Performance Measures

PSA measures achievement of its critical outcomes through three measures:

  1. The percentage of defendants who remain arrest-free during the pretrial release period. 
  1. The percentage of defendants who make all scheduled court appearances during the pretrial period.

  1.  The percentage of defendants who remain on release at the conclusion of their pretrial period without a pending request for removal or revocation due to non-compliance.

 

Over the past four fiscal years, PSA has met or exceeded its established outcome measure targets. So far in FY 2015 (October 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015):

 

  • Ninety-one percent (91%) of released defendants remained arrest free while their cases were being adjudicated. Ninety-eight percent (98%) of released defendants were not rearrested on a crime of violence while in the community pending trial.

 

  • Ninety-percent (90%) of released defendants made all scheduled court appearances.

 

  • Eighty-eight percent (88%) of release defendants remained on release at the conclusion of their pretrial status, without a pending request for removal or revocation due to noncompliance.


 

PSA Performance Outcomes

 




Outcome


FY 2011 Actual


FY 2012 Actual


FY 2013

Actual


FY 2014

Actual


FY 2015

Actual

(as of 6/30/2015)


FY 2015-2017

Target


Percentage of Defendants Who Remain Arrest-free During the Pretrial Release Period


Any crimes


88%


89%


90%


89%


91%


88%


Violent crimes


99%


99%


>99%


99%


98%


98%


Percentage of Defendants Who Make All Scheduled Court Appearances During the Pretrial Period


 

88%


89%


88%


88%


90%


87%


Percentage of Defendants Who Remain on Release at the Conclusion of Their Pretrial Status Without a Pending Request for Removal or Revocation Due to Non-compliance


 

88%


88%


87%


88%


88%


85%