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Julie L. Jones, Secretary

Inmate Releases and Time Served

Temporary vs. Permanent Prison Releases

Inmate releases are grouped into two categories: Permanent Releases and Temporary Releases.

  • Permanent Releases are those inmates who have reached the end point of a state prison sentence and whose state prison record has been officially closed out.
  • Temporary Releases are those inmates currently in the service of a state prison sentence who are not in the physical custody of the Department but whose state prison records are still currently active.
Inmate Releases by Quarter FY 2014-15
Permanent Release 1st Quarter
Jul 14 - Sep 14
2nd Quarter
Oct 14 - Dec 14
3rd Quarter
Jan 15 - Mar 15
4th Quarter
Apr 15 - Jun 15
Total
Expiration Of Sentence 5,277 5,117 5,054 5,010 20,458
Released To Probation/Community Control 1,237 1,270 1,295 1,228 5,030
Parole* 5 5 7 8 25
Conditional Release* 1,334 1,368 1,362 1,322 5,386
Death 77 93 89 84 343
Conditional & Control Release Reinstated* 36 47 55 54 192
Conditional Medical* 3 1 6 6 16
Other Releases** 298 267 309 326 1,200
Data Unavailable 4 7 3 4 18
Permanent Releases Total 8,271 8,175 8,180 8,042 32,668
Temporary Release 1st Quarter
Jul 14 - Sep 14
2nd Quarter
Oct 14 - Dec 14
3rd Quarter
Jan 15 - Mar 15
4th Quarter
Apr 15 - Jun 15
Total
Other Temporary Releases*** 89 89 72 74 324
Escapes 17 20 14 23 74
Out To Court 2,280 2,007 2,128 2,034 8,449
Temporary Releases Total 2,386 2,116 2,214 2,131 8,847
* Due to the timing of data retrieval and the categorization of releases, some numbers may not agree with those reported by the Florida Commission on Offender Review .
** Includes sentence vacated, provisional release, commutation, parole reinstated, parole/probation, execution, addiction recovery supervision, mandatory conditional release, Florida Commission on Offender Review release and conditional pardon.
*** Includes those released on their own recognizance (ROR), out without credit, transfer intrastate, transfer out-of-state concurrent,  not in custody, out by permission, and out on supersedeas bond.

 



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