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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Correctional Probation Officer at offender's house

Offenders on Supervision

On July 31, 2003, there were 152,494 active or active-suspense offenders on community supervision.


Types of Supervision (July 31, 2003)

Probation 126,560 83.0%
Community Control 12,457 8.2%
Pre-Trial Intervention 7,949 5.2%
Post Prison Release 5,521 3.6%
Other 7 0.0%
Total 152,494 100.0%


The majority of those on supervision in July were convicted of a property (34.9%) or violent (27.3%) offense.

In July:

  • 8,277 offenders were admitted to supervision
  • 2,452 successfully completed their supervision
  • 3,982 had supervision revoked for a new offense (29.8%) or technical violation (70.2%)
Martin Tabert

Young Martin Tabert (right) was the unwitting catalyst behind the end to the inmate leasing system in Florida in the 1920s. See how that came about and why the practice was stopped by going to The History of Corrections on the web at www.dc.state.fl.us/oth/timeline/ 1921.html.