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

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Executive Summary TIER1 Substance Abuse Program Services Providers, ss of 6/30/2000

TIER1

FACILITY PROVIDER
INDIAN RIVER CI FDC
LOWELL CI (FEMALE) FDC
LOWELL CI BOOT CAMP
(YOUTHFUL OFFENDER)
FDC

Workload

TABLE 1A: TIER1 PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA, BY FISCAL YEAR
  • During the nine-year period of this report, 30,611 inmates had enrolled in TIER1.
  • From 1991 compared to last year, program enrollment has decreased for all types of enrollments (new enrollments, new inmates, different inmates, and the June 30th enrollment). The respective enrollments for FY 1991-92 were 5,499 (new enrollment events), 5,258 (new inmates), 5,896 (different inmates), and 577 (6/30 enrollment), compared to FY 1999-00 which had respective enrollments by type of 1,116; 985; 1,291; and 65.
  • The nine-year average for each respective type of enrollments was 3,137; 2,941; 3,401; and 432.

TABLE 1B: FY 1999-00 TIER1 PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA, BY FACILITY
  • In FY 1999-00 1,300 inmates participated with 1,116 new enrollments events, and 65 inmates being enrolled in TIER1 on 6/30/2000.
  • For FY 1999-00, the largest number of unique inmates enrolled for TIER1 across all types of enrollments was, by far, at Lancaster C.I., with each respective type of enrollment being 399, 351, 391, and 45.
  • The second largest TIER1 program was at Indian River CI with enrollments by type of 239, 233, 234, and 1 respectively.
  • Introductory TIER1 programs are being phased out of facilities, leading to the lower enrollment totals on 6/30/2000.

OUTCOMES

TABLE 1C: TIER1 PROGRAM OUTCOMES BY FISCAL YEAR, BY INMATE
  • For the nine-year period reported, the 25,413 program exits included 19,121 (75.2%) which were successful, 1,886 (7.4%) unsuccessful, and 4,406 (17.4%) administrative.
  • The TIER1 SUCCESS RATE for the last fiscal year reported (FY 1999-00) was relatively high at 93.9%.
  • The overall trend has shown a relatively stable SUCCESS RATE, ranging from a low in FY 1996-97 (86.8%) to a high in FY 1991-92 (94.3%).
  • The proportion of inmates with an administrative exit has ranged from a low of 14.3% in FY 1996-97 to a high of 22.8% in FY 1993-94.
  • The average SUCCESS RATE over the nine years reported was 91.0%.

TABLE 1D: FY 1999-00 TIER1 EXIT DATA (EVENT-BASED), BY FACILITY
  • The overall SUCCESS RATE across facilities for FY 1999-00 was 91.8%.
  • Over one-fourth (25.8%) of the outcome events in this fiscal year were administrative.
  • In FY 1999-00, for TIER1 programs (that had a minimum of 25 total exits), four facilities had a SUCCESS RATE of 100.0%--Calhoun CI, Calhoun Work Camp, Lowell CI-Women's Boot Camp, and Okaloosa Work Camp.
  • Conversely, using the same criteria, the facility that had the lowest SUCCESS RATE was Lowell CI-Women's Unit (74.6%).