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Rick Scott, Governor
Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Table 2E: FY 2002-032 (2-Year Follow-up), Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation

Category of Recommitment Type

All Program
Exits*
(N=2,235)

Program
Completers**
(N=1,358)

Program
Non-Completers***
(N=877)

Recommitments

Recommitments

Recommitments

 Number  Percent  Number  Percent  Number  Percent
1. Admission to Prison, New Offense 320 14.3% 202 14.9% 118 13.5%

2. Return to Prison, Technical Violation

276 12.3% 161 11.9% 115 13.1%

3. Admission to Supervision, New Offense

115 5.1% 66 4.9% 49 5.6%
4. Return to Supervision, Technical Violation 14 0.6% 11 0.8% 3 0.3%
Total Recommitments 725 32.4% 440 32.4% 285 32.5%
Reason for Admission or Return
5. Admission to Prison or Community Supervision, for New Offense (1 & 3 Combined) 435 19.5% 268 19.7% 167 19.0%
6. Return to Prison or Community Supervision, for Technical Violation (2 & 4 Combined) 290 13.0% 172 12.7% 118 13.5%
Where Admitted/Returned, for Either Reason
7. Admission/Return to Prison, for New Offense or Technical Violation (1 & 2 Combined) 596 26.7% 363 26.7% 233 26.6%
8. Admission/Return to Community Supervision, for New Offense or Technical Violation (3 & 4 Combined) 129 5.8% 77 5.7% 52 5.9%

* ‘All Program Exits’ = Successful Exits + Unsuccessful Exits + Administrative Exits
** ‘Program Completers’ = Successful Exits
*** ‘Program Non-Completers’ = Unsuccessful Exits + Administrative Exits
2Based on year released from prison. Program completion occurred sometime during the incarceration period.