Skip navigation.
Home | About Us | Contact Us
Rick Scott, Governor
Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Inmate Admissions

Prison Admissions/Intakes

Admissions to  Prison 1st Quarter
Jul-Sept 08
2nd Quarter
Oct-Dec 08
3rd Quarter
Jan-Mar 09
4th Quarter
Apr-Jun 09
Total
New Court Commitments 9,859 9,763 9,387 9,429 38,438
Conditional Release Violations 26 24 30 26 106
Parole Violations 0 2 0 0 2
Program Supervision Violations 8 0 3 0 11
Interstate Compact 2 0 8 3 13
Escapee Returns 1 4 5 5 15
Returns from Court 193 179 192 205 769
Admissions Subtotal 10,089 9,972 9,625 9,668 39,354
Control Release -- Technical 1 2 1 1 5
Conditional Release -- Technical 384 319 299 308 1,310
Parole Violations -- Technical 5 14 10 8 37
Escapee Returns 38 34 24 39 135
Return from Court without New Sentence 1,778 1,696 1,683 1,729 6,886
Other Returns* 143 150 125 159 400
Intakes Subtotal 2,349 2,215 2,142 2,244 8,950
Total Admissions/Intakes 12,438 12,187 11,767 11,912 48,304
* Other Returns include: commutation returns, returns from out-by-permission, returns from supersedeas bond, returns from interstate compact, received out-of-state concurrent sentences, conditional medical release violators, those returned to custody, and program supervision violators
  • The term prison admissions refers to the 39,354 inmates who were sentenced by the courts and brought into the state prison system during the fiscal year. The admissions section of this report is focused exclusively on the characteristics of these individuals.

  • The intakes featured in the table are different from prison admissions in that they did not receive a new sentence when they were admitted into the prison system. They may have violated their terms of post-prison supervision, or returned from court without a new sentence, etc. This report does not focus at all on the 8,950 intakes also brought into the prison system during this fiscal year, though it is important to note that these individuals are back in the system, albeit without new sentences. They are not included in current admissions because they were counted previously for their original admission.