Future correctional facility population projections in order to inform and determine resource needs.
Examines recidivism for Structured Sentencing Act adult offenders who were released from prison or placed on supervised probation.
This publication describes Structured Sentencing - the method of sentencing and punishing criminals in North Carolina.
Annual reports on convictions and sentences imposed for Driving While Impaired offenses.
This report evaluates the relationship between JCPC participants’ characteristics, program participation and recidivism.
The Sentencing Commission conducts ongoing evaluations regarding the implementation of the Justice Reinvestment Act in North Carolina.
This report examines the recidivism of juveniles who were brought to court with a delinquent complaint.
Felony and Misdemeanor classification under the Structured Sentencing Act for offenses committed on or after December 1, 2018.
Minimum/Maximum Sentence Tables for felony, misdemeanor, Class B1 through E Sex Offenders and ASR.
Summarizes and highlights key findings, convictions, dispositions, and recidivism from Sentencing Commission reports and publications.
These reports contain findings and recommendations for proposed legislation from current and previous legislative sessions.
Projection of available bed space for the Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Program for the next five fiscal years.
Annual reports on sentences imposed under the Structured Sentencing Act for both felony and misdemeanor convictions.
Describes the substance and application of the sentencing laws for felonies and misdemeanors covered by the Structured Sentencing Act.
A collection of SPAC study reports on various criminal justice topics of interest, many in response to legislative directives or requests.
To help assess North Carolina’s long-term resource needs for juvenile dispositions.
The North Carolina Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1990 to make recommendations to the General Assembly for the modification of sentencing laws and policies, and for the addition, deletion, or expansion of sentencing options as necessary to achieve policy goals.
The Commission has 28 members drawn from all three branches of government; from all areas of the criminal justice system; and from the public.
Mailing AddressN.C. Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission
North Carolina Judicial Center
PO Box 2448
Raleigh, NC 27602