ANNUAL REPORT 2012 MAUMEE MUNICIPAL COURT GARY L. BYERS, JUDGE ANNUAL REPORT 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Page Number Date of Establishment; Authority; Governmental Unit of Administration; Territorial Jurisdiction; Territorial Population; Number of Open Sessions 3 Positions in the Municipal Court 4 Civil Cases Pending, Filed, Reactivated & Disposed of 5 Five Year Comparison of Civil Cases Filed with Graph 6 Mediation Cases Pending, Referrals, Successful & Unsuccessful 7 Civil Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 8 Traffic/Criminal Cases Pending, Filed, Reactivated & Disposed of 10 Five Year Comparison of Traffic/Criminal Cases Filed with Graph 12 Receipts/Refunds/Reimbursements – Criminal and Bond Accounts 13 Traffic/Criminal Receipts 14 Disbursements/Expenses 15 Traffic/Criminal Video Hearings 24 Victim Advocate 24 Probation Division, Pretrial Supervision, Kiosk Reporting, and Probation Activities 25 Domestic Violence/Anger Management Statistics 30 Secured Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM), Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM), and Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) 31  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 MAUMEE MUNICIPAL COURT, MAUMEE, OHIO Date of Establishment: Authority: January 1, 1964 Section 1901.01 of the Ohio Revised Code Governmental Unit of Administration: City of Maumee Territorial Jurisdiction: All of Lucas County lying south of the northern boundary of the Ohio Turnpike consisting of the following: City of Maumee, Village of Waterville, Village of Whitehouse, Providence and Waterville Townships, and those portions of Swanton, Monclova, and Springfield Townships lying south of the northern boundary of the Ohio Turnpike. Territorial Population by 2010 Federal Census: 46,011* Number of Open Sessions Held: 247.5** *The territorial population of the Maumee Municipal Court has been provided by the Supreme Court of Ohio. **A deputy clerk is on duty twenty-four hours a day, three hundred and sixty-five (365) days a year.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 POSITIONS IN THE COURT Judge Gary L. Byers Clerk Full time Deputy Clerks Part-time Deputy Clerks Chief Bailiff Part-time Deputy Bailiffs Chief Supervision Officer Supervision Officers Part-time Supervision Officer The court has staff on duty at the Maumee Police Division anytime the court is closed. This includes weekends and holidays. We have two full-time deputy clerks on duty during weekday hours and four part-time deputy clerks who work weekends and holidays. Our after-hours staff also aids the Maumee Police Division with the public who come into the building and need assistance after normal business hours. Everyone entering the Maumee Municipal Building is required to pass through a magnetometer (metal detector). Packages and purses must be inspected for contraband by going through an X-ray machine. The court’s security bailiffs not only scan individuals coming into the municipal building, but also help out when they see a situation which may become volatile. They are also required to serve in court when needed. In the last quarter of 2012, over 15,000 people passed through the magnetometer.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 CIVIL CASES PENDING, FILED, REACTIVATED & DISPOSED OF Number of Cases Pending 2011: Trusteeships Civil Rent Escrow Small Claims TOTAL 5 195 1 26 227 227 Trusteeships Civil Rent Escrow Small Claims TOTAL 0 852 0 142 994 994 1 1 Number of Cases Filed in 2012: Reactivated Civil Cases Total Number of Cases: 1,222 Breakdown of New Civil Cases Filed per Municipality: Maumee Waterville Whitehouse Waterville Twp. Swanton All Other Cases TOTAL 426 68 65 18 2 415 994 Trusteeships Civil Rent Escrow Small Claims TOTAL 3 820 1 141 965 Trusteeships Civil Rent Escrow Small Claims TOTAL 2 228 0 27 257 Number of Civil Cases Heard & Disposed of in 2012: -965 Number of Civil Cases Pending in 2012: Total Number of Civil Cases Pending 12/31/2012:  257 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 CIVIL CASES FILED COMPARISON FROM 2007 TO 2012 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 982 947 910 856 852 255 251 206 135 142 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1,241 1,199 1,117 992 994 Case Type Civil Small Claims Trusteeship Rent Escrow Total New Cases Filed Civil Cases Filed 1200 1000 982 947 910 856 852 800 Civil Small Claims 600 400 Trusteeship 255 251 Rent Escrow 206 135 200 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 142 0 0 0 2008 2009 2010 2011  2012 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 MEDIATION CASES Number of Mediation Cases Pending End of 2011: Civil Small Claims Criminal TOTAL 1 17 0 18 Number of Cases Referred to Mediation: Civil Small Claims Criminal Reactivated TOTAL 17 142 0 0 159 Number of Successful Mediations: Civil Small Claims Criminal TOTAL 11 70 0 81 Number of Unsuccessful Mediations: Civil Small Claims Criminal TOTAL 3 9 0 12 Cases in Which No Mediations Were Held: Civil Small Claims Criminal TOTAL 1 64 0 65 Number of Cases Pending: Civil Small Claims Criminal TOTAL 3 16 0 19 Total Number of Mediation Cases Pending 12/31/2012: Mediation Statistics for 2012: Successful Mediations:* Unsuccessful Mediations: 19 87.10% 12.90% *Settled at or prior to Mediation  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS CIVIL DIVISION $ Cash Carried Over December 31, 2011: Receipts: 10,269.81 504,267.53 $ 514,537.34 Disbursements: Judgment Security for Costs Deposits and Tenders Other (witness fees, garnishee fees, jury deposits, etc.) $ 365,102.62 19,646.22 0.00 0.00 $ 384,748.84 384,748.84 Paid to Finance Director - City of Maumee: Clerk and Bailiff Fees General Special Projects Fund City of Maumee General Fund Paid to Treasurer - State of Ohio 83,127.04 9,670.00 0.00 23,012.00 $ 115.809.04 $ Total Disbursements: 115,809.04 500,557.88 -500,557.88 $ Balance as of 12/31/2012: 13,979.46 TRUSTEESHIP DIVISION $ Cash Carried Over December 31, 2011: Receipts: 1,095.00 1,903.00 2,998.00 2,998.00 Disbursements: $ Paid to Creditors Security $ 2,888.32 0 2,888.32 $ 0.00 59.68 0.00 59.68 Paid to Finance Director - City of Maumee Trusteeship Filing Fees 2% of Amount Disbursed to Creditors Additional New Creditors Total Disbursements 2,888.32 59.68 2,948.00 -2,948.00 $ Balance as of 12/31/2012:  50.00 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 RENT ESCROW Cash Carried Over December 31, 2011: 575.02 $ Receipts: Interest: 575.00 0.03 $$1,150.0502 Total Receipts $ 1,150.05 $ 1,150.05 $ 0 Disbursements: $ 1,138.50 Paid Landlord(s) Paid Tenants 0.00 Paid to Finance Director - City of Maumee 11.55 Other $ 0.00 Total Disbursements $ 1,150.05 Balance as of 12/31/2012:  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 TRAFFIC/CRIMINAL CASES PENDING, FILED, REACTIVATED, UNAVAILABLE & DISPOSED OF: Criminal and Traffic Cases Pending from 2011: 721 Number of Criminal Cases Filed: Felony Cases Misdemeanor Cases Total Criminal: 188 963 1,151 1,151 219 7,730 7,949 7,949 Number of Traffic Cases Filed: OVI Other Traffic Total Traffic: Total Cases: 9,821 Breakdown per Municipality/Other: Maumee Waterville Whitehouse Waterville Twp. Swanton Other Totals: Criminal 688 76 81 14 4 288 Traffic 1,930 329 244 168 18 5,260 Total 2,618 405 325 182 22 5,548 7,949 9,100 1,151 Reactivated Cases: Criminal 505 Traffic 668 Total Number of Reactivated Cases: 1,173 Adjusted Total Cases: 1,173 10,994  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Adjusted Total Cases Brought Forward: 10,994 Unavailable Cases: Criminal 584 Traffic 614 Total Number of Unavailable Cases: 1,198 Total Cases Pending, Filed, and Reactivated: -1,198 9,796 Total Cases Heard and Disposed of: Criminal 1,074 Traffic 7,914 Total Cases Heard and Disposed of: 8,988 -8,988 Number of Cases Pending: Criminal 241 Traffic 567 808 Total Traffic/Criminal Cases Pending 12/31/2012:  808 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 TRAFFIC/CRIMINAL CASES FILED COMPARISON FROM 2007 TO 2012 YEAR 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Criminal 1,230 1,166 1,115 1,019 1,151 Traffic 9,027 7,587 7,665 6,745 7,949 Total New Cases Filed 10,257 8,753 8,780 8,582 9,100 CASE TYPE Criminal / Traffic Cases Filed 10,000 9,027 9,000 7,587 8,000 7,949 7,665 6,745 7,000 6,000 5,000 Criminal 4,000 Traffic 3,000 2,000 1,230 1,166 1,115 1,019 1,151 1,000 0 2008 2009 2010  2011 2012 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 RECEIPTS/REFUNDS/REIMBURSEMENTS: CRIMINAL ACCOUNT Balance Brought Forward 1/1/2012: 0.00 Receipts Distribution from Bond Account (Forfeitures) $1,318,851.48 79,045.90 Total Receipts: $1,397,897.38 Restitution and Refunds Reimbursements Cashbook Debits $ 50,325.51 1,084.50 588.00 Total Restitution,Refunds,and Reimbursements Paid $ 51,998.01 $1,397,897.38 -51,998.01 Sub-total: $1,345,899.37 Total Disbursed to Agencies: -1,345,899.37 Criminal Balance 12/31/2012: 0.00 BOND ACCOUNT Balance Brought Forward as of 1/12012: $ Receipts 35,386.00 280,872.00 Total: $ Distribution to Criminal Account for Forfeitures Bond Refunds $ 79,045.90 222,724.10 Total Distributions and Refunds: $ 301,770.00 Bond Balance – 12/31/2012: $ 301,770.00 $  316,258.00 14,488.00 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 RECEIPTS TRAFFIC/CRIMINAL DIVISION $ Municipal Ordinance Fines and Forfeitures Fines and Forfeitures from State Highway Patrol Arrests 156,785.00 244,519.10 All Other Fines and Forfeitures 74,056.58 Costs for State Reparations Rotary Fund (Victims) 70,427.40 Costs for Indigent Defense Support Fund 166,260.50 Municipal Ordinance Costs 225,940.40 Reimbursements for Witness, Juror, Mileage, Service Payments, Public Defender 9,517.00 Reimbursement from CCNO Work Release Program 1,901.45 All Other Costs 295,876.02 Maumee Parking Violations Payments 1,530.00 Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority 75.00 Costs for Lucas County Law Library Association 2,791.42 General Special Projects Fund 96,219.50 $ Total Receipts Disbursed to Agencies:  1,345,899.37 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 DISBURSEMENTS Paid to the City of Maumee: Maumee Ordinance Fines and Forfeitures $ 117,095.00 Municipal Ordinance Costs 225,940.40 All Other Costs 206,590.00 Maumee's Share of Fines and Forfeitures from State Highway Patrol Arrests for Violations of Traffic Law Under Sections 4511-13 of the Ohio Revised Code (1/2 of 40% of such fines and forfeitures) 20,384.73 Maumee's Share of Aforesaid Fines and Forfeitures from State Highway Patrol Arrests for Payment to the Lucas County Law Library (1/2 of 40% of such fines and forfeitures) 20,384.73 Maumee's Share of Fines and Forfeitures from State Highway Patrol Arrests for Violations of State Laws other than Traffic Laws under 61,204.30 Sections 4511-13 of the Ohio Revised Code Expungement Fees 480.00 Maumee Parking Violation Payments 1,530.00 Community Service Costs 2,941.00 Maumee's Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 1,491.50 Indigent Driver Alcohol Treatment Fund 4,284.00 Drug Law Enforcement Trust Fund 1,580.50 Reimbursement for Costs of Incarceration 2,821.00 General Special Projects Fund 96,219.50 Municipal Court Probation Services Fee $  16,334.85 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Ignition Interlock Alcohol Monitoring Fund $ Reimbursement for CCNO Work Release Program 262.03 Reimbursement for EHM & Lucas County Work Release Total Paid to the City of Maumee: 5,146.50 6,579.41 $ 791,269.45 $ 107,196.78 Paid to State of Ohio: Ohio's Share of Fines and Forfeitures from all State Highway Patrol Arrests (45% of such fines and forfeitures) Costs for State Reparations Rotary Fund (Victims) 70,427.40 Indigent Defense Support Fund 166,260.50 Expungement Fees 1,260.00 Ohio State Highway Patrol Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 1,492.00 Drug Law Enforcement Trust Fund 4,812.00 Trauma Emergency Medical Fund 5,223.07 Total Paid to State of Ohio: $ 356,671.75 $ 23,821.49 Paid to Lucas County: Lucas County's Share of Fines and Forfeitures from all State Highway Patrol Arrests (10% of such fines and forfeitures) Lucas County's Share of Other Fines and Forfeitures 49,898.83 Reimbursement for Witness, Juror, Mileage, and Service Payments 438.50 Expungement Fees 260.00 Lucas County Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 110.00  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Lucas County Drug Law Enforcement Trust Fund $ 205.00 Reimbursement for Costs of Incarceration $ 5,148.00 Reimbursement for CCNO Work Release Fees 1,639.42 Crime Stopper Fund 738.00 Public Defender Reimbursement 0.00 Public Defender Appointment Fees 8,741.50 Lucas County Board of Health 0.00 Total Paid to Lucas County: $ 91,000.74 Paid to the Village of Waterville: Fines and Forfeitures 12,133.00 Waterville Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 358.00 Reimbursement for Costs of Incarceration 666.50 Waterville Juror Fees; Public Defender Reimbursement 6.00 CCNO Work Release Fees 0.00 Expungement Fees 60.00 Waterville Drug Law Enforcement Trust Fund 500.00 Reimbursement for Lucas County Work Release 70.79 Total Paid to Village of Waterville: $ 13,794.29 $ 9,758.50 Paid to Village of Whitehouse: Fines and Forfeitures  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Whitehouse Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 367.50 Reimbursement for Costs of Incarceration $ 562.00 CCNO Work Release Fees $ 0.00 Whitehouse Juror Fees; Public Defender Reimbursement 1.00 Whitehouse Expungement Fees: 20.00 Whitehouse Drug Law Enforcement Fund 246.00 Reimbursement for Lucas County Work Release 224.90 Total Paid to the Village of Whitehouse: $ 11,179.90 $ 3,615.25 Paid to Waterville Township: Fines and Forfeitures Waterville Township Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 100.00 Waterville Township Drug Law Enforcement Fund Total Paid to Waterville Township: 0.00 $ 3,715.25 $ 1,177.00 Paid to Toledo-Lucas County Metropolitan Park District: Fines and Forfeitures Parking Fines 0.00 Toledo-Lucas County Metropolitan Park District Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 25.00 Toledo-Lucas County Metropolitan Park District Drug Law Enforcement Fund 0.00 Toledo-Lucas County Metropolitan Park District Expungement Fees Total Paid to the Toledo-Lucas County Metropolitan Park: District:  20.00 $ 1,222.00 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Paid to Village of Swanton: Fines and Forfeitures $ Swanton Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 485.00 36.00 Swanton Drug Law Enforcement Fund 0.00 Swanton Expungement Fees 0.00 Swanton Juror / Witness Fees 330.00 Reimbursement Lucas County Work Release 98.50 Total Paid to the Village of Swanton: $ 949.50 $ 75.00 Paid to Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority: Fines and Forfeitures Port Authority Alcohol and Drug Enforcement Education Fund 0.00 Drug Law Enforcement Fund 0.00 Total Paid to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority: $ 75.00 Miscellaneous Disbursements: Paid to Ohio Department of Natural Resources 2,334.00 Paid to Ohio Pharmacy Board 1,445.00 Paid to Ohio Liquor Board 546.50 Paid to State of Ohio Treasurer (Seat Belt Fines) 7,015.00 Paid to Lucas County Law Library Association 2,791.42 Paid to State of Ohio Treasurer (Child Highway Safety Fund)  $ 1,691.00 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Paid to State of Ohio Treasurer (Indigent Defense Support Fund) $ Paid to State of Ohio Treasurer (Drug/Liquor Education Fund) 35,281.50 24,697.07 Paid to Ohio Department of Public Highway Safety Fund 220.00 Paid to Providence Township (Fines and Forfeitures) 0.00 Paid to Monclova Township (Fines and Forfeitures) 0.00 Total Miscellaneous Disbursements: $ 76,021.49 Total Traffic/Criminal Disbursements: $ 1,345,899.37  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 EXPENSES Personnel: Salaries $ Health and Life Insurance 1,024,679.21 163,585.65 Medicare 11,130.98 Workers’ Compensation 12,437.30 Public Employees’ Retirement System 140,915.06 Total: $ $1,352,748.20 $ 3,678.33 $ $1,352,748.20 $ 6,682.84 Materials and Supplies: Office Supplies Reproduction/Photo 1,435.60 Computer Supplies 1,317.35 Training 0.00 Food 6.49 Building Maintenance Supplies 136.05 Other supplies 109.02 Total: $ 6,682.84 $ 10,635.00 Services: Rent/Office Equipment Heat and Electricity 34,286.33 Communications 5,490.77 Travel, Training, and Memberships 5,378.53 Subscriptions 3,685.55 Consulting 4,845.08 Service Contracts 0.00 Miscellaneous Services 14,188.12 Jury and Witness Costs 102.00 Insurance (Liability & Other) $  6,160.32 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Building Maintenance $ Equipment/Machine Maintenance 19,700.95 6,209.96 Electrical Maintenance 749.79 Lucas County Law Library 22,213.21 Prisoner Maintenance 10,055.53 Inter/Intra Government Services 29,847.00 Postage 17,378.78 Mileage Reimbursement 2,800.33 Printing 6,043.38 Other Expenses 106.50 Total: $ 199,877.13 Total Expenses: $ 199,877.13 $ 1,559,308.17 $ 121,489.55 $ 38,252.72 OTHER:* General Special Projects Fund: Computer $ 0.00 EDP Services 31,327.70 Miscellaneous Services 52,933.76 Machine Maintenance 5,400.00 Secured Remote Alcohol Monitoring 105.00 Transfers 0.00 Building Improvements 0.00 Furniture & Fixtures 0.00 Equipment 31,723.09 Total: $ 121,489.55 Indigent Driver Alcohol Treatment $ 38,252.72 Total: $ 38,252.72 Indigent Driver Alcohol Treatment Fund:  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Indigent Driver Interlock and Monitoring: Total: $ $ 14,511.00 14,511.00 $ 1,697.82 $ 14,511.00 $ 18,278.10 $ 192,531.37 Probation Services Fund: Office Supplies Computer Supplies 2,311.00 Miscellaneous Materials 0.00 Travel 171.20 Miscellaneous Services 8,928.00 Machine / Equipment Services 358.60 Mileage 1,264.08 Equipment 3,397.11 Total: $ Total Other Expenses 18,278.10 *The expenditures listed under “OTHER” are financed through funds generated from and used for specific purposes as provided by statute. There are no additional costs to the City of Maumee for these accounts.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 TRAFFIC / CRIMINAL VIDEO HEARINGS This year the Court heard defendants via video from the Lucas County Jail, the Court Treatment Facility, the Corrections Commission of Northwest Ohio, and several of the prisons in the State of Ohio.* Video hearing technology has increased the capability of disposing of cases in a timely manner which benefits the Court and the defendant. LUCAS COUNTY JAIL VIDEO HEARING STATISTICS*: Number of Defendants Heard by the Court: Number of Defendants Interviewed by their Attorney: Number of Defendants Interviewed by a Clerk or Supervision Officer: 660 20 158 Total Lucas County Jail Video Sessions: 838 *Statistics are not available from the other agencies. VICTIM ADVOCATE: In 2012, domestic violence cases rose to a high of 146. To address the increasing need of victim services in the community, the Maumee Municipal Court has been at the forefront of providing a full time Victim Advocate for the past 15 years. This position is now funded through the Victims of Crimes Act (VOCA) and matching funds from the cities of Maumee and Waterville and the Village of Whitehouse, and under the auspices of the Toledo Lucas County Victim Witness Assistance Program. The Victim Advocate provides services to the victims of specific crimes as identified in Chapter 2930 of the Ohio Revised Code as well as assisting many other types of crime victims not listed under Chapter 2930. The Victim Advocate works with a victim to insure that they understand their crime victim rights and the process of court proceedings. It is the advocate’s responsibility to aid the prosecutors and the Court by facilitating the victim to answer questions on a danger assessment form regarding the defendant. Another form, required by statute, is given to a victim to inform them that in some cases, they may be compensated from the Victims of Crime Compensation Fund through the State of Ohio for various expenses incurred and associated with being a victim. The Victim Advocate also sends victim impact statements to the victims prior to the defendant being sentenced. This statement notifies the victims of the date and time of sentencing and gives instructions on how to complete this form. The Victim Advocate also informs them of their right to attend and speak at the sentencing hearing or, in the alternative; the Victim Advocate can speak on their behalf. The victim impact statement also includes a survey required by the VOCA grant to be completed by the victim on how they were served by the Victim Advocate and if they were properly informed of services offered by the State of Ohio. The Victim Advocate saves the prosecutors’ time by going over many of the preliminary procedures with the victims before they directly speak with the prosecutor. The Victim Advocate  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 also calls victims to remind them of the defendant’s next hearing date and to generally inquire as to victim’s well-being. In cases involving children the Victim Advocate reports the incident to Children Services Board and acts as the liaison between the agency and the prosecutors. The Victim Advocate also works closely with law enforcement agencies by providing training, if requested, and is always available to render assistance or advice anytime. Also, the Victim Advocate is able to offer mediation services if requested. There are situations where a victim (and their children) may not have a place to live, money for food or other necessities. The Victim Advocate will then work with the Maumee Churches United to provide immediate assistance for the safety of a victim (and their children) when necessary. The assistance provided by Maumee Churches United has included, in part, providing a temporary safe haven, changing locks on doors, covering moving costs and providing food and gas gift cards. Along with the Probation Division, the Victim Advocate helps coordinate the Domestic Violence Task Force and its monthly meetings which are held at the Maumee Police Division. The Task Force’s primary purpose is to bring together persons and agencies who work closely with domestic violence in an effort to better serve victims and their families within the jurisdiction of the Maumee Municipal Court. Participants involved with the Task Force are Judges, Prosecutors, numerous law enforcement agencies, an animal control officer, representatives from the Maumee Churches United, Lucas County Children Services Board, Lucas County Domestic Relations Court, YWCA Battered Woman’s Shelter, and other agencies offering services within Lucas and Wood Counties. PROBATION DIVISION As instructed by the Court, the probation division provides a range of services which promote public safety, offender accountability, and rehabilitative services/treatment. The Court and the Probation Division promote collaboration with criminal justice services and community stakeholders throughout Northwest Ohio. Whenever possible, services provided by our court are open to other courts, and the Probation Division takes advantage of programs within the community to ensure cost effectiveness. Services provided at the court include men’s domestic violence counseling groups and co-ed anger management classes, which have expanded to five separate groups conducted at various times in an effort to accommodate defendants. The Maumee Court accepts referrals from several other courts in the surrounding area for both the domestic violence group and the anger management group.* The participation figures of clients from Maumee Court and other surrounding courts are included in the year-end report for domestic violence and anger management.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 The Maumee Municipal Court Women’s Life Skills Program was expanded in 2011 to thirty hours. The program is conducted off site and accepts referrals from other courts.* In 2012, there were forty-two (42) referrals to the Women’s Life Skills Program. Twentytwo (22) were referred from Maumee Court and sixteen (16) were from Perrysburg Court. Of the forty-two (42) referrals, thirty-eight (38) women successfully completed the program. *Defendants referred from other courts are assessed a higher fee for participation than defendants from Maumee Court. PRETRIAL SUPERVISION The Probation Division spends an equal amount of time monitoring pretrial defendants as it does monitoring sentenced defendants placed on probation. It is not unusual for pretrial defendants to complete treatment (domestic violence, anger management, life skills, and drug and alcohol education classes,) community service work, and/or pay restitution prior to being sentenced. In 2012, the Probation Division supervised 238 defendants placed on a Supervised Own Recognizance Bond (SOR) and 175 defendants placed on a Monitored Own Recognizance Bond (MOR), plus approximately 145 other individuals with conditions on cash and Own Recognizance Bonds (OR). Defendants placed on SOR Bonds are required to report to a Kiosk reporting machine; or if they prefer to report in person to the Probation Division one time a week, that is also acceptable. MOR Bond defendants are required to call the Probation Division one time a week. Many defendants on bond are also required to submit to drug testing. This year, 322 defendants were ordered to submit to drug testing while being supervised at the pretrial stage. Defendants reappearing before the court, where conditions have been imposed, have a bond report done to let the Court know if the defendant is in compliance with the Court’s order. In 2012, one thousand, five hundred and sixty-eight (1,568) bond reports were completed for the Court and the attorneys involved in the case. In 2010, the Probation Division, three other probation departments in Lucas County, and the Northwest Ohio Regional Information System (NORIS) were awarded a Byrne Grant to develop a county-wide kiosk reporting system. In forming this collaboration, it was the hope of all organizations to benefit from a reduction of human and economic resources currently used and needed elsewhere. Looking at what has been happening state-wide regarding the criminal justice budget deficit, it appears that by working together within the county, we are ahead of the curve by sharing resources.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 There are five kiosk machines placed throughout Lucas County at which defendants can report. (See http://www.noris.org./lucaskiosk/ for locations.) Two, including the kiosk located in the Maumee Police Division lobby, are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The other three have hours ranging from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Probation Division began having defendants placed on Supervised Own Recognize bonds report to kiosk machines starting in October of 2011. In 2012, two hundred and thirty (230) defendants were assigned to kiosk reporting for pretrial purposes. Instead of physically reporting into the probation office during limited hours, defendants are now able to report at a time and a place more convenient to them. When the defendant checks into the kiosk, the machine takes a picture that is later reviewed by a probation officer for positive identification. The defendant is then asked a series of standard questions and individualized questions that have been programmed into the kiosk case management system. If he/she has paperwork to submit, there is a scanner on the machine to scan and send information to the Probation Division. All responses and scanned information are sent to the Maumee Probation Division via a kiosk case management system. The defendants can also leave messages for probation officers and vice versa.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 NUMBER OF PEOPLE UNDER PROBATION SUPERVISION DATE WARRANT STATUS PROBATION VIOLATION PENDING CONDITIONS MET; RECORD CHECK ONLY ACTIVE PROBATION MONITORING TOTAL PROBATION CASELOAD AS OF 12/31/2012 AS OF 12/31/2011 AS OF 12/31/2010 AS OF 12/31/2009 AS OF 12/31/2008 536 71 497 1001 2,105 659 53 628 975 2,315 529 126 763 1,076 2,494 580 72 831 1,160 2,643 585 82 795 1,200 2,662 COMBINED TOTALS OF ACTIVITIES/CONDITIONS ORDERED AS A CONDITION OF PRETRIAL AND/OR AS A CONDITION OF SENTENCE FOR 2012 Total Number of People Placed on Probation in 2012 489 Anger Management Referrals 58 Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings Ordered 86 CAD Bed Referrals (Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment) 13 Community Service Work Ordered 67  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Domestic Violence Counseling Referrals 63 Driver’s Intervention Program Referrals 114 Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referrals 194 Electronic Home Monitoring Ordered 239 Employment 15 GED 5 GPS Monitoring Ordered*** 14 Intensive Supervision Probation Referrals 1 Mental Health Treatment Referrals 60 Number of Monitored Bonds Ordered 175 Number of Supervised Bonds Ordered 238 Number of Probation Violations Filed 208 Presentence Investigation Reports Completed 193 Restitution Ordered 55 SCRAM Participants* 91 Sex Offender Treatment Ordered 3 Urinalysis Ordered as Condition of Pretrial / Probation 322 / 215 Valid Operator’s License Ordered 24 Victim Impact Panel Program Referrals 139 Women’s Life Skills Referrals 42  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 YEAR END REPORT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ANGER MANAGEMENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 2012 REFERRALS FROM MAUMEE COURT: Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: 25 28 10 REFERRALS FROM PERRYSBURG COURT: Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: 22 11 8 OTHER COURT REFERRALS: (BG, TOLEDO, FULTON CO., & MICHIGAN, etc.) Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: TOTAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REFERRALS FOR 2012: Total Completions: Total Still Attending: Total Discharged Unsuccessfully Individuals That Did Private Counseling: 63 41 10 2 4 4 114 47 42 22 3 ANGER MANAGEMENT 2012 REFERRALS FROM MAUMEE COURT: Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: 68 50 8 10 OTHER COURTS: (PERRYSBURG, SYLVANIA, TOLEDO, ETC.) Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: 27 3 7 TOTAL ANGER MANAGEMENT REFERRALS FOR 2012: Total Referrals that completed successfully: Total still attending group: 77 11  37 105 ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Total discharged unsuccessfully from group: 17 ELECTRONIC HOME MONITORING, GLOBAL POSITIONING SATELITE AND SECURED CONTINUOUS REMOTE ALCOHOL MONITORING In 2009, the Probation Division has been installing and supervising1Court ordered SCRAM* participants. Ninety-one (92) defendants were monitored on SCRAM in 2012. The total number of days in 2012 that defendants were required to wear the SCRAM ankle bracelet was six thousand seven hundred and fifty-nine (6,759). During this period of time, there were only thirteen (13) positive readings of alcohol abuse and twenty-four times that a defendant tampered with the equipment. As of March 1, 2010, we began monitoring our own defendants who were placed on EHM** and GPS.*** In 2012, two hundred and thirty-nine (239) defendants were monitored on EHM and fourteen (14) defendants were monitored on GPS. Due to alternative sentencing options that the Court uses, defendants are required to pay for EHM, SCRAM, or GPS unless the Court finds them indigent. These alternative sentencing options have saved the City of Maumee approximately $221,873.00 for EHM alone; that is, if the Court had imposed the total three thousand four hundred eighty-two (3,482) days on EHM to be served at CCNO. Defendants also served 895 days on GPS. By allowing the defendant to be placed on GPS, in lieu of being held at the Lucas County Jail, the Court saved the City of Maumee approximately $122,462.00. *Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring.  ANNUAL REPORT 2012 **Electronic Home Monitoring ***Global Positioning System. CERTIFICATION The foregoing report of the activities of the Maumee Municipal Court, Maumee, Ohio, for the year 2012 has been compiled in accordance with Section 1901.14 of the Ohio Revised Code, and shall be submitted to the Board of Lucas County Commissioners, Lucas County, Ohio, and the Councils of the City of Maumee, Village of Waterville, Village of Whitehouse, Village of Swanton, and Monclova, Providence, and Waterville Township Trustees. /s/Sharon A. Thomasson, Clerk* Sharon A. Thomasson, Clerk Maumee Municipal Court February 15, 2013 *Hard copy with original signature on file with the Court.