Data and Reports

Data and Reports

The sections below contain data and reports that address the questions most frequently asked of DOC. This includes adult prison statistics, community supervision statistics, data on youthful offenders, staff assault and injury reports, and recidivism and reincarceration rates.

Click on the dropdown menus below to access the associated data or reports. 

Please visit the Archived Reports page for reports from prior years.

Inmate Profile

Report describing demographic and offense-related characteristics of inmates incarcerated within WI DOC facilities.

Inmate Profile Report 2017

Division of Adult Institutions (DAI) Institutional Fact Sheets
Institution fact sheets include budgets, total staff, daily populations, and offender characteristics for each Division of Adult Institutions (DAI) facilities for the previous fiscal year. For more information on DAI’s inmate population, please see DAI Population Reports.

Maximum Institutions

Columbia Correctional Institution (CCI) (FY 2017)

Dodge Correctional Institution (DCI) (FY 2017)

Green Bay Correctional Institution (GBCI) (FY 2017)

Taycheedah Correctional Institution (TCI) (FY 2017)

Waupun Correctional Institution (WCI) (FY 2017)

Wisconsin Secure Program Facility (WSPF) (FY 2017)

Medium Institutions

Fox Lake Correctional Institution (FLCI) (FY 2017)

Jackson Correctional Institution (JCI) (FY 2017)

Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution (KMCI) (FY 2017)

Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility (MSDF) (FY 2017)

New Lisbon Correctional Institution (NLCI) (FY 2017)

Oshkosh Correctional Institution (OSCI) (FY 2017)

Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution (PDCI) (FY 2017)

Racine Correctional Institution (RCI) (FY 2017)

Redgranite Correctional Institution (RGCI) (FY 2017)

Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility (RYOCF) (FY 2017)

Stanley Correctional Institution (SCI) (FY 2017)

Wisconsin Resource Center (DHS) (WRC) (FY 2017)

Minimum Institutions

Chippewa Valley Correctional Treatment Facility (CVCTF) (FY 2017)

Milwaukee Women's Correctional Center (MWCC) (FY 2017)

Oakhill Correctional Institution (OCI) (FY 2017)

Robert E. Ellsworth Correctional Center (REECC) (FY 2017)

Sturtevant Transitional Facility (STF) (FY 2017)

Wisconsin Correctional Center System (WCCS) (FY 2017)

Division of Adult Institutions (DAI) Population Reports

Prison Admissions

Report documenting trends in all physical admissions to WI DOC adult prisons between 2000 and 2016.

DAI Admissions Executive Summary 2000-2016

DAI Admissions Report 2000-2016

DAI Admissions Interactive Dashboard

Prison Point-in-Time

Report documenting trends for inmates who were physically present in WI DOC adult prisons on June 30th and December 31st each year between 2000 and 2016.

DAI Point-in-Time Populations Executive Summary 2000-2016

DAI Point-in-Time Populations Report 2000-2016

DAI Point-in-Time Populations Interactive Dashboard

Prison Releases

Report documenting trends in all physical releases from WI DOC adult prisons between 2000 and 2016.

DAI Releases Executive Summary 2000-2016

DAI Releases Report 2000-2016

DAI Releases Interactive Dashboard

Division of Community Corrections (DCC) Reports

Year in Review

Booklet documenting community corrections populations by region, county, and other offender measures, initiatives within community corrections, and community corrections budget, expenses, and revenue during the fiscal year.

Year in Review (FY 2017)

Drug Offender Prison Admissions

Infographic report documenting trends in prison admissions for drug offenses between 2000 and 2016.

Drug Offender Prison Admission Trends (2000-2016)

Division At-a-Glance Brochures

Division of Adult Institutions (DAI)

At-a-glance brochure documenting monthly prison populations at each institution, prison admissions, prison releases, demographic details, and inmate programming and education.

DAI At-a-Glance (August 2018)

Division of Community Corrections (DCC)

At-a-glance brochure documenting fiscal year data on the overall community corrections population, populations within each supervision region, demographic details, special populations, risk and needs assessments, offender programming and education, and payments collected from offenders.

DCC At-a-Glance (January 2018)

Division of Juvenile Corrections (DJC)

At-a-glance brochure documenting monthly population numbers for youth in DOC juvenile correctional facilities and under community supervision, juvenile commitments by county, admissions to and releases from DOC juvenile correctional facilities, demographic details, and youth programming and education.

DJC At-a-Glance (August 2018)

Recidivism and Reincarceration

For information about recidivism and reincarceration trends and reports, click here: Recidivism and Reincarceration.

Staff Assault and Injury Report

Report documenting the number of attempted and completed assaults on staff and staff injuries within the Division of Adult Institutions (DAI), Division of Community Corrections (DCC), and Division of Juvenile Corrections (DJC) by fiscal year.

Staff Assault and Injury Report FY16

Results First Initiative (Cost-Benefit Analysis)

What is Results First?
The Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative is a joint project of the Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation that works with state governments (click the following link for a complete listing of state partners) to enhance evidence-based policymaking by offering innovative tools to conduct comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of social programming in a variety of state-funded contexts. By developing a comprehensive inventory of programs that are funded by the state to affect social change, what those programs can be expected to feasibly accomplish based on prior research, and how much those programs cost to implement, the Results First approach can allow for an apples-to-apples comparison of social programming through cost-benefit analysis.  The expected return of investment estimates that can be provided by cost-benefit analysis allows states to identify and invest in policies that work the best to achieve those outcomes at the most optimal cost to taxpayers.  More detail on the Results First Initiative can be found in Wisconsin’s Adult Criminal Justice Inventory.

Results First in Wisconsin
Though there has been a desire to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of criminal justice system inputs for some time, momentum for moving forward with the Results First Initiative in Wisconsin began with a unanimous vote by Wisconsin’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) in January 2014.  Subsequently, letters of invitation and support for Wisconsin working with the Results First Initiative have come from representatives of all three branches of government, including Governor Scott Walker, Former Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson, and the co-chairs of the Joint Committee on Finance (Senator Alberta Darling and Representative John Nygren).  All shared the concern of adherence to evidence-based practices while optimizing fiscal efficiency through estimation of return on investment from cost-benefit analysis.

The Wisconsin version of the Results First model is currently housed within the Department of Corrections (WI DOC), as the initial focus of the Initiative is on adult criminal justice programming and its impact on reducing offender recidivism.  Since the initial kick-off of the Results First Initiative in Wisconsin, an administrative policy team and four distinct implementation teams have been formed, with membership representing multiple state departments, and justice system and lawmaking entities, such as the Departments of Corrections, Health Services, Administration, Justice, and the Wisconsin Court System.

Adult Criminal Justice Program Inventory
Wisconsin Results First Adult Criminal Justice Program Inventory Report

External Links
Pew Charitable Trusts/MacArthur Foundation Results First Initiative
Washington State Institute for Public Policy
Results First Clearinghouse Database of Promising/Evidence-Based Practices