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, 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 twentytwo (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, 2007||$33.60|