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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

COMMUNITY SUPERVISION ADMISSIONS

Community Supervision Admissions
in FY 1999-00

TOTAL ADMISSIONS 96,887 100.0%
Gender
 
 
Male
75,083
77.5%
Female
21,804
22.5%
Race
 
 
White
58,068
59.9%
Black
36,477
37.6%
Other
2,319
2.4%
Missing
23
 
Age when Admitted
 
 
17 & Under
1,082
1.1%
18-24
30,264
31.2%
25-34
29,615
30.6%
35-49
30,579
31.6%
50-59
4,024
4.2%
60+
1,318
1.4%
Missing
5
  
 
  
  
Prior DC Prison Commitments
  
  
0
78,289
80.8%
1
9,201
9.5%
2
4,260
4.4%
3
2,456
2.5%
4+
2,681
2.8%


Type of Offense

Chart: Violent (21.8%), Property (32.7%), Drug (33.4%), Other (12.1%)

* One of the following conditions must occur for a crime to be defined as violent under this 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.


Supervision Admissions Over Five Years

Chart: Number rose from 90,594 in 95-96 to 98,871 in 98-99, then fell to 96,887 in 99-00.


Type of Offense Number Percent Average Sentence Length In Years* Average Age at Offense
Murder, Manslaughter
672
0.7%
7.8 years
28.7
Sexual offenses
2,499
2.6%
6.1 years
31.8
Robbery
2,753
2.8%
3.5 years
25.3
Violent Personal offenses
13,979
14.4%
2.4 years
31.8
Burglary
8,724
9.0%
2.6 years
26.3
Theft/Forgery/Fraud
23,179
23.9%
2.3 years
30.0
Drug offenses
32,112
33.1%
2.0 years
31.4
Weapons
2,494
2.6%
2.5 years
30.9
Other
10,475
10.8%
2.0 years
33.9
Data Unavailable: 765
* Sentence lengths of life are not used in calculations of averages.