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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Table 2I: FY 1993-94 (6-Year Follow-Up), Modality 1 Recommitment Data, By Level of Participation

 

ALL PROGRAM EXITS*
(N=76)

PROGRAM COMPLETERS**
(N=35)

PROGRAM NON-COMPLETERS***
(N=41)

Recommitments

Recommitments

Recommitments

Category of Recommitment Type

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

Number

Percent

1. Admission to Prison, New Offense

21

27.6%

6

17.1%

15

36.6%

2. Return to Prison, Technical Violation

22

28.9%

9

25.7%

13

31.7%

3. Admission to Supervision, New Offense

6

7.9%

3

8.6%

3

7.3%

4. Return to Supervision, Technical Violation

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

TOTAL RECOMMITMENTS

49

64.5%

18

51.4%

31

75.6%

REASON FOR ADMISSION OR RETURN
5.  Admission to Prison or Community Supervision, For New Offense (1 & 3 Combined)

27

35.5%

9

25.7%

18

43.9%

6.  Return to Prison or Community Supervision, For Technical Violation (2 & 4 Combined)

22

28.9%

9

25.7%

13

31.7%

WHERE ADMITTED/RETURNED, FOR EITHER REASON
7.  Admission/Return to Prison, For New Offense or Technical Violation (1 & 2 Combined)

43

56.6%

15

42.9%

28

68.3%

8.  Admission/Return to Community Supervision, for New Offense or Technical Violation (3 & 4 Combined)

6

7.9%

3

8.6%

3

7.3%

* ALL PROGRAM EXITS = Successful Exits + Unsuccessful Exits + Administrative Exits
** PROGRAM COMPLETERS = Successful Exits;
*** PROGRAM NON-COMPLETERS = Unsuccessful Exits + Administrative Exits
Note: Since the sample sizes in this table are so small, caution should be used in interpreting or making claims based on this data.