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Uses of Administrative Data from Jails Virginia's Local Inmate Data System (LIDS)

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Published on May 19, 2014

More than 20,000 individuals are admitted to Virginia jails each month, and at any point in time those jails hold around 30,000 local, state, and federal inmates. Information for these inmates is stored in the state's Local Inmate Data System (LIDS). Maintained by the Compensation Board, the primary purpose of LIDS is to determine the appropriate per diem payments that the state provides to local and regional jails. Although it is an administrative database created for a financial function, the Virginia SAC has made extensive use of the data for research and policy analysis. This webinar will highlight LIDS data components and use of LIDS to analyze trends in the jail population, examine recidivism for local responsible offenders, and track the success of programs meant to keep individuals out of jail.

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