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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Table 21: Prior Commitments by Supervision Category (Active & Active-Suspense) – March 2009

Prior Supervision Commitments Probation* Community Control** Post-Prison Release***
None 86,390 64.9% 4,711 45.2% 2,143 39.5%
One 25,514 19.2% 2,961 28.4% 1,440 26.5%
Two 10,980 8.2% 1,386 13.3% 886 16.3%
Three 5,282 4.0% 681 6.5% 515 9.5%
Four 2,547 1.9% 354 3.4% 229 4.2%
Five or More 2,424 1.8% 329 3.2% 211 3.9%
Prior State Prison Commitments
None 115,904 87.1% 8,565 82.2% 2,556 47.1%
One 10,967 8.2% 1,182 11.3% 1,200 22.1%
Two 3,340 2.5% 373 3.6% 729 13.4%
Three 1,451 1.1% 149 1.4% 455 8.4%
Four 744 0.6% 78 0.7% 274 5.1%
Five or More 731 0.5% 75 0.7% 210 3.9%
Unknown Supervision Type = 1
A commitment is a sentencing event that results in an offender being remanded to the Department of Corrections.
* Includes Felony, Misdemeanor, Drug, Administrative and Sex Offender Probation.
**Includes Community Control and Community Control-Sex Offender.
***Includes Parole, Control Release, Administrative Control Release, Provisional Release, Supervised Community Release, Conditional Pardons, Conditional Release, Conditional Medical Release and Program Supervision.