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138 East Court Street, Rm 603, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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2009 Hamilton County Report Card

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Corrections and Criminal Justice Reform

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Court Cases, 1993-2006

282,618

307,292

301,849

 

 

Juvenile Felony Cases

280

330 

494

 

 

             

Public Safety

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

911 Answering and Response: Seconds from Call Answered to Dispatch of EMS

72.2

65

84

75

71

911 Answering and Response: Seconds from Call Answered to Dispatch of Fire

77.4

80

99

81

89

911 Answering and Response: Seconds from Call Answered to Dispatch of Police

161.6

172

152

142

152

911 Jail Population Reduction Practices - Inmates released through Early Release, Mitigated Sentences and Process-Only

3,802

6,034

9,591

9,277

13,516

Property Crimes Per 100,000
Residents - Reported by ALL Jurisdictions

5,061

4,748

4,572

3849

Public Safety Expenditures Per Household

$334.34

$339.75

$360.86

$368.50

$389.69

Violent Crimes Per 100,000 Residents - Reported by ALL Jurisdictions

588

575

607

534

 

             

Public Health

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate Per 100,000 Population

859.5

861.4

   

 

Infant Mortality Rates per 1,000 Births

11

16.7

9.7 10.9

11.3

Percent Change in Population

-0.51%

-0.45%

-0.71%

2.40%

1.08%

             

Education

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Percent of Schools District Rated Excellent or Effective

68%

54%

48%

55%

 

 

             

Environment

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Air Quality Ozone
Days Above 100 AQI

8

25

8

38

13

Air Quality PM 2.5
Days Above 100 AQI

2

11

8

1

1

Tons of Waste Disposed

1.31M

1.29M

1.36M

1.16M

 

             

Economy Jobs & Poverty Reduction

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Annual Employee Turnover Rate

11.8%

15.4%

15.81%

12.11%

20.69%

Business Starts

2,200

2,066

2,511

2,062

 

Percent Change in Total Employment

0.51%

0.52%

-0.85%

-1.38%

 

Percent of Persons in Poverty

13.10%

 

14.6%

13.0%

 

Ratio of Jobs to Labor Force

1.53

1.54

1.51

1.46

 

Total Business Establishments

23,581

23,500

23,339

24,166

 

Total Employment

644,960

646,623

638,472

629,652

 

Unemployment Rate

5.6%

5.5%

5.0%

5.0%

5.6%

Workers' Compensation Rate
(Base Rate of 1.0)

.58

.56

.70

.90

.89

             

Housing

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Housing Affordability
lower = more affordable

3.25%

3.13%

3.31%

2.98%

 

Median Household Income

$43,442

$43,933

$44,652

$48,435

 

Median Home Value

$141,115

$137,300

$147,700

$144,500

 

             

Homeland Security

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Grant Totals

$16M

$7.72M

$5.29M

$6.97M

$6.74M

             

Human Service Delivery

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Adoption Finalizations

119

77

83

135

113

Children Served in Our Child Care Program

12,217

11,351

12,857

12,988

14121

Collections on Child Support Orders

$155M

$152M

$141M

$142M

$154.6M

Food Stamp Recipients Per 1,000 Population

84.4

90.4

93.8

88.0

89.32

Foster Homes (New)

64

39

35

44

40

Foster Homes (Licensed)
Monthly Average

417

389

285

278

262

Medicaid Recipients Per 1,000 Population

146

145.3

148.7

154.7

150.63

Reports of Child Abuse and Neglect

5,569

5,661

6,141

6,437

5,899

Substantiated / Indicated Child Abuse

3,061

3,534

3,393

3,416

2,904

Welfare Recipients per 1,000 Population

25.2

24.2

21.4

20.8

20.72

             

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

*

Cost of Government Per Household

$745

$721

$789

$753

$721.75

Difference Between Sales Tax Receipts and Inflation Rate

$1.79M

$0.427M

-$1.17M

-$0.55M

-$3.98M

Difference Between General Fund Expenditures and Inflation Rate

-$6.38M

-$13.3M

-$7.1M

-$4.1M

-$8.0M

Difference Between Voted Levy Revenue and Inflation Rate

-$2.74M

$3.39M

$0.65M

-$12.4M

-$30.9M

Difference Between General Fund Revenue and Inflation Rate

-$5.97M

-$2.8M

-$5.3M

-$8.5M

$8.8M

Leveraged Purchasing Savings

$6.8M

$7.7M

$8M

$12.5M

$26.7M

 
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