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

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Budget

Budget Summary
(FY 2004-05)

Operating Funds

Expenditures by Budget Entity:
  Department Administration $ 58,729,772
  Security and Institutional Operations $ 1,202,002,591
  Health Services $ 315,486,894
  Community Corrections $ 243,172,469
  Information Technology $ 23,322,664
  Programs $ 42,986,848
Total Operating Funds $ 1,885,701,238
 

Fixed Capital Outlay Funds

  To provide additional capacity $ 80,193,036
  To maintain existing facilities $ 2,868,834
Total Fixed Capital Outlay Funds $ 3,061,870
 
Total $ 1,968,763,108
 

Local Funds

  Collection Activities:
  Cost of Supervision Fees $ 27,061,991
  Restitution, Fines and Court Costs $ 57,956,233
  Subsistence, Transportation, and other Court-Ordered Payments $ 19,782,796
  Inmate Banking Activities:
  Total Deposits $ 85,009,685
  Total Disbursements $ 85,545,563
  June 30, 2005 Total Assets $ 9,676,057
  Other Activity:
  Revenue from Canteen Operations $ 20,986,632
  Inmate Telephone Commissions $ 16,335,212


Summary of Average Inmate Costs (FY 2004-05)
Type of Facility Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Services
Total All Department Facilities (Excluding Private) (3) 78,737 $49.60 $37.71 $10.66 $1.23
Total Major Institutions (Excluding Private) 78,643 $49.61 $37.70 $10.67 $1.23
Adult Male Custody (1) 44,456 $40.92 $34.27 $5.62 $1.03
Male Youthful Offender Custody 2,870 $57.97 $46.88 $6.79 $4.30
Receptions Centers 6,617 $85.57 $45.70 $39.07 $0.80
Adult and Female Youthful Offender Custody (2) 4,043 $62.10 $42.90 $16.92 $2.28
Specialty Institutions 18,247 $55.63 $41.78 $12.58 $1.26
Work Release Centers 2,410 $34.50 $28.58 $5.46 $0.46
Private Institutions (1) (3) 4,309 $55.39 $54.94 $0.45 $0.00
Probation and Restitution Centers and Bradenton DTC 93 $43.42 $43.42 $0.00 $0.00
(1) These facilities exclude debt service costs, which if included would increase the department's average major institution per diem by $ 0.12 and the private institutions' per diem by $ 4.73.
(2) Also serving as reception centers (Broward CI and Lowell CI) for female inmates.
(3) Per diem figures do not include indirect and administration costs of $ 4.39 for major institutions (operations $ 2.21, health services $ 0.31 and education $ 0.22, substance abuse $0.04, and departmental administration $1.61), and $0.85 for private institutions.
NOTE: Administration costs equal 3.06% of total Department expenditures.


Inmate Cost Per Day
by Type of Facility
Adult Male ($40.92); Private Inst. ($55.39); Male/Youthful ($57.97); Adult/Youthful Female ($62.10); Specialty Inst. ($5.63); Reception Centers ($85.57)


Percent of State General Revenue Budget
Appropriated to Corrections

99-00 (8.0%); 00-01 (7.7%); 01-02 (7.7%); 02-03 (8.0%); 03-04 (8.0%); 04-05 (8.0%)


FY 2004-05 Correctional Budget
Total Expenditures $1,885,701,238
Security and Institutional Operations (63.7%); Department Admin. (3.1%); Programs (2.3%);  Community Corrections (12.9%); Health Services (16.7%); Information Technology (1.2%)


Inmate Cost Per Day for FY 2004-05
$49.61 ($18,108 annually)
(Major Institutions Only)
Security (58.9%); Food Services (5.3%); Physical Plant (6.7%); Medical (21.4%); Insurance (0.3%); Education (2.0%); Clothing/laundry (1.0%); Institutional Admin. (3.0%); Inmate Services (1.4%)


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