The Sheriff’s Department provides law enforcement services and protection, secures courts and serves criminal and civil process papers, operates jail facility and provides custody, security, care, feeding and medical welfare of inmates, and provides animal control services.
Workload Measures 2017/2018
Calls for service (including self-initiated calls): 16,954
Number of civil papers resolved: 2,902 (96.2% avg. resolved within 10 days; 98.1% resolved within 20 days)
Jail revenue: $431,782.74
|Develop and Implement 2 surveys:|
1. The first survey will gauge our internal service capacities to
2. The second survey will help us gauge service to the general public
|After results of the surveys are compiled, results will be shared and additional input gathered in a series of community meetings in various geographical locations throughout the county||In Progress|
|Benchmark and track the number of positive screens on inmates with mental illness and/or substance abuse issues. Track outcomes for these positive screens||In Progress|
|Meet or exceed the National clearance rate in six or more reporting areas of the Uniform Crime Report as reported by the Federal Bureau of Investigation||In Progress|
|Meet or exceed the State clearance rate in six or more of the eight reporting areas of the UCRas reported by the State Bureau of Investigation||In Progress|
District Attorney: Jail Cases Overview 2017/2018
Information below reflects the month of December 2017
The below table calculates the cost savings by calculating the number of days from the date of the plea to the date the case was originally scheduled. The days are then multiplied by $40.00 (cost per day to house an inmate).
For Superior Court, the estimated median age of cases prosecuted through disposition as felonies in Alamance is 120 days. This is subtracted from the date of the First Appearance. The difference is the cost reduction for that case.
Due to the increased burden on the County Detention Center, a Jail Prosecutor position was established to help speed up the process of defendants who are incarcerated pre-trial.
|District and Superior Combined||33||1,006||$40,240|