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Michael D. Crews, Secretary

County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and Incarceration Rates Per 1,000 County Population for October 1999

Florida County County Population Average Daily Population (ADP) Incarceration Rate County Share of State ADP
Alachua 211,403 884 4.2 2.0%
Baker 21,131 113 5.3 0.3%
Bay 147,496 928 6.3 2.1%
Bradford 25,355 170 6.7 0.4%
Brevard 465,825 1,111 2.4 2.5%
Broward Non-Reported
Calhoun 13,572 28 2.1 0.1%
Charlotte 133,655 235 1.8 0.5%
Citrus 112,424 331 2.9 0.7%
Clay 134,534 224 1.7 0.5%
Collier 210,095 650 3.1 1.4%
Columbia 55,368 312 5.6 0.7%
DeSoto 27,927 119 4.3 0.3%
Dixie 13,196 93 7.0 0.2%
Duval 753,823 2,945 3.9 6.6%
Escambia 296,164 1,495 5.0 3.3%
Flagler 43,441 73 1.7 0.2%
Franklin 10,739 84 7.8 0.2%
Gadsden Non-Reported
Gilchrist 13,140 34 2.6 0.1%
Glades 9,875 35 3.5 0.1%
Gulf 14,260 48 3.4 0.1%
Hamilton 14,120 59 4.2 0.1%
Hardee 22,801 148 6.5 0.3%
Hendry 30,364 162 5.3 0.4%
Hernando 125,008 332 2.7 0.7%
Highlands 80,458 258 3.2 0.6%
Hillsborough 942,322 3,168 3.4 7.1%
Holmes 17,949 24 1.3 0.1%
Indian River 106,690 428 4.0 1.0%
Jackson 49,670 214 4.3 0.5%
Jefferson 14,207 46 3.2 0.1%
Lafayette 6,998 40 5.7 0.1%
Lake 196,073 687 3.5 1.5%
Lee 405,637 1,070 2.6 2.4%
Leon 233,232 1,040 4.5 2.3%
Levy 32,416 105 3.2 0.2%
Liberty 7,708 12 1.6 0.0%
Madison 19,277 86 4.5 0.2%
Manatee 247,028 1,109 4.5 2.5%
Marion 242,357 1,201 5.0 2.7%
Martin 119,370 499 4.2 1.1%
Miami-Dade** 2,090,314 4,607 2.2 10.3%
Monroe 85,646 575 6.7 1.3%
Nassau 54,538 110 2.0 0.2%
Okaloosa 175,568 445 2.5 1.0%
Okeechobee 35,059 191 5.4 0.4%
Orange 824,095 4,111 5.0 9.2%
Osceola 148,712 756 5.1 1.7%
Palm Beach 1,020,521 2,588 2.5 5.8%
Pasco 321,074 647 2.0 1.4%
Pinellas 892,178 2,630 2.9 5.9%
Polk 465,858 1,840 3.9 4.1%
Putnam 71,454 180 2.5 0.4%
St. Johns 109,894 367 3.3 0.8%
St. Lucie 183,222 875 4.8 1.9%
Santa Rosa 107,814 365 3.4 0.8%
Sarasota 316,023 771 2.4 1.7%
Seminole 345,166 931 2.7 2.1%
Sumter 47,907 148 3.1 0.3%
Suwannee 33,746 204 6.0 0.5%
Taylor 19,527 147 7.5 0.3%
Union 13,459 14 1.0 0.0%
Volusia 420,431 1,464 3.5 3.3%
Wakulla 19,828 165 8.3 0.4%
Walton 38,304 122 3.2 0.3%
Washington 21,319 63 3.0 0.1%
Total 13,488,765 44,916 3.3 100.0%

Note: County population figures are estimates of the April 1, 1998 population. They are provided by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida, November 1998.

*These numbers do not include the following facilities which did not report: Gadsden County Jail and Miami-Dade County Jail/West. In addition, due to technical difficulties, Broward County reported a total ADP of 4,577, which is excluded because they were unable to provide a breakdown by category.

** Miami-Dade County Jail/West did not report, therefore, only 6 of the 7 Miami-Dade Jails are accounted for.

Incarceration Rates per 1,000 Population
October 1999*
0.0 to 0.9
(0 = 0.0%)
 
1.0 to 1.9
(6 = 9.2%)
Charlotte, Clay, Flagler, Holmes, Liberty, Union
2.0 to 2.9
(15 = 23.1%)
Brevard, Calhoun, Citrus, Gilchrist, Hernando, Lee, Miami-Dade**, Nassau, Okaloosa, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Putnam, Sarasota, Seminole
3.0 to 3.9
(16 = 24.6%)

Collier, Duval, Glades, Gulf, Highlands, Hillsborough, Jefferson, Lake, Levy, Polk, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Volusia, Walton, Washington

4.0 and over
(28 = 43.1%)
Alachua, Baker, Bay, Bradford, Columbia, DeSoto, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Hamilton, Hardee, Hendry, Indian River, Jackson, Lafayette, Leon, Madison, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, St. Lucie, Suwannee, Taylor, Wakulla

*These numbers do not include the following counties which did not report: Gadsden and Miami-Dade. In addition, due to technical difficulties, Broward County reported a total ADP of 4,577, which is excluded because they were unable to provide a breakdown by category.

**Miami-Dade County Jail/West did not report, therefore only 6 of the 7 Miami-Dade Jails are accounted for.