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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Personnel and Budget

DC Staff on 5/31/03:

  • There are 25,105 regular employees and 392 OPS staff that make up the department's total staff.
  • The average employee is 41 years old and has been with the agency for eight years.
  • Gender: 40% of corrections staff are female and 60% are male.

Employee Retention Rates

  1 Year 2 Year 3 Year
CO Series 68% 54% 47%
CPO Series 80% 65% 60%
Other 68% 47% 41%


Years of Service with State of Florida

Less than one year 11.5%
1 to less than 5 years 18.8%
5 to less than 10 years 27.1%
10 to less than 20 years 31.8%
20 to less than 30 years 9.4%
30 years or more 1.4%


Employee Separations for past 12 months

Voluntary 1,907
Involuntary 570
Retired 456
Death 36
Other Separations 13
Total Separations for Previous 12 months 2,982


Inmate Per Diem

It costs $48.15 a day ($17,575 a year) to care for and supervise an inmate in a major Florida prison, and $48.13 a day ($17,567 a year) to do so in any Florida prison facility, including work camps and work release centers.



FY 01-02 Inmate Cost Per Day:
$48.15 or $17,575 per year
(Major Institutions)

Chart showing FY 01-02 Inmate Cost Per Day: $48.15 or $17,575 per yr.(Major Institutions)</h4>