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

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

PROVIDERS, AS OF 6/30/2000

Alternative Modality 1

FACILITY

PROVIDER

Lowell CI (Female)

Unlimited path

Modality 1

FACILITY

PROVIDER

Apalachee East

F.A.C.T.S.

Apalachee West

F.A.C.T.S.

Gulf CI

F.A.C.T.S.

Gulf Annex

F.A.C.T.S.

Holmes CI

F.A.C.T.S.

Jackson CI

F.A.C.T.S.

Jackson Work Camp

F.A.C.T.S.

Wakulla CI

F.A.C.T.S.

Liberty CI

F.A.C.T.S.

Madison CI

Civigenics

Columbia CI

Civigenics

Lancaster Work Camp

FDC

Lawtey CI

Civigenics

Mayo CI

Civigenics

New River East

Civigenics

New River West

Civigenics

Cross City CI

Civigenics

Lowell CI-Female

FDC

Levy Forestry Camp

FDC

Hernando CI (Youthful Offender)

Bridges of America

Polk CI

Bridges of America

Polk Work Camp

Bridges of America

Hardee CI

Bridges of America

Hardee Work Camp

Bridges of America

Hollywood WRC

Spectrum

Martin WC

FDC

Hendry CI

Bridges of America

Broward CI

Bridges of America

Workload

TABLE 2A: MODALITY 1 PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA, BY FISCAL YEAR
  • During the nine-year period of this report, 16,227 inmates had enrolled in MODALITY 1.
  • Program enrollment has steadily increased for all types of enrollments (new enrollments, new inmates, different inmates, and the June 30th enrollment). Ignoring the start-up year of FY 1991-92, the respective enrollments for FY 1992-93 were 82 (new enrollment events), 81 (new inmates), 92 (different inmates), and 50 (6/30 enrollment), compared to FY 1999-00 which had respective enrollments by type of 2,939; 2,394; 2,905; and 829.
  • The nine-year average for each respective type of enrollments was 1,713; 1,459; 1,803; and 497.
TABLE 2B: FY 1999-00 MODALITY 1 PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA, BY FACILITY
  • In FY 1999-00 2,948 unique inmates participated, with 2,939 new enrollments events, and 829 inmates being enrolled in MODALITY 1 on 6/30/2000.
  • For FY 1999-00, the largest number of unique inmates enrolled for MODALITY 1 across all types of enrollments was, by far, at Lowell C.I. - Women's Unit, with each respective type of enrollment being 302, 298, 337, and 77.
  • The second largest MODALITY 1 program was at Lancaster CI with enrollments by type of 235, 159, 159, and 46 respectively.
  • The smallest MODALITY 1 program (among facilities with a minimum of 20 enrollments for all types) in FY 1999-00 was Jackson Work Camp with respective enrollment types of 28, 26, 26, and 20.

OUTCOMES

TABLE 2C: MODALITY 1 PROGRAM OUTCOMES BY FISCAL YEAR, BY INMATE
  • Based on a 3-year follow-up after initial program entry, for the six-year period reported the 6,414 program exits included 3,147 (49.1%) which were successful, 1,175 (18.3%) unsuccessful, and 2,092 (32.6%) administrative.
  • The MODALITY 1 SUCCESS RATE for the last fiscal year reported (FY 1996-97) was relatively high at 66.2%.
  • The overall trend in SUCCESS RATE has shown a steady decline from the 80.3% in FY 1993-94 (the first year that had a sufficient number of exits for comparison purposes).
  • The average SUCCESS RATE over the six years reported was 72.8%.

TABLE 2D: FY 1999-00 MODALITY 1 EXIT DATA (EVENT-BASED), BY FACILITY
  • The overall SUCCESS RATE across facilities for FY 1999-00 was 63.0%.
  • Over 40% (42.3%) of the outcome events in this fiscal year were administrative.
  • In FY 1999-00, for MODALITY 1 programs (that had a minimum of 25 total exits), the facility with the highest SUCCESS RATE (based on enrollment events) was Hardee W.C. at 100%.
  • Conversely, using the same criteria, the facility that had the lowest SUCCESS RATE was Apalachee-West Unit at 28.0%.

RECOMMITMENT RATES

TABLE 2E: FY 1997-98 (2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) MODALITY 1 RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 2-year follow-up on participants released in FY 1997-98, the percent of program completers that have recommitted is 34.8%, while 37.0% for program non-completers, and 35.8% for all program exits.
  • For the total recommitments, across all exit types (for all exits, completers, and non-completers) the largest number returned in the "Admission to Prison, New Offense" category.
  • A large majority (355 out of 451) of the recommitments were to prison, as opposed to community supervision (96 out of 451).
  • Also, a large majority of the recommitments were for new offenses (276), compared to 175 for technical violations.
TABLE 2F: FY 1996-97 (3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) MODALITY 1 RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 3-year follow-up on participants released in FY 1996-97, the percent of program completers that have been recommitted is 44.1%, while 50.4% for program non-completers, and 47.2% for all program exits.
  • As expected, just like in the 2-year follow-up group discussed above, the majority of recommitments types were for "Admission/Return to Prison" and for a "New Offense".
TABLE 2G: FY 1995-96 (4-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) MODALITY 1 RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 4-year follow-up on participants released in FY 1995-96, the percent of program completers that have recommitted is 52.8%, while 51.0% for program non-completers, and 51.9% for all program exits.
  • Again, the majority of recommitments types for this group were for "Admission/Return to Prison" and for a "New Offense".

TABLE 2H: FY 1994-95 (5-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) MODALITY 1 RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 5-year follow-up on participants released in FY 1994-95, the percent of program completers that have recommitted is 57.1%, while 61.8% for program non-completers, and 59.8% for all program exits.
  • For this group, the trend continues with the majority of recommitments being for "Admission/Return to Prison" and for a "New Offense".

TABLE 2I: FY 1993-94 (6-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) MODALITY 1 RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 6-year follow-up on participants released in FY 1993-94, the percent of program completers that have recommitted is 51.4%, while 75.6% for program non-completers, and 64.5% for all program exits.
  • The table for this group also indicates that the majority of recommitments types for this group were for "Admission/Return to Prison" and for "New Offense".
  • Note that the number of inmates that can be followed for a five-year and six-year periods is limited since the programs were not as large in their early years.

In summarizing the recommitment data, except for the FY 1995-96 releases (where the recommitment rate for program completers and program non-completers was nearly the same at 52.8% versus 51.0% respectively), the recommitment rate for program completers has consistently been much lower than for program non-completers.