|Florida County Detention Facilities'
Average Inmate Population
Inmate Profile Summary
This report is mandated by F.S. 951.23 and provides a monthly profile of Florida's detention facility inmate populations. Monthly Average Daily Population (ADP) figures include male, female, adult, and juvenile inmates.
These population figures are arranged into felony, misdemeanor, and "other" subcategories in Table 1. "Other" includes the number of parole violators, state inmates, undocumented aliens, holdings for other jurisdictions, and individuals detained under the Baker (mental health) and Marchman(alcoholism) Acts. Within felony and misdemeanor subcategories, the number of inmates sentenced, held for trial or sentencing, and those detained or sentenced for violation of probation are listed.
Table 2 features the Average Daily Population and incarceration rate in each county.
Table 3 lists the number and percent of felony and misdemeanor pretrial inmates at each detention facility.
The Jail Population Summary (Table 4) lists detention center totals for the year to date.
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On average, there were 54,123● inmates in Florida's county detention facilities during the month of May 2013. In comparison, in May 2012, there were 55,712 inmates incarcerated by county facilities in Florida. This is a 2.9% decrease from last year.
The following provides an analysis of the inmate population for May 2013:
May 2013 Jail Population Recap
In May 2013, the statewide county detention incarceration rate was 2.8 per 1,000 county residents based on the population estimates for April 1, 2012. The county population estimates are provided by the University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research via the website of the Florida Legislature’s Office of Economic and Demographic Research, November, 2009. Incarceration rates ranged from a low of 1.5 in Flagler County, to a high of 14.3 in Baker County . (No counties are excluded, see notes)
During the month of May 2013, 31,014 of the inmates housed in county detention facilities were classified as pretrial or “awaiting trial.” Of these, 27,042 offenders (87.2%) were awaiting trial for felony offenses while 3,972 (12.8%) were detained for misdemeanor violations. Of the 64 counties reporting, 54.2% of these facilities had over half of their inmates awaiting trial. (some counties are excluded, see notes)
The following counties did not report the appropriate breakdown information of their populations; therefore they are not represented in some of the statistics. For these facilities only, the monthly average daily population is provided:
Holmes, Jefferson, Palm Beach
The above is annotated by the following symbols:
● All counties included.
* The counties mentioned in the notes are excluded.