearly $76 million (based on the difference in cost between incarceration and community-based supervision).




news  |   Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice 2015 Annual Report

Published: May 11, 2016
The Authority-supported Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice is committed to working with communities across Illinois to improve the systematic responses for persons with behavioral health disorders who are involved with the criminal justice system.



publications  |   Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council 2015 Annual Report

Published: April 6, 2016
A private and public partnership effectively combating motor vehicle theft and related crimes in Illinois since 1991. The Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act requires insurance companies to pay $1 into a special trust fund for each private passenger automobile insured for physical damage coverage. About $6.5 million are annually collected and distributed by the Council. The funds are designated to support law enforcement programs that increase investigation and prosecution of vehicle theft-related crimes. An overall decrease in Council programming was seen in 2015 in accordance with Illinois Executive Order 8, which suspended state grant programs. Despite the suspension of grant funds, the Council remains dedicated to combating motor vehicle theft in Illinois in partnership with the insurance industry. Vehicle theft in Illinois has dropped nearly 77 percent since 1991, when the Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act was passed by the General Assembly. From 1991 to 2014, the annual number of stolen vehicles decreased from 75,642 to 17,563.This has resulted in a projected savings of more than $340 million in property losses. Grant funds awarded by the Council have improved motor vehicle theft law enforcement by establishing and supporting multi-jurisdictional task forces, investigative teams, and other anti-theft efforts throughout the state.



news  |   Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council 2015 Annual Report

Published: April 6, 2016
A private and public partnership effectively combating motor vehicle theft and related crimes in Illinois since 1991. The Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act requires insurance companies to pay $1 into a special trust fund for each private passenger automobile insured for physical damage coverage. About $6.5 million are annually collected and distributed by the Council. The funds are designated to support law enforcement programs that increase investigation and prosecution of vehicle theft-related crimes.

An overall decrease in Council programming was seen in 2015 in accordance with Illinois Executive Order 8, which suspended state grant programs. Despite the suspension of grant funds, the Council remains dedicated to combating motor vehicle theft in Illinois in partnership with the insurance industry. Vehicle theft in Illinois has dropped nearly 77 percent since 1991, when the Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act was passed by the General Assembly. From 1991 to 2014, the annual number of stolen vehicles decreased from 75,642 to 17,563.This has resulted in a projected savings of more than $340 million in property losses. Grant funds awarded by the Council have improved motor vehicle theft law enforcement by establishing and supporting multi-jurisdictional task forces, investigative teams, and other anti-theft efforts throughout the state.



news  |   Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority 2015 Annual Report

Published: April 1, 2016
On behalf of the Members and staff of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, I am pleased to present the ICJIA Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Report. This report features the Authority’s work in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development during the fiscal year.



publications  |   Adult Redeploy Illinois 2014 Annual Report

Published: October 7, 2015
| The Adult Redeploy Illinois 2014 Annual Report is now available on the ARI website. The report provides local jurisdictions, policymakers, and the general public important information on progress to-date in the initiative. 2014 was a year of continued growth for Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI). The number of non-violent offenders supervised at ARI sites increased 33 percent, from 1,275 in 2013 to 1,698 in 2014. From 2011-2014, more than 2,100 non-violent offenders were diverted from prison which represents about $46.5 million in potential cost savings to the state by providing local supervision and services instead of sending these individuals to prison.



news  |   Adult Redeploy Illinois 2014 Annual Report

Published: October 2, 2015

The Adult Redeploy Illinois 2014 Annual Report is now available on the ARI website. The report provides local jurisdictions, policymakers, and the general public important information on progress to-date in the initiative.

2014 was a year of continued growth for Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI). The number of non-violent offenders supervised at ARI sites increased 33 percent, from 1,275 in 2013 to 1,698 in 2014.

From 2011-2014, more than 2,100 non-violent offenders were diverted from prison which represents about $46.5 million in potential cost savings to the state by providing local supervision and services instead of sending these individuals to prison.




news  |   Freedom from Drone Surveillance Act Reports

Published: June 26, 2015

In accordance with the Freedom from Drone Surveillance Act [725 ILCS 167], the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is pleased to announce publication of the FY 2015 Freedom from Drone Surveillance Act Annual Report.




news  |   ICJIA FY14 Annual Report

Published: March 31, 2015

The ICJIA Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report features the Authority’s work in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development during the fiscal year.




publications  |   ICJIA FY14 Annual Report

Published: March 31, 2015
The ICJIA Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report features the work done by the Authority in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information systems development during the fiscal year.



publications  |   Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council 2014 Annual Report

Published: March 19, 2015
A private and public partnership effectively combating motor vehicle theft and related crimes in Illinois since 1991.



publications  |   Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council 2013 Annual Report

Published: July 25, 2014
A private and public partnership effectively combating motor vehicle theft and related crimes in Illinois since 1991.



publications  |   ICJIA FY13 Annual Report

Published: April 1, 2014
The ICJIA Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report features the Authoritys work in Illinois criminal justice policy and planning, grants administration, research, and information syste