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Table 2: County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and Incarceration Rates Per 1,000 County Population for May 2009*

Florida County County Population Average Daily Population (ADP) Date
Reported
Incarceration Rate County Share of State ADP
Alachua 252,388 943   3.7 1.58%
Baker 25,890 104   4.0 0.17%
Bay 169,307 751   4.4 1.26%
Bradford 29,059 118   4.1 0.20%
Brevard 556,213 1,293   2.3 2.16%
Broward 1,758,494 4,979   2.8 8.33%
Calhoun 14,310 41   2.9 0.07%
Charlotte 165,781 440   2.7 0.74%
Citrus 142,043 575   4.0 0.96%
Clay 185,168 427   2.3 0.71%
Collier 332,854 1,035   3.1 1.73%
Columbia 66,121 250   3.8 0.42%
DeSoto 34,487 198   5.7 0.33%
Dixie 15,963 83 03/2009 5.2 0.14%
Duval 904,971 3,776   4.2 6.32%
Escambia 313,480 1,639   5.2 2.74%
Flagler 95,512 141   1.5 0.24%
Franklin 12,331 96 01/2009 7.8 0.16%
Gadsden 50,611 188 04/2009 3.7 0.31%
Gilchrist 17,256 34   2.0 0.06%
Glades 11,323 39   3.4 0.07%
Gulf 16,923 52   3.1 0.09%
Hamilton 14,779 64   4.3 0.11%
Hardee 27,909 84   3.0 0.14%
Hendry 41,216 246   6.0 0.41%
Hernando 164,907 791   4.8 1.32%
Highlands 100,207 403   4.0 0.67%
Hillsborough 1,200,541 3,295   2.7 5.52%
Holmes 19,757 55   2.8 0.09%
Indian River 141,667 510   3.6 0.85%
Jackson 52,639 226   4.3 0.38%
Jefferson 14,553 61   4.2 0.10%
Lafayette 8,287 27   3.3 0.05%
Lake 288,379 1,243   4.3 2.08%
Lee 623,725 1,862   3.0 3.12%
Leon 274,892 980   3.6 1.64%
Levy 40,817 171   4.2 0.29%
Liberty 8,158 61 04/2009 7.5 0.10%
Madison 20,152 63   3.1 0.11%
Manatee 317,699 1,139   3.6 1.91%
Marion 329,418 1,636   5.0 2.74%
Martin 143,868 587   4.1 0.98%
Miami-Dade 2,477,289 5,951   2.4 9.96%
Monroe 76,081 519   6.8 0.87%
Nassau 71,915 239   3.3 0.40%
Okaloosa 197,597 525   2.7 0.88%
Okeechobee 40,003 248   6.2 0.42%
Orange 1,114,979 3,838   3.4 6.42%
Osceola 273,709 1,199   4.4 2.01%
Palm Beach 1,294,654 2,719   2.1 4.55%
Pasco 438,668 1,281   2.9 2.14%
Pinellas 938,461 3,197   3.4 5.35%
Polk 585,733 2,269   3.9 3.80%
Putnam 74,989 321   4.3 0.54%
St. Johns 181,180 496   2.7 0.83%
St. Lucie 276,585 1,414   5.1 2.37%
Santa Rosa 144,136 442   3.1 0.74%
Sarasota 393,608 942   2.4 1.58%
Seminole 426,413 1,016   2.4 1.70%
Sumter 93,034 244   2.6 0.41%
Suwannee 40,927 164   4.0 0.27%
Taylor 23,199 116   5.0 0.19%
Union 15,974 16   1.0 0.03%
Volusia 510,750 1,352   2.6 2.26%
Wakulla 30,717 221   7.2 0.37%
Walton 57,784 177   3.1 0.30%
Washington 24,779 128   5.2 0.21%
Total 18,807,219 59,740   3.2 100.00%

Note: County population figures are estimates of the April 1, 2008 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.

*If May's jail population for a facility was unavailable at the time this report was published, then population numbers from another month are used in the place of the missing data. The date for these numbers is given.


Incarceration Rates per 1,000 Population
May 2009
0.0 TO 0.9
(0 = 0.0%)
 
1.0 TO 1.9
(3 = 4.5%)

Flagler, Gilchrist, Union

2.0 TO 2.9
(17 = 25.4%)

Brevard, Broward, Calhoun, Charlotte, Clay, Miami-Dade, Hillsborough, Holmes, Lee, Okaloosa, Palm Beach, Pasco, St. Johns, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia

3.0 TO 3.9
(18 = 26.9%)

Alachua, Collier, Columbia, Gadsden, Glades, Gulf, Hardee, Indian River, Lafayette, Leon, Madison, Manatee, Nassau, Orange, Pinellas, Polk, Santa Rosa, Walton

4.0 TO 4.9
(17 = 25.4%)

Baker, Bay, Bradford, Citrus, Duval, Hamilton, Hernando, Highlands, Jackson, Jefferson, Lake, Levy, Marion, Martin, Osceola, Putnam, Suwannee

5.0 AND OVER
(12 = 17.9%)
DeSoto, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Hendry, Liberty, Monroe, Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Taylor, 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.