Summary of Community Supervision Population on June 30, 2013
The number of offenders on community supervision on June 30, 2013 decreased by only 47 from June 30, 2012. The majority of those 145,802 offenders are male (75.1%), white (62.9%) and between the ages of 25 and 34 (31.3%) and 35-49 (30.2%). Most (60.3%) had never been on felony community supervision in Florida before. The majority of these offenders were serving felony probation sentences (71.1%), compared to other types of supervision like drug offender probation, community control, etc.
Those on control release were the oldest on average (51.8 years) and offenders on pretrial intervention were the youngest on average (31.2 years). Their overall average sentence length was 4.1 years. The top three counties of conviction were Broward (10.1%), Miami-Dade (9.6%) and Hillsborough (7.6%). The majority of offenders on supervision on June 30, 2013 had third degree felonies (60.9%) and were serving for property offenses (38.7%).
Community Supervision Population Remains Relatively Static
The numbers that follow in this community supervision population section include both offenders on active supervision, and those in active-suspense status, meaning they are temporarily unavailable for supervision due to hospitalization, for example. These statistics are as of June 30, 2013, which is the final day of the fiscal year.
There were 47 or .03% fewer offenders on supervision on June 30, 2013 compared to last year, when there were 145,849 offenders on supervision.
Population on June 30 Compared Over Ten Years
* Historical figures differ from previous reports due to the inclusion of the offenders in suspense status.