Jail Incarceration Programs are prison diversion programs in which non-violent offenders serve up to twenty-two (22) months in a county jail as a condition of supervision, in lieu of a state prison sentence. Programs may include work release, drug treatment, work squads, or other self-improvement programs as directed by the Sheriff's office. This program is designed to serve as a final disposition to any case whose presumptive prison sentence may have been twelve (12) to twenty-two (22) months in prison. If the above criterion is met, this program can also be used for nonsecure drug treatment, PRC, or secure drug treatment failures.
|Facility||Start Date||Facility Capacity|
|Dixie County Jail||December, 1994||20|
|Hamilton County Jail||October, 1994||24|
|Jackson County Jail||November, 1994||36|
|Madison County Jail||October, 1994||24|
|Wakulla County Jail||August, 1994||50|
|Average Per Diem on June 30, 2004||$32.00|