Approximately 23% of offenders are on supervision for the commission of a violent offense and 12% have spent time in prison.
An offender is placed under supervision by a sentencing authority (a court or Florida Parole Commission) and must abide by conditions of supervision. Violation of these conditions may result in revocation and imposition of any sentence which may have been imposed before placing the offender on supervision (including prison) or a return to prison in the case of prison release.
Offender Population Chart
|Category||Population on June 30, 2009|
|Age on June 30, 2009|
|17 & Under||419||0.3%|
|Prior Supervision Commitments|
Type of Offense Chart
|Type of Offense||Number||Percent||Average Sentence
Length in Years*
|Violent Personal offenses||22,952||14.6||3.8||31.5|
|Data Unavailable: 87
* Sentence lengths of 50 years or longer are coded as 50 years for calculations of averages.
Type of Offense
Population of June 30 Compared Over Five Years
To Whom It May Concern:
I’d like to personally thank all Florida State Correctional personnel as well as Correctional Probation Senior Officer K. Duff for their professional expertise, guidance, support and concern with regard to my probation. It is because of their unwavering duty, I am a successful case with a bright restorative future. I’d like it to be duly noted I am sincerely and genuinely thankful for the services I received. Thanks to all for a job well-done! Truly.
(Never to be heard from thankfully/gratefully again!!)