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

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Inmate Admissions



TOTAL ADMISSIONS 21,951 100.00%
Gender
Male 20225 92.1%
Female 1,726 7.90%
Race
White 10,245 46.70%
Black 11,401 51.90%
Other 305 1.40%
Ethnicity
Non Hispanic 19,879 90.60%
Hispanic 2,072 9.40%
Age
17 & Under 782 3.60%
18-24 6,212 28.30%
25-34 7,823 35.60%
35-49 6,314 28.80%
50-59 655 3.00%
60+ 165 0.80%
Average Age at Admission: 30.6 Years


Prison Admission by Offense Type
Murder/Manslaughter 1,119 5.50%
Sexual Offenses 1,506 6.90%
Robbery 2,322 10.60%
Violent Personal Offenses 3,237 14.70%
Burglary 4,397 20.00%
Theft/Forgery/Fraud 2,609 11.90%
Drug Offenses 4,954 22.60%
Weapons 857 3.90%
Other Offenses 870 4.00%
Prior DC Prison Commitments
0 12,144 55.30%
1 4,158 18.90%
2 2,522 11.50%
3 1,482 6.80%
4 863 3.90%
5+ 782 3.60%

Average Sentence Length/Age by Offense (in Years)
  Sentence Age
Violent* 8.1 29.4
Property 3.4 31.2
Drug 3.3 21.1
Other 3.4 32.4
Murder/Manslaughter 21 29.8
Sexual Offenses 11.8 34.8
Robbery 7.2 25.8
Violent Personal Offenses 4.6 30.5
Burglary 4.9 28.7
Theft/Forgery/Fraud 2.9 32.4
Drug Offenses 3.3 32.1
Weapons 3.9 30.3
Other Offenses 2.9 33.3

*One of the following conditions must occur for a crime to be defined as violent under the current definition: actual physical harm or threat of physical harm, or a reasonable probability existed that individual criminal acts could have resulted in unintended physical harm or the threat of physical harm.