The COMPAS Classification software is a management support tool that can be interfaced with existing jail management systems to provide critical inmate management information to help support all aspects of a jail’s classification operations.
Features found in the COMPAS Classification software include:
COMPAS Classification provides comprehensive support for all aspects of your jail’s classification unit operations.
Northpointe’s objective and nationally recognized and accepted classification decision tree instruments are fully automated with appropriate information displayed to answer each risk split, track overrides and automatically set review dates.
The robust and comprehensive reporting capabilities of the COMPAS Software put vital data at the fingertips of classification staff and administrators.
The Classification Summary page provides the user with details specific to the inmate and the current incarceration. Those details can be used to make management decisions including housing, programming, and community corrections placement.
The classification instruments are fully automated with appropriate information displayed to answer each risk split. The classification officer can seamlessly add criminal history, disciplinary history alert flags and holds/detainers while conducting the classification.
List all available housing matching the inmate’s classification level, all special needs beds or all available beds in the system. The system warns the officer if an inmate is being placed in a cell with known enemies, codefendants or the cell’s designation does not match the classification level.
An explanation of decision splits for 9 Custody Level Primary JlCS Classification Instrument and instructions.
Northpointe's Decision Tree describes and identifies inmate sub-populations to better inform corrections staff and to target populations in support of more informed inmate management decisions.
At the time of an inmate's classification review it may be determined that a reclassification of the current custody assignment is necessary, which falls into one of two categories: aggravating or mitigating circumstances.
COMPAS Classification provides the best in critical inmate management decision support.Download
In the area of Jail Inmate Classification, two large scale technology transfer experiments are currently underway.Download
Any excuse for not conducting rigorous classification in small jails are rapidly disappearing.Download