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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Glossary of Terms

ENROLLMENT TERMS

Number of New Placements During the Year

This is a count of the total number of placements during the fiscal year. It may include duplicate observations per offender.

Number of New Offenders Placed During the Year

This is a count of the total number of new offenders who were placed during the fiscal year. This number is unduplicated by offender within supervision/monitoring type.

Number of Different Offenders Active During the Year

This is a count of the total number of offenders who were supervised/monitored at any given time during the fiscal year. It is computed by taking the population enrolled in the program on July 1st and adding to it any offenders who were placed during the fiscal year. This number is unduplicated by offender within supervision/monitoring type.

Number of Offenders Active on June 30th

Also referred to as a status population, this is the actual number of offenders being supervised/monitored on the last day of the fiscal year.

Participation

Participation data are based on placement events, regardless of the type of program outcome.

OUTCOME TERMS

Absconder

Offender absconds from supervision; the whereabouts are unknown and the court issues a warrant for violation of supervision.

Revocation

Offender is terminated from supervision for failing to meet one or more requirements.

Successfully Completed

Offender completes supervision per the terms/conditions required.

Reduced Sentences

Offender, for a variety of reasons, is placed on a less stringent form of supervision or monitoring.

Still Active/Other

Offender is still being monitored/supervised per the required conditions or is no longer being supervised/monitored for various reasons.

OTHER TERMS

Workload

The enrollment data for a particular supervision / monitoring type during a given time period.