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Commitment Profile for New Commitments Fiscal Years 2002 – 2006

 


Commitment Profile for New Commitments
Fiscal Years 2002 – 2006



Notes:
‘TOTALS’ row represents total of all data, but is repeated for each category. Data does not include recommitments, revocations, or reclassifications. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.


 


Fiscal Year 2002


Fiscal Year 2003


Fiscal Year 2004


Fiscal Year 2005


Fiscal Year 2006


Category: TYC Classification


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


%


TOTALS


2448


100%


2511


100%


2526


100%


2614


100%


2738


100%


Sentenced offender


158


6%


168


7%


176


7%


168


6%


173


6%


Type A – violent offender


117


5%


140


6%


114


5%


140


5%


106


4%


Type B – violent offender


536


22%


615


24%


548


22%


567


22%


618


23%


Chronic serious offender


45


2%


52


2%


44


2%


32


1%


28


1%


Controlled substances dealer


46


2%


32


1%


27


1%


25


1%


38


1%


Firearms offender


89


4%


84


3%


82


3%


73


3%


96


4%


General offender


1457


60%


1420


57%


1535


61%


1609


62%


1679


61%


 


 


Fiscal Year 2002


Fiscal Year 2003


Fiscal Year 2004


Fiscal Year 2005


Fiscal Year 2006


Category: Felony vs. Misdemeanor Commitments


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


%


TOTALS


2448


100%


2511


100%


2526


100%


2614


100%


2738


100%


Felony commitments


2077


85%


2148


86%


2054


81%


2110


81%


2190


80%


Misdemeanor commitments


371


15%


363


14%


472


19%


504


19%


548


20%


 


 


Determinate Sentenced Offenders Youth Sentenced after January 1, 1996   Sentence Outcomes Through February 27, 2007 Outcome and Ethnicity

 


 


ETHNICITY


TOTAL


AFRICAN AMERICAN


ANGLO


HISPANIC


OTHER


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


%


#


OUTCOME


1


0.17%


1


0.28%


4


0.62%



0.00%


6


Incurred additional charges/disposition as an adult


Other discharge reasons (Court orders, death, appeal, etc.)


13


2.17%


7


1.99%


9


1.40%



0.00%


29


Sentence completed under TYC


121


20.23%


88


25.07%


155


24.14%


11


35.48%


375


Transferred to Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Adult Parole Division


226


37.79%


150


42.74%


299


46.57%


18


58.06%


693


Transferred to Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division


237


39.63%


105


29.91%


175


27.26%


2


6.45%


519


TOTAL


598


100.00%


351


100.00%


642


100.00%


31


100.00%


1622


 



Outcome and Committing County

 


 


Outcome

TOTAL


Incurred additional
charges/disposition
as an adult


Other discharge
reasons (Court
orders, death,
appeal, etc.)


Sentence completed
under TYC


 


Transferred to
Texas Department
of Criminal Justice
– Adult Parole
Division


Transferred to
Texas Department
of Criminal Justice
– Institutional
Division


#


#


#


#


#


#


Committing County



6


54


107


69


236


ALL OTHER


BELL




11


16


23


50


BEXAR



4


34


116


48


202


CAMERON




1


7


4


12


DALLAS



5


43


174


116


338


EL PASO




10


6


6


22


FORT BEND




1


11


8


20


GALVESTON


1



6


7


11


25


HARRIS


3


6


154


121


124


408


HIDALGO


1



6


2


8


17


LUBBOCK




2


7


3


12


MCLENNAN




2


13


16


31


MONTGOMERY



1


4


5


8


18


NUECES




6


6


6


18


SMITH



2


8


9


11


30


TARRANT


1


3


22


58


39


123


TOM GREEN




6


3


3


12


TRAVIS



2


5


25


16


48


TOTAL


6


29


375


693


519


1622


 


Only counties with at least 10 sentenced offenders are shown individually.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 



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