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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Community Supervision Admissions

These tables and charts describe offenders admitted to community supervision from July 1, 2012 -June 30, 2013.

Most of the 88,819 offenders admitted to community supervision this fiscal year are male (73.3%), white (63.0%) and between the ages of 25-34 (32.8%).

The majority (56.0%) have never been on felony supervision in Florida before.

General Characteristics of Admissions from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013


Category FY 2012-2013
Total Admissions 88,819 100.0%
Gender
Males 65,105 73.3%
Females 23,714 26.7%
Race
White 55,939 63.0%
Black 29,097 32.8%
Other 3,775 4.3%
Data Unavailable 8  
Age At Admission
17 & Under 443 0.5%
18-24 25,335 28.5%
25-34 29,114 32.8%
35-49 23,856 26.9%
50-59 7,838 8.8%
60+ 2,226 2.5%
Data Unavailable 7  
Prior DC Supervision Commitments
0 49,768 56.0%
1 19,393 21.8%
2 8,869 10.0%
3 4,686 5.3%
4+ 6,103 6.9%


Type of Offense
Violent = 18,073, 20.4%; Property = 33,826, 38.1%; Drug = 25,814, 29.1%; Other = 10,976, 12.4%;
Data Unavailable = 130


Admissions Compared Over Five Years
100,619 in 08-09, 94,387 in 09-10, 92,258 in 10-11; 90,880 in 11-12; 88,819 in 12-13;


Offender Admissions by Offense Type, FY 2012-13
Type of Offense Number Percent Average Sentence
Length in Years*
Average Age at Offense
Murder, Manslaughter 507 0.6% 6.9 29.4
Sexual offenses 1,561 1.8% 6.5 34.1
Robbery 2,525 2.8% 3.6 25.8
Violent Personal offenses 13,075 14.7% 2.4 33.3
Burglary 9,178 10.3% 2.8 27.5
Theft/Forgery/Fraud 24,957 28.1% 2.3 32.3
Drug offenses 25,814 29.1% 2.1 32.4
Weapons 2,374 2.7% 2.3 30.6
Other 8,698 9.8% 2.0 35.3

Data Unavailable = 130
* Sentence lengths of 50 years or longer and life are coded as 50 years for calculations of averages.