This section includes statistics on the number of inmates who were released from the Florida prison system during the period of July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011. Time served refers to the percentage of sentence that inmates actually served in prison, plus credit for jail time, compared to their sentence length. For example, an inmate may have been sentenced to 10 years in prison, but his actual time served will be about eight and a half years, once his gain time has been subtracted from his sentence.
In FY 2010-11, 35,549 offenders were released from Florida's prisons.
Most of the permanent releases (22,808 or 64.2%) were released because their sentences expired.
15.3% (5,425) were released to probation or community control.
14.3% (5,074) were released to conditional release supervision, a type of supervision for more serious offenders.
The majority of offenders released in FY 2010-11 were white (17,610 or 49.5%) and male (31,558 or 88.8%).
34.3% were between the ages of 25-34 (12,193) and 34.3% were between the ages of 35 and 49 (12,198).
Approximately one-third were serving time for violent offenses (10,418) and one-third were serving time for property crimes (10,562).
Permanent Inmate Releases
Compared Over Five Years