|Trends in Prison
Admissions and Populations
Florida Department of Corrections
Bureau of Research and Data Analysis
Inmate Information and Analysis Section
The purpose of this report is to compare the estimated prison admission and population numbers from the Criminal Justice Estimating Conference (CJEC) to the actual prison admission and population numbers. Types of admissions and offenders admitted under special sentencing provisions are also described. The CJEC estimations for the period January-December are from the conference held on December 17, 2015 (EDR).
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The Criminal Justice Estimating Conference (CJEC) admissions estimate for March 2016 underestimated the actual number of inmates admitted by 36 inmates. The percent difference between the CJEC estimated admissions and actual admissions was 1.36%.
Using the average daily population, the modified CJEC population estimate for March 2016 overestimated the actual number of inmates in the population by 245 inmates. The percent difference between the CJEC estimated population and the actual average daily population was 0.25%.
Using the maximum daily population, the modified CJEC population estimate for March 2016 overestimated the actual number of inmates in the population by 79 inmates. The percent difference between the CJEC estimated population and the actual maximum daily population was 0.08%.
Using the end-of-month population, the modified CJEC population estimate for March 2016 overestimated the actual number of inmates in the population by 209 inmates. The percent difference between the CJEC estimated population and the actual end of month population was 0.21%.
|Type of Admission||Jan 16||Feb 16||Mar 16||Apr 16||May 16||Jun 16||Jul 16||Aug 16||Sep 16||Oct 16||Nov 16||Dec 16||Total|
Violators of Control Release with New Sentences
Violators of Conditional Release with New Sentences
Violators of Control Release without New Sentences
Violators of Conditional Release without New Sentences
|Type of Special Sentencing Provision1,2||Jan 16||Feb 16||Mar 16||Apr 16||May 16||Jun 16||Jul 16||Aug 16||Sep 16||Oct 16||Nov 16||Dec 16||Total|
|Violent Habitual Offenders||19||26||23||68|
|Violent Career Criminals||1||2||3||6|
|Three Time Violent Felony Offenders||0||0||0||0|
|Dangerous Sexual Felony Offender||0||0||2||2|
|Total End of Month Inmate Population||Total Population||Males||Females||HIV Positive Inmates||Inmates 50 Years of Age and Older||Youthful Offenders*||Sentenced Under 85% Law+|
|January 2016||98,937||92,173 (93.2%)||6,764 (6.8%)||2,843 (2.9%)||22,155 (22.4%)||2,194 (2.2%)||90,127 (91.1%)|
|February 2016||98,910||92,128 (93.1%)||6,782 (6.9%)||2,839 (2.9%)||22,215 (22.5%)||2,176 (2.2%)||90,071 (91.1%)|
|2,856 (2.9%)||22,300 (22.6%)||1,874 (1.9%)||90,091 (91.1%)|
* Section 958.04, F.S., authorizes the court to sentence as a youthful offender any person:
Section 958.11(4), F.S., authorizes the Department to classify as a youthful offender any person:
In addition to the above, section 958.11(6), F.S., authorizes the Department to assign inmates 19 or younger (except capital or life felons) to youthful offender facilities if the Department determines that the inmate’s mental or physical vulnerability would substantially or materially jeopardize his or her safety in a non-youthful offender facility. Section 944.1905(5)(a), F.S, mandates that the Department assign any inmate under 18 not meeting the provisions of chapter 958 to a youthful offender facility. Such inmates are assigned to youthful offender facilities until at least age 18, but may remain assigned until age 21 if the Department determines that continued assignment is in the best interests of the inmate and the assignment does not pose an unreasonable risk to other inmates in the facility.
+ This number represents those inmates which have every component of their sentence covered by the mandatory 85% minimum sentence served law.