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Investing in our Safety and Infrastructure

SAFETY GOAL
Investing in public protection; building Oklahoma’s infrastructure to support growth and development; and protecting, managing and preserving the safety of our environment.

Metric Legend Guide

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Air

Program Description

Protect, preserve and restore outdoor air quality.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$16.3M

Performance Metrics

Maintain 100% Air Quality Meeting Federal Standards

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100%

Of the population

Air Quality Monitor Compliance

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98%

Monitors demonstrating compliance

Maintain Ozone Standards Compliance Days at > 95%

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98%

Days within federal standards

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Corrections

Program Description

Ensure safe and secure incarceration of offenders, and provide opportunities for rehabilitation and reintegration to reduce recidivism.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$551.8M

Performance Metrics

Inmate Recidivism

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19.02%

Offenders returning after release

Prison Population

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22,447

Prisoners (total of county hold and prison)

Maintain Mental Health Reentry Program Participant Recidivism at < 24%

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22.9%

Participants

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Crime

Program Description

Protect against and respond to violent and non-violent crime.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$177.2M

Performance Metrics

Incident-Based Reporting System Coverage

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70%

Of the population

Non-violent Crimes

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26.4

Non-Violent crimes per 1,000 population

Violent Crimes

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4.5

Violent crimes per 1K people

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Emergency Management

Program Description

Prepare for, respond to, recover from, mitigate against and prevent any natural or man-made disasters.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$140.6M

Performance Metrics

Emergency Operations Center Tools

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52%

Jurisdictions

School Safe Rooms

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246

Safe rooms

StormReady Oklahoma Jurisdictions

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99

Jurisdictions

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Infrastructure

Program Description

Provide a safe and efficient transportation network and effective functioning of water impoundment structures. 

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$1.4B

Performance Metrics

Lane-Mile Road Conditions

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11,313

Miles

Deficient Rural Highway Shoulders

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5,285

Miles

Structurally Deficient Bridges

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64

Bridges

Dams Modified for Safety

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39

Modified dams

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Land

Program Description

Conserve, protect and restore state land and related resources.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$61.9M

Performance Metrics

Active Conservation Management

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1,749,182

Acres

Contaminated Land Acres Cleaned

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231

Acres cleaned

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Narcotics

Program Description

Reduce the availability, sale, demand, and use of illegal narcotics and educate the public on drug use and prevention.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$19.3M

Performance Metrics

Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Discussion with Parent / Guardian

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48.4%

Youth 12-17

High Value Target Prosecutions

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173

Prosecutions

Substance Abuse Rate

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8.54%

Adults age 18+

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Traffic Safety and Impaired Driving

Program Description

Reduce the number and severity of crashes and collisions, while maintaining a safe driving environment.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$189.2M

Performance Metrics

Traffic Fatality Rate

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1.43

Fatalities per 100M miles traveled

Alcohol-Impaired Fatalities

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154

Fatalities

Serious Vehicle Injuries Rate

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4.81

Serious injuries per 100M miles traveled

Unrestrained Automobile Fatalities

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206

Fatalities not wearing seat belts

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency

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Water

Program Description

Protect and restore state waters and aquatic life through effective management, conservation and distribution.

Total FY 2021 Expenditures

$386.8M

Performance Metrics

Healthy Lake Acres

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42%

Healthy lake acres

Healthy Stream/River Miles

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17%

Healthy stream/river miles

Initial Groundwater Assessment

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100%

Completion of Initial assessment

Year-over-Year Expenditure Comparison

FY 2021 Expenditures by Agency


Last Modified on Feb 21, 2022
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