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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Administration

Budget Summary

Budget Summary (FY 1995-96)

TOTAL APPROVED BUDGET: $  1,617,612,842
OPERATING FUNDS
Expenditures by Budget Entity:
Office of the Secretary and Office of Management and Budget $19,081,078
Office of Programs 5,949,721
Health Services 194,593,820
Correctional Education School Authority 15,795,422
Office of Operations and Regional Administration 5,401,141
Major Institutions 812,695,807
Probation and Parole Services 195,273,144
Community Facilities and Road Prisons 30,160,974
Youthful Offender Assistant Secretary's Office 540,559
Youthful Offender Institutions 40,663,980
Total Operating Funds $ 1,320,155,646
FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY FUNDS
Expenditures by Project Classification:
To Provide Additional Capacity Through Expansion and New Construction 90,224,153
To Maintain Existing Facilities and Meet Requirements of Regulatory Agencies 9,826,422
Total Fixed Capital Outlay Funds $ 100,050,575
LOCAL FUNDS
Volume of Collection Activities:
Cost of Supervision Fees $ 21,845,024
Restitution and Court-Ordered Payments 38,667,264
Subsistence and Transportation Fees 8,144,158
Inmate Banking Activities:
Total Deposits $ 59,584,499
Total Disbursements 59,233,509
June 30, 1996 Total Assets 5,056,204
Inmate Welfare Fund Activity:
Merchandise Sales $ 30,707,683
Gross Profit From Sales 7,075,199
Inmate Telephone Commissions 12,942,025
June 30, 1996 Retained Earnings 13,367,787

 

Inmate Cost Per Day By Facility

Summary of Average Inmate Costs
(FY 1995-1996)
Category Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Service
Total All Department Facilities (Excluding Private) 61,962 44.51 35.62 8.24 0.65
Total Major Institutions (Excluding Private) 58,912 45.38 36.06 8.63 0.69
Adult Male 45,693 41.47 34.84 6.05 0.58
Youthful Offender 2,721 50.13 41.69 5.23 3.21
Reception Centers 6,106 63.26 40.06 23.11 0.09
Female Institutions 2,600 55.64 37.87 16.38 1.39
Specialty Institutions 1,792 61.74 42.26 18.87 0.61
Private Institutions 1,839 48.24      
Residential Facilities Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Service
ADULT MALE          
Apalachee Correctional Institution (CI) 1,576 42.78 33.8 7.48 1.5
Avon Park CI 1,219 39.2 33.01 4.79 1.4
Baker CI 1,236 38.52 31.51 5.92 1.09
Calhoun CI 1,273 33.72 29.28 3.54 0.9
Century CI (3) 1,583 32.95 29.31 3.52 0.12
Charlotte CI (3) 1,202 45.09 31.43 13.37 0.29
Columbia CI 1,363 34.95 28.37 6.53 0.05
Cross City CI 1,035 41.19 35.35 4.26 1.58
Dade CI (3) 939 68.5 54.17 13.42 0.91
DeSoto CI (3) 1,263 45.51 39.82 4.67 1.02
Everglades CI (1) 455 86.28 76.02 10.25 0.01
Florida State Prison 1,457 47.99 40.49 7.46 0.04
Glades CI (3) 1,302 50.43 43.23 6.65 0.55
Gulf CI (3) 1,441 41.23 36.5 4.72 0.01
Hamilton CI 1,379 47.8 41.07 5.75 0.98
Hardee CI 1,369 36.2 31.99 4.05 0.16
Hendry CI (3) 1,291 40.11 35.03 4.51 0.57
Holmes CI (3) 1,396 34.39 29.17 4.33 0.89
Jackson CI (3) 1,446 33.24 28.76 4.35 0.13
Lake CI 871 38.37 32.11 5.17 1.09
Lawtey CI 735 43.02 34.03 8.77 0.22
Liberty CI (3) 1,465 32.24 28.37 3.71 0.16
Madison CI 1,366 32.74 27.73 4.54 0.47
Marion CI 1,306 37.68 30.77 5.67 1.24
Martin CI 1,394 50.35 41.48 8.31 0.56
Mayo CI 1,228 34.44 30.59 3.77 0.08
New River CI 1,697 32.79 26.76 4.57 1.46
Okaloosa CI 963 39.12 33.65 5.37 0.1
Okeechobee CI (1) 209 145.53 132.92 12.6 0.01
Polk CI 1,281 38.87 32.86 4.94 1.07
Putnam CI 412 49.6 43.29 6.3 0.01
Quincy CI 319 47.57 44.27 3.29 0.01
River Junction CI 453 45.52 38.1 6.36 1.06
Sumter CI 1,346 40.07 34.61 4.26 1.2
Taylor CI 1,051 34.45 29.02 5.42 0.01
Tomoka CI 1,360 41.01 33.41 7.51 0.09
Union CI 1,797 56.44 42.98 13.38 0.08
Walton CI 1,229 34.67 30.17 4.26 0.24
Washington CI 986 35.6 30 5.59 0.01
Total Adult Male 45,693 41.47 34.84 6.05 0.58
YOUTHFUL OFFENDER
Brevard CI 1,187 42.5 36.43 3.63 2.44
Hillsborough CI (3) 382 62.2 50.8 8.27 3.13
Indian River CI 267 72.03 58.66 7.09 6.28
Lancaster CI 885 48.56 39.7 5.5 3.36
Total Youthful Offender 2,721 50.13 41.69 5.23 3.21
RECEPTION CENTERS (MALE)
Central Florida Reception Center 2,155 53.23 36.89 16.2 0.14
North Florida Reception Center 2,141 71.35 38.77 32.51 0.07
South Florida Reception Center 1,810 65.6 45.33 20.22 0.05
Total Reception Centers 6,106 63.26 40.06 23.11 0.09
FEMALE INSTITUTIONS
Broward CI (2) 602 85.15 52.83 30.98 1.34
Florida CI (2) & (3) 1,243 46.51 32.8 12.17 1.54
Jefferson CI 755 47.17 34.31 11.69 1.17
Total Female Institutions 2,600 55.64 37.87 16.38 1.39
SPECIALTY INSTITUTIONS
Brooksville DTC (3) 431 41.13 35.95 5.02 0.16
Corrections Mental Health Institution 86 284.83 169.14 115.68 0.01
Gainesville CI (3) 555 40.28 36.5 3.57 0.21
Zephyrhills CI 720 64.06 35.38 27.42 1.26
Total Specialty Institutions 1,792 61.74 42.26 18.87 0.61
Total Department Institutions (Excluding Private) 58,912 45.38 36.06 8.63 0.69
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS (4)
Bay CI 511 43.69      
Gadsden CI 721 47.1      
Moore Haven CI 607 53.43      
Total Private 1,839 48.24      
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
Community Correctional Centers 2,639 24.95 24.24 0.71 0
Contracted Facilities (5) 130 33.41 33.41 0 0
Probation & Restitution Centers (6) 281 52.99 52.46 0.53 0
Total Community Facilities 3,050 27.9 27.24 0.66 0
TOTAL ALL DEPARTMENT FACILITIES (Excluding Private) 61,962 44.51 35.62 8.24 0.65

Notes:

  1. Due to the opening and phase-in of these facilities during the fiscal year, average inmate population was relatively low, resulting in inflated per diem costs. Per diem costs are also inflated by debt service costs for Okeechobee CI.
  2. Also serving as reception centers for female inmates.
  3. As part of the department's realignment, road prisons and work camps are shown as component parts of the institution to which they are assigned, as opposed to the previous year's presentation as separate community facilities.
  4. Private facilities include debt service costs and inflated per diem contract rates due to phase-in of facilities.
  5. Amounts shown are net of daily inmate subsistence payments for inmates on Work Release, which contractors are allowed to retain as a credit to their billing.
  6. Phase-out of some facilities has inflated per diem costs.

FY 1995-96 Correctional Budget
Total Expenditures $1,320,155,646

(In Millions)

Chart showing breakdown of total expenditures.  61.5% Major Institutions.  14.8% Probation and Parole.  14.8% Health Services.

Percent of State Budget Spent on Corrections

(General Revenue)

Chart shows percent of budget spent on corrections.  Numbers rose from 7.9% in 1991-92 to 9.1% in 1996-97, peaking t 10.0% in 1994-95.

Inmate Cost Per Day by Type of Prison

Chart showing inmate cost per day by type of prison.  Adult male $41.47.  Private Institution $48.24.  Youthful Offender $50.13.  Female institution $55.64.  Specialty Institution $61.74.  Reception Centers $63.26.

n=Average 1995-96 population


Inmate Cost per Day for FY 1995-96
$45.38 ($16,564 Annually)

(Major Institutions Only)

Inmate Cost per Day for FY 1995-96.  50% Security.  19.4% Medical.  8.1% Food Service.  7.7% Physical Plant.

Overall Inmate Cost Per Day

(For all department facilities)

Chart shows overall inmate cost per day.  Number rose from $42.35 in 1991-92 to $44.51 in 1995-96.

Inmate Cost Per Day for Operations

(For all department facilities)

Chart shows inmate cost per day for operations.  Number rose from $32.94 in 1991-92 to $35.62 in 1995-96.

Inmate Cost Per Day for Health Services

(For all department facilities)

Chart shows inmate cost per day for health services.  Number fell from $8.61 in 1991-92 to $8.24 in 1995-96.

Inmate Cost Per Day for Education

(For all department facilities)

Inmate Cost Per Day for Education:  Numbers fell from $0.80 in 1991-92 to $0.65 in 1995-96.

 


Community Supervision Budget Data

In addition to supervising offenders, Probation and Parole (P&P) Services performs a number of related duties, which include collecting court-ordered payments from offenders, conducting drug tests, and preparing offender investigations.

Payments Collected During FY 1995-96

Total: $55,874,231

Graph shows paments collected during FY 1995-96.  41.8 Victim Restitution.  39.1% Cost of Supervision.  19.1% Fines and Court Costs.

 

Court-Ordered Payments Collected Over the Past Five Years

  Cost of Supervision Victim Restitution Fines and Court Costs TOTAL
FY 1991-92 $20,409,668 $17,892,787 $8,552,383 $46,854,838
FY 1992-93 $20,135,584 $18,092,534 $8,522,615 $46,750,733
FY 1993-94 $18,930,643 $18,540,461 $9,608,797 $47,079,901
FY 1994-95 $20,662,225 $21,594,033 $10,148,772 $52,405,030
FY 1995-96 $21,845,024 $23,377,325 $10,651,882 $55,874,231

P&P Services also collected other court ordered costs (crimes compensation, electronic monitoring costs, drug testing fees, Probation and Restitution Center subsistence, surcharge and others). Total collected and disbursed: $59,940,625.49.