Court-Ordered Investigative Reports
After an offender has been found guilty at trial or pled guilty to a
criminal charge, the Judge may order an investigative report to be
prepared prior to sentencing. The Cumberland County Court of Common
Pleas primarily utilizes the following 3 types of reports. These reports
are strictly confidential and are only shared with authorized Court
Pre-Sentence Investigation (PSI)
This report contains psycho-social information such as employment history, educational background, family history, prior criminal record, drug and alcohol history, and other information relative to the case. Reports may also include an arrest report, defendant’s statement, sentencing guideline ranges, and victim impact statements.
This particular report is slightly shorter in length, containing only the defendant’s prior criminal history record, arrest report, sentencing guideline ranges, and victim impact statements.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Report
This report is used for defendants convicted of DUI offenses and contains arrest information, defendant's prior criminal history record, treatment information, sentencing guideline ranges, and the defendant’s statement. Other relevant data, such as education and employment information, is also included.