Room Confinement and Isolation

Clients in JR can be placed in room confinement (locked in the room designated for their sleeping, during times when other clients are outside of their rooms) or in isolation (locked in a room that is not designated for their sleeping, often a padded room). DCYF tracks the 30 day rate of room confinement and isolation for clients released from residential facilities each state fiscal year (SFY). In SFY 2021, the 30 day RCI rate for White clients was 0.60, meaning that White clients who released in SFY 2021 experienced, on average, 0.60 RCI events every 30 days, during their stay with JR.

Thirty Day Rate of RCI by Race/Ethnicity, SFY 2017-2021
  depressed adults