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Julie L. Jones, Secretary

Florida Department of Corrections, Office of Inspector General, Annual Report.

For Fiscal Year 2013-2014
September 30, 2014

Michael D. Crews, Secretary
Florida Department of Corrections
Rick Scott
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Department Background

As the nation’s third-largest prison system, the Florida Department of Corrections fulfills a primary role in enhancing the safety of Florida residents. Through a network of 56 state prisons (including seven private prisons), road prisons, work camps and community-based facilities, the department manages incarceration and care for approximately 100,000 inmates. It also supervises approximately 143,000 offenders through 122 probation offices statewide. The department employs approximately 21,000 employees, the majority of whom are Correctional Officers or Correctional Probation Officers, who carry out this public safety mandate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Purpose of this Annual Report

Section 20.055, Florida Statutes, requires the Inspector General submit to the agency head, and, for state agencies under the jurisdiction of the Governor, the Chief Inspector General, no later than September 30 of each year, an annual report summarizing the activities during the preceding fiscal year. This report provides departmental staff and other interested parties with an overview of the Office of the Inspector General's activities as related to its mission.

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2012-2013 Office of the Inspector General's Annual Report

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