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Dashboard - Performance - Why It Matters

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​Performance: Court Metrics and Evidence-Based Practices

Court Collections Programs

​Why it Matters

​Court Collections Programs

The restitution, fines, costs, and assessments that courts collect ensure that crime victims are made whole.  Court-ordered financial sanctions also support law enforcement, public libraries, and local governments.  Courts must implement the first seven components of the model collections program to be rated "adequate," at least eight to be rated "satisfactory," and all ten components to be rated "ideal."  The information from a 2010 and 2011 self-evaluation is the most recent available.  By the end of 2011 265 out of 312 different court collections programs were adequate, satisfactory, or ideal.  This information will be updated for 2014.


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Created at 9/25/2012 10:26 AM by COURT\BoernerM
Last modified at 10/8/2014 5:11 PM by COURT\BoernerM