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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


TOTAL APPROVED BUDGET: $1,643,223,982
Operating Funds
EXPENDITURES BY BUDGET ENTITY
Department Administration $32,633,814
Custody and Care $1,156,316,857
Community Supervision $237,023,235
Education and Job Training $24,470,895
TOTAL OPERATING FUNDS $1,450,444,801
Fixed Capital Outlay Funds
EXPENDITURES BY PROJECT CLASSIFICATION:
To Provide Additional Capacity Through Expansion and New Construction $56,678,633
To Maintain Existing Facilities and Meet Requirements of Regulatory Agencies $12,916,870
TOTAL FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY FUNDS $69,595,503
Local Funds
VOLUME OF COLLECTION ACTIVITIES
Cost of Supervision Fees $22,489,760
Restitution and Court-Ordered Payments $41,771,895
Subsistence and Transportation Fees $7,747,200
INMATE BANKING ACTIVITIES
Total Deposits $60,810,457
Total Disbursements $61,093,887
June 30, 1997 Total Assets $4,772,774
INMATE WELFARE FUND ACTIVITY
Merchandise Sales $33,742,776
Gross Profits From Sales $9,429,177
Inmate Telephone Commisions $15,369,953
June 30, 1997 Retained Earnings $21,327,190

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Inmate Cost Per Day by Facility (FY 1996-1997)
Summary of Average Inmate Costs (FY 1996-1997)
Category Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Service
Total All Department Facilities (Excluding Private) 61,656 $47.88 $38.17 $8.75 $0.96
Total Major Institutions (Excluding Private) 58,863 48.63 38.46 9.17 1.00
Adult Male 47,316 43.79 36.75 6.17 0.87
Youthful Offender 2,663 53.94 45.41 4.56 3.97
Reception Centers 5,747 71.73 44.11 27.36 0.26
Female Institutions 2,397 66.05 44.30 19.96 1.79
Specialty Institutions 740 102.95 59.82 41.06 2.07
Private Institutions (3) 2,167 46.33      

 

INDIVIDUAL MAJOR INSTITUTIONS
Residential Facilities Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Services
ADULT MALE
Apalachee Correctional Institution (CI) 1,542 46.91 36.35 8.60 1.96
Avon Park CI 1,239 43.44 37.51 4.30 1.63
Baker CI 1,257 38.90 32.17 5.44 1.29
Calhoun CI 1,265 35.29 31.20 2.97 1.12
Century CI 1,501 35.52 31.36 3.66 0.50
Charlotte CI (1) 1,044 53.85 36.87 16.23 0.75
Columbia CI 1,251 40.88 32.82 7.28 0.78
Cross City CI 990 45.64 39.00 4.63 2.01
Dade CI (2) 981 68.75 55.19 12.32 1.24
DeSoto CI (2) 1,220 51.15 43.64 6.13 1.38
Everglades CI 1,242 37.45 31.92 5.34 0.19
Florida State Prison 1,393 52.73 44.59 7.95 0.19
Gainesville CI 617 41.30 37.32 3.64 0.34
Glades CI (1) 856 69.36 60.09 8.25 1.02
Gulf CI 1,451 40.01 34.67 5.08 0.26
Hamilton CI (2) 1,421 47.64 39.90 6.49 1.25
Hardee CI 1,346 39.57 35.29 3.62 0.66
Hendry CI 1,342 42.10 36.98 4.25 0.87
Hernando CI 426 42.19 37.29 4.38 0.52
Holmes CI 1,406 35.55 30.84 3.65 1.06
Jackson CI 1,306 36.12 31.91 3.60 0.61
Lake CI (2) 902 46.89 37.26 8.29 1.34
Lawtey CI 733 45.37 36.36 8.56 0.45
Liberty CI 1,450 34.35 29.45 4.26 0.64
Madison CI 1,321 36.07 30.41 4.95 0.71
Marion CI 1,273 43.55 36.77 5.19 1.59
Martin CI 1,339 52.34 44.13 7.44 0.77
Mayo CI (1) 916 45.06 39.56 5.02 0.48
New River CI 1,719 34.96 28.77 4.47 1.72
Okaloosa CI 970 39.95 34.76 4.75 0.44
Okeechobee CI (2)(3) 806 49.52 43.67 5.54 0.31
Polk CI 1,307 40.13 33.70 5.01 1.42
Putnam CI 416 51.74 45.39 6.01 0.34
Quincy CI 352 44.45 40.46 2.79 1.20
River Junction CI 478 45.34 38.43 6.30 0.61
Santa Rosa CI (2) 334 67.90 61.29 6.10 0.51
Sumter CI 1,629 36.98 32.18 3.49 1.31
Taylor CI 1,003 38.90 32.90 5.79 0.21
Tomoka CI 1,325 44.34 35.69 8.37 0.28
Union CI 1,702 61.99 47.69 14.11 0.19
Walton CI 1,214 35.58 31.59 3.37 0.62
Washington CI 1,031 40.73 29.70 10.78 0.25
Total Adult Males 47,316 43.79 36.75 6.17 0.87

 

INDIVIDUAL MAJOR INSTITUTIONS Cont'd
Residential Facility Average Population Total Per Diem Operations Health Services Education Service
YOUTHFUL OFFENDER          
Brevard CI 1,179 44.49 38.48 3.29 2.72
Hillsborough CI 373 73.39 60.14 8.28 4.97
Indian River CI 279 68.88 59.16 2.76 6.96
Lancaster CI 832 53.55 43.99 5.28 4.28
Total Youthful Offenders 2,663 53.94 45.41 4.56 3.97
RECEPTION CENTERS (MALE)          
Central Florida Reception Center 1,880 66.62 43.85 22.49 0.28
North Florida Reception Center 2,069 77.93 41.50 36.17 0.26
South Florida Reception Center 1,798 69.92 47.39 22.30 0.23
Total Reception Centers 5,747 71.73 44.11 27.36 0.26
FEMALE INSTITUTIONS          
Broward CI (4) 526 101.76 62.83 36.90 2.03
Florida CI (1) & (4) 1,031 63.53 44.10 17.19 2.24
Jefferson CI 840 46.79 32.94 12.75 1.10
Total Female Institutions 2,397 66.05 44.30 19.96 1.79
SPECIALTY INSTITUTIONS          
Corrections Mental Health Institution 82 307.88 192.81 112.24 2.83
Zephyrhills CI 658 77.36 43.22 32.17 1.97
Total Specialty Institutions 740 102.95 59.82 41.06 2.07
Total Department Institutions (Excluding Private) 58,863 48.63 38.46 9.17 1.00
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS (3 ) & ( 6)          
Bay CI 708 45.04      
Gadsden CI 753 47.57      
Moore Haven CI 706 46.32      
Total Private Institutions 2,167 46.33      
COMMUNITY FACILITIES          
Community Correctional Centers 2,361 29.93 29.93 0.00 0.00
Contracted Facilities (5) 177 35.22 35.22 0.00 0.00
Probation & Restitution Centers 255 49.61 49.61 0.00 0.00
Total Community Facilities 2,793 32.06 32.06 0.00 0.00
TOTAL ALL DEPARTMENT FACILITIES (Excluding Private) 61,656 47.88 38.17 8.75 0.96

  1. These facilities reflect inflated per diems due in part to decreased population resulting from renovation or replacement of dorms.
  2. Due to opening and phase-in of these facilities during the fiscal year, average inmate population was relatively low, resulting in inflated per diem costs.
  3. These facilities exclude debt service costs which if included would increase the department's average adult male per diem by $0.25 and the private institution's per diem by an average of $5.77.
  4. Also serving as reception centers for female inmates.
  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. South Bay and Lake City CF are not included because they opened late in the Fiscal Year (Feb.) and inmate cost-per-day would be substantially inflated by the start-up. State-run institutions that opened late are also not listed.

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FY 96-97 Correctional Budget

Total Expenditures $1,450,444,801

FY 96-97 Correctional Budget:  79.7% Custody and Care.  16.3% Community Supervision.   1.7% Education and Job Training.  2.3% Administration.

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Percent of State Budget Spent of Corrections
(For all department facilities)
Percent of State Budget spent on Corrections:  rose from 7.6% in 1992 to 8.6 in 1998.

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Inmate Cost Per Day by Type of Prison
Inmate Cost Per Day by Type of Prison:  Specialty institutions were the highest at $103.73, followed by reception centers at $72.74.

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Inmate Cost Per Day for FY 1996-97
(Major Institutions only)
$49.20 ($17,958 annually)
Inmate Cost Per Day for FY 1996-97:  Security (50.9%).  Medical (18.5%), Food Service (7.9%), Physical Plan (7.6%), Administration (5.6%).

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Overall Inmate Cost Per Day
$17,681 annually in FY 96-07

(For all department facilities)
Graph showing overall inmate cost per day:  rose from $42.56 in 1992 to $48.44 in 1997.

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Inmate Cost Per Day for Operations
(For all department facilities)
Graph showing inmate cost per day for operations:  Rose from $33.87 in 1992 to $38.67 in 1997.

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Inmate Cost Per Day for Health Services
(For all department facilities)
Graph showing Inmate cost per day for health services:  Rose from $8.14 in 1992 to $8.81 in 1997.

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Inmate Cost Per Day for Education
(For all department facilities)
Graph shows inmate cost per day for education:  Increase from $0.55 in 1993 to $0.96.

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Community Corrections Collections/Earnings

In addition to supervising offenders, Community Corrections performs a number of related duties, which include collecting court-ordered payments from offenders, such as restitution, court cost, fines, cost of supervision, room and board, and drug testing fees.

Payments Collected During FY 1996-97
Total $72,008,885
Graph showing payments collected during FY 1996-97:  Cost of Supervision (31.2%), Victim Restitution (%34.9), Fines and Court Cost (16.5%), PRC/CCC Subsistence  (10.8%).



Breakdown of Earnings from Work Release
Inmates FY 1996-97

Total $15,927,012
Graph shows Breakdown of earnings from work release inmates:  Room and Board (45.6%), Personal Expenses (23.8%), Earnings Received at Release (16.2%).



Payments Collected by Community Corrections Over Five Years
Year Cost of Supervision Victim Restitution Fines and Court Costs Subsistence for PRCs, CCCs* Other** TOTAL
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
FY 1996-97 $22,489,760 $25,117,706 $11,198,399 $7,794,966 $4,750,273 $72,008,855