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Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Table 2: County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and Incarceration Rates Per 1,000 County Population for March 2008*

Florida County County Population Average Daily Population (ADP) Incarceration Rate County Share of State ADP
Alachua 247,561 1,001 4.0 1.53%
Baker 25,623 118 4.6 0.18%
Bay 167,631 935 5.6 1.43%
Bradford 29,055 108 3.7 0.17%
Brevard 552,109 1,810 3.3 2.77%
Broward 1,765,707 5,304 3.0 8.12%
Calhoun 14,477 59 4.1 0.09%
Charlotte 164,584 516 3.1 0.79%
Citrus 140,124 670 4.8 1.03%
Clay 184,644 465 2.5 0.71%
Collier 333,858 1,246 3.7 1.91%
Columbia 65,373 311 4.8 0.48%
DeSoto 33,983 214 6.3 0.33%
Dixie 15,808 94** 5.9 0.14%
Duval 897,597 3,583 4.0 5.49%
Escambia 311,775 1,761 5.6 2.70%
Flagler 93,568 116 1.2 0.18%
Franklin 12,249 108 8.8 0.17%
Gadsden 49,398 261 5.3 0.40%
Gilchrist 17,106 34 2.0 0.05%
Glades 11,055 60 5.4 0.09%
Gulf 16,815 63 3.7 0.10%
Hamilton 14,705 93 6.3 0.14%
Hardee 27,520 158 5.7 0.24%
Hendry 39,651 257 6.5 0.39%
Hernando 162,193 694 4.3 1.06%
Highlands 98,727 486 4.9 0.74%
Hillsborough 1,192,861 3,738 3.1 5.72%
Holmes 19,464 70 3.6 0.11%
Indian River 139,757 522 3.7 0.80%
Jackson 50,416 208 4.1 0.32%
Jefferson 14,494 63 4.3 0.10%
Lafayette 8,215 32 3.9 0.05%
Lake 286,499 1,023 3.6 1.57%
Lee 615,741 2,274 3.7 3.48%
Leon 272,896 1,092 4.0 1.67%
Levy 40,045 175 4.4 0.27%
Liberty 7,772 52 6.7 0.08%
Madison 19,944 72 3.6 0.11%
Manatee 315,890 1,315 4.2 2.01%
Marion 325,023 1,848 5.7 2.83%
County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and
Incarceration Rates per 1,000 County Population for March 2008
Florida
County
County
Population
Average Daily
Population (ADP)
Incarceration
Rate
County Share
of State ADP
Martin 143,737 637 4.4 0.98%
Miami-Dade 2,462,292 6,886 2.8 10.54%
Monroe 78,987 599 7.6 0.92%
Nassau 69,569 227 3.3 0.35%
Okaloosa 196,540 636 3.2 0.97%
Okeechobee 39,030 234 6.0 0.36%
Orange 1,105,603 4,351 3.9 6.66%
Osceola 266,123 1,150 4.3 1.76%
Palm Beach 1,295,033 3,095 2.4 4.74%
Pasco 434,425 1,250 2.9 1.91%
Pinellas 944,199 3,413 3.6 5.23%
Polk 581,058 2,440 4.2 3.74%
Putnam 74,799 289 3.9 0.44%
St. Johns 173,935 526 3.0 0.81%
St. Lucie 271,961 1,542 5.7 2.36%
Santa Rosa 142,144 557 3.9 0.85%
Sarasota 387,461 1,042 2.7 1.60%
Seminole 425,698 1,013 2.4 1.55%
Sumter 89,771 247 2.8 0.38%
Suwannee 39,608 147 3.7 0.23%
Taylor 22,516 94 4.2 0.14%
Union 15,722 17 1.1 0.03%
Volusia 508,014 1,351 2.7 2.07%
Wakulla 29,417 234 8.0 0.36%
Walton 57,093 198 3.5 0.30%
Washington 23,719 135 5.7 0.21%
Total 18,680,367 65,319 3.5 100.00%

Note: County population figures are estimates of the April 1, 2007 population. They are provided by the University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research via the website of the Office of Economic and Demographic Research, The Florida Legislature, November, 2007.

No counties are excluded from this table.

At the time this report was published, The following jail populations for March 2008 were unavailable.

** The population for Dixie County is carried over from January 2008.


Incarceration Rates per 1,000 Population
March 2008
0.0 TO 0.9
(0 = 0 %)
No Counties
1.0 TO 1.9
(3 = 4.5%)
Flagler, Gilchrist, Union
2.0 TO 2.9
(8 = 11.9%)
Clay, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Pasco, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia
3.0 TO 3.9
(23 = 34.3%)
Bradford, Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Collier, Duval, Gulf, Hillsborough, Holmes, Indian River, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Madison, Nassau, Okaloosa, Orange, Pinellas, Putnam, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Walton
4.0 TO 4.9
(16 = 23.9%)
Alachua, Baker, Calhoun, Citrus, Columbia, Hernando, Highlands, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Manatee, Martin, Osceola, Polk, Taylor
5.0 AND OVER
(17 = 25.4%)
Bay, DeSoto, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Glades, Hamilton, Hardee, Hendry, Liberty, Marion, Monroe, Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Wakulla, Washington
Notes: Please note: Due to the rounding error, the sum of percentages shown may not equal 100.0%. No counties are excluded from this section.