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3 Table of Contents Introduction Introduction Statement... i-ii Glossary of Terms... iii-v Demographic Highlights On Hand...1 Receives...2 Releases...3 Parole Supervision Community Supervision On Hand (Population on August 31, 2012) TDCJ On Hand Age by Gender and Race by Gender...8 Offense of Record County of Conviction G Offense vs. Non 3G offense and Receive Type...16 Sentence Length, Approval Status and Eligibility...17 Receives and Admissions Total Receives and Admissions Type of Receives and Admissions...18 Monthly Receives and Admissions...19 Age by Gender and Race by Gender...20 Offense of Record...21 County of Conviction Prison and State Jail Receives by Sentence Length...25 New Receives Offense of Record County of Conviction...29 Sentence Length...30

4 Parole Revocations (Includes Discretionary Mandatory Supervision [DMS] and Mandatory Supervision [MS] Offense of Record...31 County of Conviction...32 Sentence Length...33 Releases and Departures Total Releases and Departures Type of Releases and Departures...34 Monthly Releases...35 Age by Gender and Race by Gender...36 Offense of Record...37 County of Conviction Total Prison and State Jail Releases by Sentence Length...41 Time Served...42 Prison and State Jail Releases by Percent of Sentence Served...43 Discharges Offense of Record...44 County of Conviction...45 Sentence Length...46 Releases to Community Supervision Offense of Record...47 County of Conviction...48 Sentence Length...49 Releases to Parole Supervision (Includes DMS & MS) Offense of Record...50 County of Conviction...51 Sentence Length...52

5 Introduction The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) provides demographic information for a total of 671,886 cases under supervision on August 31, 2012, as well as those received and released throughout the fiscal year. An offender may have multiple types of supervision and be counted in more than one of the categories provided. The report includes information for both the incarcerated offender population and the adult offender population that is supervised in the community. The Demographic Highlights section offers a summary of the characteristics of the incarcerated population that was on hand as of August 31, 2012 and offenders who were received and released during the fiscal year. The characteristics include gender, average age, race, offense, custody, sentence length, and educational achievement measures. This section also includes characteristics of offenders who were supervised by the Parole and Community Justice Assistance Divisions. In addition to demographics, information offered for the community-supervised population includes supervision status and employment. The On Hand section of the report provides an in-depth look at the incarcerated population on August 31, In addition to comprehensive demographics, this section focuses on the offense, sentence length, and release eligibility of the offenders. Detailed information is provided for the prison, state jail, and SAFP populations. The Receives and Admissions section includes demographics of offenders who were received by the TDCJ during the fiscal year. Offenders who are received are categorized as New Receives, Parole and Mandatory Supervision Revocations and Community Supervision Direct Sentences or Modifications. New receives are offenders who are admitted to the TDCJ who are not under the supervision of the Parole Division. This category also includes offenders who are under the supervision of local Community Supervision and Corrections Departments who have not served in the TDCJ for that offense. Parole revocations include offenders who were revoked from parole, mandatory supervision, and discretionary mandatory supervision. Community Supervision modifications include those offenders under the supervision of local Community Supervision and Corrections Departments who are being incarcerated due to unsuccessfully completing the terms of their supervision after being released from the TDCJ on that offense. In addition to demographics, this section also includes offense of record, county of conviction, and sentence information. As a separate category, admissions to the TDCJ include offenders who returned from bench warrant from prior fiscal years and transfers from other TDCJ divisions. The Releases and Departures section provides demographics of offenders who were released from TDCJ custody during the fiscal year. Offenders who were released are categorized as Discharges, Releases to Community Supervision, and Releases to Parole Supervision. Discharges are offenders who are released from the TDCJ either by full expiration of their sentence or by court order. Releases to Community Supervision are offenders who are released to be supervised by local Community Supervisions and Corrections Departments. Releases to Parole Supervision include releases to parole, mandatory supervision, and discretionary mandatory supervision. These types of releases Prepared by Executive Services Page i

6 are under the jurisdiction of the Parole Division. As a separate category, departures from the TDCJ include deaths, executions, transfers between TDCJ divisions, and bench warrant releases that did not return during the fiscal year. Statistical tables listing categories by county of conviction have (i.e., On Hand, Total Receives and Releases by county) highlighted in bold the 30 counties with the highest population in the state. Pursuant to the Legislative Budget Board's request, offense categorizations were changed in Fiscal Year 2012, to more accurately group offense types. An offense is classified as a drug offense if federally designated as a drug offense (NCIC codes begin in 35); as a property offense if federally designated as property (NCIC code begin in 36-42, 48-63, or 70-73); or as an other offense if federally designated as other (NCIC code begin 14, 36, or higher that 36) unless the offense is designated as violent. An offense is classified as violent if federally designated as violent (NCIC codes beginning in 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, or 16); statutorily designated as violent (Section 3g(a)(2), Article 42.12, Code of Criminal Procedure); the offender directly caused or threatened to cause serious bodily harm or death to another individual unless the act was an accident; the offender forced another party to act in an involuntary manner by use of threats or intimidation or some other form of pressure or force; or the offender traffics another person with the intent that the trafficked person will engage in forced labor or services. Additional statistical information can be obtained by contacting Executive Services at or by at Prepared by Executive Services Page ii

7 Glossary of Terms "3G Offense The offenses listed in Article 42.12, Section 3G of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. Examples of 3G offenses are murder, capital murder, indecency with a child, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault, aggravated robbery, use of a child in the commission of certain drug offenses under the Health & Safety Code, committing certain drug offenses within a drug-free zone (if it is shown that the defendant has been previously convicted of certain drug offenses for which punishment was enhanced pursuant to the Health & Safety Code), sexual assault, use of a deadly weapon, and any offense with an affirmative weapon finding. Administrative Segregation A non-punitive, maximum custody status involving separation of an offender from the general population within the prison institution for the purpose of maintaining safety, security, and order among general population offenders, correctional personnel, and the public. Admissions Bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency. Community Supervision Placement of an offender under supervision for a specified length of time, as ordered by a court, with court-imposed rules and conditions. Community supervision (formerly called adult probation) may be ordered for misdemeanor or felony offenses and is generally imposed in lieu of a jail or prison sentence. County of Conviction The county that correlates with the offense of record. Departures Deaths, transfers among the agency, and bench warrant releases that did not return during the fiscal year. Direct Supervision Offenders who are legally on community supervision and who work or reside in the jurisdiction in which they are being supervised and receive a minimum of one face-to-face contact with a Community Supervision Officer (CSO) every three months. Direct supervision begins at the time of initial face-to-face contact with an eligible CSO. Discharge Releases Prison offenders who are released from TDCJ either by full expiration of their sentence or by court order. Discretionary Mandatory Supervision (DMS) A type of release from prison provided by law for restricted categories of offenders. Offenders with offenses committed on or after September 1, 1996 who are released from prison under Mandatory Supervision contingent upon approval by a Board of Pardons and Paroles panel vote (see Mandatory Supervision). G/J1 3 and OT Offenders in these custodies have a good disciplinary history; have served a specified portion of their sentence (varies by custody level); and do not have any security precaution designators. Some levels within these custodies (G1/J1/OT) do not allow current or prior convictions, to include intentional homicide and sexual offenses, or any pattern of freeworld violence. In FY2012, offenders in programs that require G1-G2 or OT custody prior to enrollment are included in this category. Prepared by Executive Services Page iii

8 G/J4 Offenders in this custody have two or more non-assaultive disciplinary convictions resulting in major penalties within the past six month; one disciplinary conviction resulting in a major penalty for offender or staff assault without a weapon within the past 12 months; Line Class II or III time-earning status (prison offenders only) if the offender is not assaultive or aggressive in nature; or placement of a security precaution designator for escape (ES), staff assault (SA), or hostage (HS). G/J5 Offenders in this custody have one or more disciplinary convictions for an assault with a weapon on staff or offenders within the past 24 months; two or more disciplinary convictions resulting in a major penalty for offender or staff assault without a weapon within the past 12 months; one or more disciplinary convictions resulting in major penalties for extortion or sexual abuse with the past 24 months; primarily Line Class I, II, or III timeearning status (prison offenders only) if the offender is assaultive or aggressive in nature; or escape from a TDCJ secure adult correctional facility within the past five years. Halfway House A residential facility with focus on reintegration of offenders back into the community after a period of incarceration. Indirect Supervision Level of community supervision that requires the offender to report in person but does not require face-to-face contact. Intelligence Quotient Score (IQ) The individual s score obtained from a groupadministered IQ test. For treatment purposes, additional tests are used to identify mentally impaired offenders. Intermediate Sanction Facilities (ISF) A fully-secured facility used for short-term incarceration of offenders who violate the conditions of their community supervision, parole, or mandatory supervision. ISFs are utilized by CSCDs for community supervision offenders and by the Parole Division (PD) for parolees and mandatory supervision offenders. Incarceration is generally 60 to 90 days and may include substance abuse treatment. Mandatory Supervision (MS) A type of release from prison provided by law for restricted categories of offenders. Eligible offenders are released on MS when their calendar time served added to their good time credit equals the length of their prison sentence. Under the law in effect until August 31, 1996, release to mandatory supervision was automatic for most offenders, with no requirement of release approval from the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Offenders who committed their offense after August 31, 1996 must receive approval from the Board of Pardons and Parole. New Receives Offenders admitted to a TDCJ facility for the first time on an offense, or are repeat offenders who were not under parole or mandatory supervision at the time of their new conviction. Offense of Record The offense for which an offender is incarcerated. If an offender is incarcerated for multiple offenses, the offense of record is the offense that requires the offender to be incarcerated for the longest period of time. Parole The conditional release of an offender from prison, by a Board of Pardons and Paroles decision, to serve the remainder of his or her sentence under supervision in the community. Prepared by Executive Services Page iv

9 Parole-in-Absentia (PIA) Offenders released to parole or mandatory supervision from either county jails, out of state facilities, or in federal penal institutions. Parole Revocations Offenders returned to TDCJ after their parole has been revoked due to a new offense or for technical reasons. - New Offense Violation of supervision by the conviction of or pending charges of felony or misdemeanor offenses and possible technical violations. - Technical Violation of one or more conditions of release, not including commission of a new offense. Prison Offenders Offenders with capital, first, second, or third degree felony convictions. Receives Offenders arriving at TDCJ during the fiscal year as a new offender or due to a revocation. Releases Offenders leaving TDCJ due to the discharge of their sentence or to another form of supervision. Releases to Parole Supervision Includes releases via parole, discretionary mandatory supervision, and mandatory supervision. Safekeeping Offenders who require separate housing for reasons that include, but are not limited to, vulnerability, threats to their safety, and potential for victimization. State Jail Offenders Offenders convicted of state jail felony offenses. An individual adjudged guilty of a state jail felony offense may be confined in a state jail facility for a term of no more than two years or less than 30 days. There is no parole or mandatory supervision release from state jail; however, a judge can grant early release for diligent participation in offender programs. Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility (SAFPF or SAFP) Offenders Offenders who are sentenced by a judge as a condition of community supervision or sent by the Board of Pardons and Paroles as a modification of parole supervision to an intensive six-month therapeutic community program (nine-month program for offenders with special needs). Prepared by Executive Services Page v

10 Demographic Highlights August 31, 2012 TDCJ On Hand Prison State Jail SAFP 1 Total On Hand Total 137,095 11,729 3, ,303 Gender Male 128,574 9,125 2, ,310 Female 8,521 2, ,993 Black 49,238 4, ,313 Race White 41,391 4,243 1,640 47,274 Hispanic 45,772 3, ,940 Other and Unknown Race Average Age (Years) Violent Offense 83, ,177 Offense Property Offense 17,613 6, ,485 Drug Offense 20,313 3,893 1,260 25,466 Other Offense 15,884 1, ,175 Average IQ Average Educational Achievement Score Administrative Segregation (1A 6A/SR) 8, N/A 8,238 Safekeeping (P1 5) 1,912 2 N/A 1,914 Custody G/J4 10, N/A 10,711 G/J1 3 and OT 2 107,208 10,217 N/A 117,425 G/J5 3, N/A 3,373 Other Custody 6, ,479 10,642 Average Sentence Length (Years) N/A Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. 2 In FY2012, offenders in programs that require G1-G2 or OT custody prior to enrollment are included in this category. 3 Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length. Sentences > 60 years including Life sentences are calculated as 60 years for the purpose of calculating an average sentence length. Death row and Life Without Parole offenders are not included. Prepared by Executive Services Page 1

11 Demographic Highlights FY2012 TDCJ Receives Prison State Jail SAFP 4 Total Receives 5 Total 44,608 23,226 6,398 74,232 Gender Male 40,081 17,985 4,921 62,987 Female 4,527 5,241 1,477 11,245 Black 14,112 8,621 1,562 24,295 Race White 13,633 7,977 2,917 24,527 Hispanic 16,668 6,478 1,884 25,030 Other Race Average Age (Years) Violent Offense 14, ,384 16,404 Offense Property Offense 8,926 11,452 1,537 21,915 Drug Offense 11,348 8,086 2,302 21,736 Other Offense 9,639 3,363 1,175 14,177 Average IQ Average Educational Achievement Score Administrative Segregation (1A 6A/SR) N/A 765 Safekeeping (P1 5) N/A 132 Custody 6 G/J4 1, N/A 1,585 G/J1 3 and OT 7 39, N/A 61,417 G/J N/A 466 Other Custody 2, ,867 Average Sentence Length (Years) N/A Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. 5 Certain admissions are not included in the above table. Admissions are bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency. 6 If an offender's Custody was not assigned before the end of the month of the date received, the Custody as of August 31, 2012 or the Custody upon release if the offender was no longer incarcerated, was used. 7 In FY2012, offenders in programs that require G1-G2 or OT custody prior to enrollment are included in this category. 8 Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length. Sentences > 60 years including Life sentences are calculated as 60 years for the purpose of calculating an average sentence length. Prepared by Executive Services Page 2

12 Demographic Highlights FY2012 TDCJ Releases Prison State Jail SAFP 9 Total Releases 10 Total 48,330 22,784 6,202 77,316 Gender Male 43,276 17,638 4,760 65,674 Female 5,054 5,146 1,442 11,642 Black 15,856 8,576 1,541 25,973 Race White 14,544 7,585 2,821 24,950 Hispanic 17,674 6,480 1,808 25,962 Other Race Average Age (Years) Violent Offense 16, ,350 17,698 Offense Property Offense 9,945 10,933 1,472 22,350 Drug Offense 12,669 8,055 2,192 22,916 Other Offense 9,686 3,478 1,188 14,352 Average IQ Average Educational Achievement Score Earned HS Diploma / GED in TDCJ 10,341 2, ,903 Administrative Segregation (1A 6A/SR) 1,445 0 N/A 1,445 Safekeeping (P1 5) N/A 307 Custody G/J4 2,039 1,157 N/A 3,196 G/J1 3 and OT 11 41,808 20,708 N/A 62,516 G/J N/A 1,195 Other Custody 2, ,202 8,657 Average Sentence Length (Years) 13 Average Time Served (Years) N/A N/A 3.0 Percent of Sentence Served 12, % 98.5% N/A 9 Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. 10 Certain departures are not included in the above table. Departures are deaths, executions, transfers among the agency, and bench warrant releases that did not return during the fiscal year. 11 In FY2012, offenders in programs that require G1-G2 or OT custody prior to enrollment are included in this category. 12 Beginning in Fiscal Year 2003, percent of sentence served is calculated using a case based methodology. 13 Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length and time served and percent of sentence served. Sentences > 60 years including Life sentences are calculated as 60 years for the purpose of calculating an average sentence length. Death row and Life Without Parole offenders are not included. Prepared by Executive Services Page 3

13 Demographic Highlights August 31, 2012 Parole Parole DMS MS Total Parolees Under Supervision Active & Inactive Population under Supervision 86,020 20,254 7, ,374 Supervision Type Active 66,134 15,908 5,089 87,131 Active Gender Active Race Active Offense Active Age Group Active Years on Supervision Male 59,294 13,828 4,911 78,033 Female 6,840 2, ,098 Black 27,589 5,084 2,294 34,967 White 21,589 5,798 1,683 29,070 Hispanic 16,570 4,949 1,102 22,621 Asian American Indian Other Race Violent Offense 16,795 2,622 2,509 21,926 Property Offense 13,564 4,533 1,583 19,680 Drug Offense 25,787 4, ,410 Other Offense 9,988 3, , to to 25 4,242 2, , to 30 7,355 3, , to 40 16,084 4, , to 50 18,826 3,582 1,868 24, to 60 14,134 1,692 2,158 17, and Older 4, ,028 < 1 Years 11,836 5, ,721 1 Year 15,288 6, ,928 2 Years 9,551 2, ,164 3 Years 7, ,224 4 Years 5, ,894 5 Years 3, ,108 6 to 10 Years 8, ,411 9, to 15 Years 3, ,980 > 15 Years 1, ,473 Prepared by Executive Services Page 4

14 Demographic Highlights Parole Parole DMS MS Total Pre-Revocation Not in Custody 7,352 2,064 1,188 10,604 Annual Report Early Release From Supervision Inactive Status Detainer/Deported 8,121 1, ,390 Supervised Out of State 2, ,205 Death Reported In Custody (Not in TDCJ custody) Parole Residential Facility Halfway House ISF SAFP 1,784 1, Parole DMS MS Total From Prison 25,483 13, ,294 Placed on Parole Supervision From PIA From TYC 81 N/A N/A 81 From Out of State 1,480 N/A N/A 1,480 Discharge 15,249 10,233 1,115 26,597 Removals from Parole Supervision Revoke/Returned to TDCJ 4,611 1, ,747 Return ICC to Sending State 1, ,087 Sentence Reversed or Pardoned Death Prepared by Executive Services Page 5

15 Demographic Highlights Community Supervision 14 Felony Misdemeanor Total Community Supervision Population Total Supervision Population August 31, 2012 Supervision Type Direct Supervision Gender Direct Supervision Race 238, , ,209 Direct 166,054 93, ,797 Indirect 65,322 60, ,204 Pre-trial Supervision 4,758 3,170 7,928 Pre-Trial Diversion 1,998 10,282 12,280 Male 121,219 65, ,839 Female 44,835 28,123 72,958 Black 39,853 15,936 55,789 White 66,422 41, ,669 Hispanic 58,119 34,685 92,804 Other Race 1,660 1,875 3,535 Direct Supervision Average Age (Years) Direct Supervision Offense Direct Supervision Education Direct Supervision Employment Violent Offense Property Offense Drug Offense DWI/DUI Other 1st - 8th Grade 9th - 11th Grade Diploma/GED Some College Full Time Part Time Seasonal/Student Unemployed 36,532 11,249 47,781 44,834 15,937 60,771 48,156 13,124 61,280 21,587 35,622 57,209 14,945 17,811 32,756 9,963 4,687 14,650 41,514 16,874 58,388 92,990 53, ,424 21,587 18,748 40,335 96,311 59, ,307 16,605 9,374 25,979 1, ,598 51,477 23,436 74, The above population are those offenders who are sentenced to community supervision through the local and district courts (excludes municipal, state, appellate and specialty courts). Prepared by Executive Services Page 6

16 Direct Supervision Level Indirect Supervision Level Demographic Highlights FY 2012 Community Supervision Felony Misdemeanor Total Community Supervision Population Level 1 2, ,054 Level 2 42,652 17,731 60,383 Level 3 82,426 52, ,457 Level 4 35,707 23,370 59,077 Residential 2, ,826 Transfers Out of State 6, ,431 Absconders 24,627 32,851 57,478 Report by Mail 654 3,411 4,065 Incarcerated: County Jail 3, ,339 Incarcerated: TDCJ 3, ,512 Other 26,537 22,842 49,379 Demographic Highlights FY 2012 Community Supervision Placements Felony Misdemeanor Total Placements Adjudicated Community Supervision 16,680 51,841 68,521 Community Supervision Placements Deferred Adjudicated 37,326 51,661 88,987 Returned from Shock Probation Returned from State Boot Camp Total Placements FY , , ,877 Subsequent Placements in CSCD Transferred in for Supervision Deferred to Adjudicated Status ,268 18,818 38,086 1, ,761 Pre-trial Services Placements Pre-trial Supervision 7,020 5,499 12,519 Pre-trial Diversion 1,664 12,276 13,940 Prepared by Executive Services Page 7

17 TDCJ On Hand by Age and Gender 15 Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent 14 to 16 Years % 17 Years % 18 to 19 Years 1, , % 20 to 29 Years 34,730 3,247 1,080 2, , % 30 to 39 Years 37,173 2, , , % 40 to 49 Years 30,234 1, , , % 50 to 59 Years 18, , % 60 Years and Older 6, , % Total 128,574 9,125 2,611 8,521 2, , % Youngest Oldest Average TDCJ On Hand by Race and Gender 15 Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent Black 46,476 3, , , % White 37,699 3,076 1,114 3,692 1, , % Hispanic 43,755 2, , , % Other % Total 128,574 9,125 2,611 8,521 2, , % 15 The On Hand Total does not include offenders temporarily out on Bench Warrant. Prepared by Executive Services Page 8

18 TDCJ On Hand by Offense of Record Prison State Jail SAFP Total Total % Homicide 16 16, ,269 Kidnapping 1, ,327 Sexual Assault 6, ,668 Sexual Assault Against Child 12, ,829 Violent Property Drug Other Indecency with a Child 16 4, ,626 Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 22, ,415 Assault/Terroristic Threat 19, ,946 Violent Total 83, , % Arson Burglary 12,614 1, ,130 Larceny 2,360 3, ,580 Stolen Vehicle ,032 Forgery ,436 Fraud ,434 Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 17,613 6, , % Drug Delivery 9, ,186 Drug Possession 10,331 3, ,694 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 20,313 3,893 1,260 25, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI 6, ,852 Escape/Evading Arrest 1, ,093 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender 1, ,980 Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order 2, ,548 Weapons Offense 2, ,783 Other Other Total 15,884 1, , % Total 137,095 11,729 3, , % 16 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 9

19 Prison On Hand by Offense of Record Number Percentage Homicide 16, % Kidnapping 1, % Sexual Assault 6, % Sexual Assault Against Child 12, % Violent Property Drug Other Indecency with a Child 4, % Violent Sexual Offense % Robbery 22, % Assault/Terroristic Threat 19, % Violent Total 83, % Arson % Burglary 12, % Larceny 2, % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery % Fraud % Stolen/Damaged Property % Property Total 17, % Drug Delivery 9, % Drug Possession 10, % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 20, % Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI 6, % Escape/Evading Arrest 1, % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender 1, % Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order 2, % Weapons Offense 2, % Other % Other Total 15, % Total 137, % Prepared by Executive Services Page 10

20 State Jail On Hand by Offense of Record Number Percentage Homicide % Kidnapping 9 6.0% Sexual Assault 0 0.0% Sexual Assault Against Child 0 0.0% Violent Property Drug Other Indecency with a Child % Violent Sexual Offense % Robbery 0 0.0% Assault/Terroristic Threat % Violent Total % Arson 5 0.1% Burglary 1, % Larceny 3, % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery % Fraud % Stolen/Damaged Property % Property Total 6, % Drug Delivery % Drug Possession 3, % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 3, % Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI % Escape/Evading Arrest % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender % Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order % Weapons Offense % Other % Other Total 1, % Total 11, % 17 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 11

21 SAFP On Hand by Offense of Record Number Percentage Homicide % Kidnapping 7 0.9% Sexual Assault 0 0.0% Sexual Assault Against Child 0 0.0% Violent Property Drug Other Indecency with a Child 0 0.0% Violent Sexual Offense 0 0.0% Robbery % Assault/Terroristic Threat % Violent Total % Arson % Burglary % Larceny % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery % Fraud % Stolen/Damaged Property % Property Total % Drug Delivery % Drug Possession % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 1, % Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI % Escape/Evading Arrest % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender 0 0.0% Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order % Weapons Offense % Other % Other Total % Total 3, % Prepared by Executive Services Page 12

22 TDCJ On Hand by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Anderson Collingsworth Andrews Colorado Angelina Comal Aransas Comanche Archer Concho Armstrong Cooke Atascosa Coryell Austin Cottle Bailey Crane Bandera Crockett Bastrop Crosby Baylor Culberson Bee Dallam Bell 1, ,125 Dallas 15, ,228 Bexar 9, ,961 Dawson Blanco Deaf Smith Borden Delta Bosque Denton 1, ,853 Bowie Dewitt Brazoria 1, ,395 Dickens Brazos 1, ,145 Dimmit Brewster Donley Briscoe Duval Brooks Eastland Brown Ector Burleson Edwards Burnet Ellis Caldwell El Paso 2, ,208 Calhoun Erath Callahan Falls Cameron 1, ,630 Fannin Camp Fayette Carson Fisher Cass Floyd Castro Foard Chambers Fort Bend 1, ,107 Cherokee Franklin Childress Freestone Clay Frio Cochran Gaines Coke Galveston 1, ,443 Coleman Garza Collin 1, ,602 Gillespie Prepared by Executive Services Page 13

23 TDCJ On Hand by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Glasscock Kaufman Goliad Kendall Gonzales Kenedy Gray Kent Grayson 1, ,222 Kerr Gregg 1, ,318 Kimble Grimes Kinney Guadalupe Kleberg Hale Knox Hall Lamar Hamilton Lamb Hansford Lampasas Hardeman Lasalle Hardin Lavaca Harris 24,825 2, ,827 Lee Harrison Leon Hartley Liberty Haskell Limestone Hays Lipscomb Hemphill Live Oak Henderson Llano Hidalgo 2, ,155 Lubbock 2, ,320 Hill Lynn Hockley McCulloch Hood McLennan 2, ,487 Hopkins McMullen Houston Madison Howard Marion Hudspeth Martin Hunt Mason Hutchinson Matagorda Irion Maverick Jack Medina Jackson Menard Jasper Midland Jeff Davis Milam Jefferson 2, ,510 Mills Jim Hogg Mitchell Jim Wells Montague Johnson 1, ,269 Montgomery 1, ,929 Jones Moore Karnes Morris Prepared by Executive Services Page 14

24 TDCJ On Hand by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Motley Stephens Nacogdoches Sterling Navarro Stonewall Newton Sutton Nolan Swisher Nueces 2, ,218 Tarrant 9, ,829 Ochiltree Taylor 1, ,259 Oldham Terrell Orange Terry Palo Pinto Throckmorton Panola Titus Parker Tom Green ,017 Parmer Travis 4, ,830 Pecos Trinity Polk Tyler Potter 1, ,061 Upshur Presidio Upton Rains Uvalde Randall Val Verde Reagan Van Zandt Real Victoria Red River Walker Reeves Waller Refugio Ward Roberts Washington Robertson Webb Rockwall Wharton Runnels Wheeler Rusk Wichita Sabine Wilbarger San Augustine Willacy San Jacinto Williamson 1, ,461 San Patricio Wilson San Saba Winkler Schleicher Wise Scurry Wood Shackelford Yoakum Shelby Young Sherman Zapata Smith 2, ,620 Zavala Somervell Total 137,095 11,729 3, ,303 Starr Top thirty counties by census population are in bold. Prepared by Executive Services Page 15

25 Prison On Hand by 3G Offense Total % Total Violent 63,152 Property 601 3G Drug 1,964 Other 885 Total 3G 66, % Not 3G Total 70, % 137, % TDCJ On Hand by Receive Type 18 Prison State Jail SAFP Total New Receives New TDCJ Commitment 19 Community Supervision Revocation 20 Parole Revocation DMS Revocation MS Revocation Condition of Parole Condition of Probation Total 111,036 11,657 N/A 122,693 17,131 0 N/A 17, N/A 525 6,770 N/A N/A 6, N/A N/A 595 1,072 N/A N/A 1,072 N/A N/A ,169 3, ,095 11,729 3, , Prison and State Jail On Hand by Receive Type are offenders incarcerated on August 31, 2012 categorized by how they were received by the Agency. These offenders were last received during a variety of fiscal years, not just FY New commitments to TDCJ are offenders who have been convicted of additional offenses, one of which is longer than their existing sentence. These offenders would have come into TDCJ as a new receive or as a revocation. 20 For the purposes of this chart, community supervision revocations are only those offenders who were previously incarcerated in TDCJ for an offense, released to community supervision and subsequently revoked for that same offense. Revocations from community supervision where the offender was not previously incarcerated in TDCJ for the same offense are included in the new receives category. Prepared by Executive Services Page 16

26 TDCJ On Hand by Sentence Length Violent Property Drug Other Total SAFP 6 or 9 Month Program , ,479 6 Months and Less 25 1, ,412 7 to 12 Months 61 2,735 1, ,234 State Jail Prison 13 to 18 Months 34 1, , to 24 Months ,642 Total 151 6,025 3,893 1,660 11,729 2 Years 2,603 1,231 1,510 1,885 7,229 3 to 5 Years 11,124 5,085 5,125 5,839 27,173 6 to 10 Years 16,957 4,819 5,859 4,706 32, to 20 Years 18,883 2,857 4,379 2,041 28, to 30 Years 9,767 1,784 1, , to 40 Years 6, , to 59 Years 4, , Years and More 4, ,520 Life 5, ,434 Capital Life 2,080 N/A N/A N/A 2,080 Life Without Parole 485 N/A N/A N/A 485 Death 282 N/A N/A N/A 282 Total 83,285 17,613 20,313 15, ,095 Total 84,178 24,484 25,466 18, ,303 Prison On Hand by Release Eligibility Status And Offense Violent Property Drug Other Total Not Eligible for Release 21 Currently Parole Eligible Currently DMS Eligible Not Yet Eligible for Release Consideration Total 1, ,292 38,426 12,709 13,577 10,873 75,585 2,019 2,165 1,519 1,657 7,360 41,211 2,724 4,611 3,312 51,858 83,285 17,613 20,313 15, , This category includes Life Without Parole offenders, offenders serving the minimum sentence for an offense with a mandatory minimum sentence and Death Row offenders. Death Row offenders do not include those who are on bench warrant. Prepared by Executive Services Page 17

27 TDCJ Receives and Admissions by Type Category Total Receives by Incarceration Type Prison New Receives 38,439 Parole/DMS/MS Revocations 6,169 Parole 4,369 New Offense Technical 3, DMS 1,351 New Offense Technical 1, MS 449 New Offense Technical Total 44,608 State Jail New Receives 23,226 New Sentence 23,144 Upfront Time 76 Community Supervision Modification 6 Total 23,226 SAFP Parole 619 New Offense 169 Technical 450 Community Supervision 5,779 Direct Sentences 49 Modification 3,990 Original Condition 1,740 Total 6,398 Total Total TDCJ Receives 74,232 Admissions 22 1,177 Total Receives & Admissions 75,409 Percent of Receives by Incarceration Type 86.17% 13.83% % % % 9.67% 90.33% % 22 Admissions are bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency. Prepared by Executive Services Page 18

28 TDCJ FY 2012 Monthly Receives and Admissions by Type Category Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Total Prison New Receives 3,120 3,123 2,957 3,521 2,928 3,197 3,534 3,225 3,494 3,084 2,978 3,278 38,439 Parole/DMS/MS Revocations ,169 Parole New Offense ,742 Parole Technical DMS New Offense ,177 DMS Technical MS New Offense MS Technical Total 3,586 3,586 3,508 4,135 3,396 3,674 4,134 3,764 4,118 3,536 3,425 3,746 44,608 State Jail New Receives 2,026 1,952 1,866 1,849 1,626 1,866 2,126 1,757 2,105 1,880 1,966 2,207 23,226 New Sentence 2,018 1,946 1,862 1,843 1,618 1,860 2,115 1,752 2,096 1,872 1,963 2,199 23,144 Upfront Time Community Supervision Modification Total 2,026 1,952 1,866 1,849 1,626 1,866 2,126 1,757 2,105 1,880 1,966 2,207 23,226 SAFP Parole New Receives New Offense Technical Community Supervision New Receives ,779 Direct Sentences Modification ,990 Original Condition ,740 Total ,398 Total TDCJ Receives 6,118 6,083 5,865 6,543 5,472 6,084 6,820 6,057 6,870 5,928 5,903 6,489 74,232 Admissions ,177 Total TDCJ Receives and Admissions 75, Admissions are bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency. Prepared by Executive Services Page 19

29 TDCJ Total Receives by Age and Gender Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent 14 to 16 Years % 17 Years % 18 to 19 Years 1, , % 20 to 29 Years 14,784 6,544 2,002 1,545 1, , % 30 to 39 Years 10,849 4,987 1,163 1,402 1, , % 40 to 49 Years 7,522 3, ,054 1, , % 50 to 59 Years 3,919 1, , % 60 Years and Older , % Total 40,081 17,985 4,921 4,527 5,241 1,477 74, % Youngest Oldest Average TDCJ Total Receives by Race and Gender Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent Black 12,882 6,802 1,284 1,230 1, , % White 11,515 5,664 2,040 2,118 2, , % Hispanic 15,514 5,395 1,572 1,154 1, , % Other % Total 40,081 17,985 4,921 4,527 5,241 1,477 74, % Prepared by Executive Services Page 20

30 Violent Property Drug Other TDCJ Total Receives by Offense of Record Prison State Jail SAFP Total Total % Homicide 24 1, ,046 Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child 1, ,363 Indecency with a Child Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 3, ,129 Assault/Terroristic Threat 6, ,013 8,261 Violent Total 14, ,384 16, % Arson Burglary 6,150 1, ,817 Larceny 1,357 5, ,610 Stolen Vehicle ,209 Forgery 434 1, ,891 Fraud 512 1, ,723 Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 8,926 11,452 1,537 21, % Drug Delivery 3, ,269 Drug Possession 7,013 7,099 1,819 15,931 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 11,348 8,086 2,302 21, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI 4, ,677 Escape/Evading Arrest 790 1, ,203 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order 1, ,811 Weapons Offense 1, ,544 Other Other Total 9,639 3,363 1,175 14, % Total 44,608 23,226 6,398 74, % 24 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 21

31 TDCJ Total Receives by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Anderson Collingsworth Andrews Colorado Angelina Comal Aransas Comanche Archer Concho Armstrong Cooke Atascosa Coryell Austin Cottle Bailey Crane Bandera Crockett Bastrop Crosby Baylor Culberson Bee Dallam Bell ,006 Dallas 4,273 2,186 1,067 7,526 Bexar 3,252 1, ,947 Dawson Blanco Deaf Smith Bosque Delta Bowie Denton Brazoria Dewitt Brazos Dickens Brewster Dimmit Briscoe Donley Brooks Duval Brown Eastland Burleson Ector Burnet Edwards Caldwell Ellis Calhoun El Paso ,086 Callahan Erath Cameron Falls Camp Fannin Carson Fayette Cass Fisher Castro Floyd Chambers Foard Cherokee Fort Bend Childress Franklin Clay Freestone Cochran Frio Coke Gaines Coleman Galveston Collin Garza Prepared by Executive Services Page 22

32 TDCJ Total Receives by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Gillespie Kaufman Glasscock Kendall Goliad Kenedy Gonzales Kent Gray Kerr Grayson Kimble Gregg Kinney Grimes Kleberg Guadalupe Knox Hale Lamar Hall Lamb Hamilton Lampasas Hansford Lasalle Hardeman Lavaca Hardin Lee Harris 7,663 6, ,306 Leon Harrison Liberty Hartley Limestone Haskell Lipscomb Hays Live Oak Hemphill Llano Henderson Lubbock Hidalgo 1, ,079 Lynn Hill McCulloch Hockley McLennan ,062 Hood McMullen Hopkins Madison Houston Marion Howard Martin Hudspeth Mason Hunt Matagorda Hutchinson Maverick Irion Medina Jack Menard Jackson Midland Jasper Milam Jefferson ,063 Mills Jim Hogg Mitchell Jim Wells Montague Johnson Montgomery ,166 Jones Moore Karnes Morris Prepared by Executive Services Page 23

33 Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Motley Sutton Nacogdoches Swisher Navarro Tarrant 3,356 1, ,580 Newton Taylor Nolan Terrell Nueces ,454 Terry Ochiltree Throckmorton Oldham Titus Orange Tom Green Palo Pinto Travis 1, ,604 Panola Trinity Parker Tyler Parmer Upshur Pecos Upton Polk Uvalde Potter Val Verde Rains Van Zandt Randall Victoria Reagan Walker Real Waller Red River Ward Reeves Washington Refugio Webb Robertson Wharton Rockwall Wheeler Runnels Wichita Rusk Wilbarger Sabine Willacy San Augustine Williamson San Jacinto Wilson San Patricio Winkler San Saba Wise Schleicher Wood Scurry Yoakum Shackelford Young Shelby Zapata Sherman Zavala Smith Total 44,608 23,226 6,398 74,232 Somervell Top thirty counties by census population are in bold. Starr Stephens Sterling Stonewall TDCJ Total Receives by County of Conviction Prepared by Executive Services Page 24

34 Prison and State Jail Total Receives by Sentence Length Prison State Jail Total 25 6 Months and Less N/A 8,211 8,211 7 to 12 Months N/A 10,608 10, to 18 Months N/A 2,976 2, to 24 Months N/A 1,431 1,431 2 Years 10,503 N/A 10,503 3 to 5 Years 17,067 N/A 17,067 6 to 10 Years 9,714 N/A 9, to 20 Years 4,150 N/A 4, to 30 Years 1,607 N/A 1, to 40 Years 592 N/A to 59 Years 341 N/A Years and More 270 N/A 270 Life 256 N/A 256 Capital Life 9 N/A 9 Life Without Parole 94 N/A 94 Death 26 5 N/A 5 Total 44,608 23,226 67, These totals do not include 6,398 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. 26 There was one additional Death Row offender received as a parole violator for a non-capital offense who had a new commitment with a death sentence. Prepared by Executive Services Page 25

35 Violent Property Drug Other Prison and State Jail New Receives by Offense of Record Prison State Jail Total Total % Homicide Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child 1, ,320 Indecency with a Child Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 3, ,309 Assault/Terroristic Threat 6, ,852 Violent Total 13, , % Arson Burglary 4,833 1,837 6,670 Larceny 1,122 5,946 7,068 Stolen Vehicle ,030 Forgery 345 1,303 1,648 Fraud 468 1,101 1,569 Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 7,108 11,452 18, % Drug Delivery 3, ,039 Drug Possession 5,710 7,099 12,809 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 9,153 8,086 17, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI 3, ,379 Escape/Evading Arrest 712 1,311 2,023 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order 1, ,547 Weapons Offense 1, ,307 Other Other Total 8,627 3,363 11, % Total 38,439 23,226 61, % 27 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 26

36 Violent Property Drug Other Prison New Receives by Offense of Record Prison Percentage Homicide % Kidnapping % Sexual Assault % Sexual Assault Against Child 1, % Indecency with a Child % Violent Sexual Offense % Robbery 3, % Assault/Terroristic Threat 6, % Violent Total 13,551 Arson % Burglary 4, % Larceny 1, % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery % Fraud % Stolen/Damaged Property % Property Total 7,108 Drug Delivery 3, % Drug Possession 5, % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 9,153 Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI 3, % Escape/Evading Arrest % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender % Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order 1, % Weapons Offense 1, % Other % Other Total 8,627 Total 38, % 18.5% 23.8% 22.4% Prepared by Executive Services Page 27

37 Violent Property Drug Other State Jail New Receives by Offense of Record State Jail Percentage Homicide % Kidnapping % Sexual Assault 0 0.0% Sexual Assault Against Child 0 0.0% Indecency with a Child % Violent Sexual Offense % Robbery 0 0.0% Assault/Terroristic Threat % Violent Total 325 Arson % Burglary 1, % Larceny 5, % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery 1, % Fraud 1, % Stolen/Damaged Property % Property Total 11,452 Drug Delivery % Drug Possession 7, % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 8,086 Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI % Escape/Evading Arrest 1, % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender % Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order % Weapons Offense % Other % Other Total 3,363 Total 23, State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. 1.4% 49.3% 34.8% 14.5% Prepared by Executive Services Page 28

38 Prison and State Jail New Receives by County of Conviction Prison State Jail Total Harris 6,475 6,082 12,557 Dallas 3,639 2,186 5,825 Tarrant 2,966 1,921 4,887 Bexar 2,789 1,424 4,213 Travis 1, ,320 El Paso Collin Hidalgo 1, ,844 Denton Fort Bend Montgomery ,001 Williamson Cameron Nueces ,091 Brazoria Bell Galveston Lubbock Jefferson Webb McLennan Smith Brazos Hays Johnson Ellis Ector Midland Guadalupe Taylor All Others 9,952 5,335 15,287 Total 38,439 23,226 61,665 Top thirty counties are in order by census population. Prepared by Executive Services Page 29

39 Prison and State Jail New Receives by Sentence Length 6 Months and Less 7 to 12 Months 13 to 18 Months 19 to 24 Months 2 Years 3 to 5 Years 6 to 10 Years 11 to 20 Years 21 to 30 Years 31 to 40 Years 41 to 59 Years 60 Years and More Life Capital Life Life Without Parole Death Total Prison State Jail Total 29 N/A 8,211 8,211 N/A 10,608 10,608 N/A 2,976 2,976 N/A 1,431 1,431 10,057 N/A 10,057 15,385 N/A 15,385 8,046 N/A 8,046 2,997 N/A 2, N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 8 94 N/A 94 5 N/A 5 38,439 23,226 61, The above does not include 2,731 new commitments to TDCJ for offenders already incarcerated in TDCJ or released from TDCJ on parole and were revoked and received a new commitment. Prison State Jail Prison and State Jail New Receives by Average Sentence Length (in Years) Violent Property Drug Other Prepared by Executive Services Page 30

40 Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by Offense of Record Violent Property Drug Other Number Percentage Homicide % Kidnapping 9 0.8% Sexual Assault % Sexual Assault Against Child % Indecency with a Child % Violent Sexual Offense 1 0.1% Robbery % Assault/Terroristic Threat % Violent Total 1, % Arson % Burglary 1, % Larceny % Stolen Vehicle % Forgery % Fraud % Stolen/Damaged Property 2 0.1% Property Total 1, % Drug Delivery % Drug Possession 1, % Drug Offense-Other % Drug Total 2, % Commercialized/Sex Offense % DWI % Escape/Evading Arrest % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender % Family Offense % Obstruction/Public Order % Weapons Offense % Other % Other Total 1, % Total 6, % Prepared by Executive Services Page 31

41 Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by County of Conviction Prison Harris 1,188 Dallas 634 Tarrant 390 Bexar 463 Travis 123 El Paso 74 Collin 68 Hidalgo 127 Denton 67 Fort Bend 44 Montgomery 80 Williamson 62 Cameron 94 Nueces 121 Brazoria 52 Bell 99 Galveston 75 Lubbock 113 Jefferson 130 Webb 14 McLennan 97 Smith 107 Brazos 54 Hays 29 Johnson 50 Ellis 33 Ector 33 Midland 40 Guadalupe 22 Taylor 61 All Others 1,625 Total 6,169 Top thirty counties are in order by census population. Prepared by Executive Services Page 32

42 Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by Sentence Length 6 Months and Less 7 to 12 Months 13 to 18 Months 19 to 24 Months 2 Years 3 to 5 Years 6 to 10 Years 11 to 20 Years 21 to 30 Years 31 to 40 Years 41 to 59 Years 60 Years and More Life Prison N/A N/A N/A N/A 446 1,682 1,668 1,153 Capital Life 1 Total ,169 Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by Average Sentence Length (in Years) Violent Property Drug Other Total Prison Prepared by Executive Services Page 33

43 TDCJ Releases and Departures by Type Category Total Releases by Incarceration Type Prison Discharges 7,451 Releases to Community Supervision 548 Releases to Parole/DMS/MS 40,331 Releases to Parole Releases to DMS Releases to MS 25,493 13, Total 48,330 State Jail Discharges 22,657 Releases to Community Supervision 127 Total 22,784 SAFP Releases to Community Supervision 5,540 Releases to Parole Supervision 662 Total 6,202 Percent of Releases by Incarceration Type 15.4% 1.1% 83.4% 100.0% 99.4% 0.6% 100.0% 89.3% 10.7% 100.0% Total TDCJ Releases 77,316 Departures 30 2,318 Total Releases and Departures 79, Departures are transfers among the agency, bench warrants that did not return in FY 2012, deaths, and executions. Prepared by Executive Services Page 34

44 TDCJ FY 2012 Monthly Releases and Departures by Type Category Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Total Prison Releases to Community Supervision Releases to Parole/DMS/MS 2,994 3,059 2,992 3,328 3,234 3,219 3,505 3,575 3,722 3,627 3,540 3,536 40,331 Parole 1,698 1,881 1,895 2,107 2,058 1,922 1,998 2,353 2,461 2,515 2,371 2,234 25,493 DMS 1,213 1,103 1,024 1,144 1,100 1,233 1,437 1,164 1,186 1,045 1,118 1,232 13,999 MS Discharges ,451 Total 3,743 3,703 3,634 3,991 3,852 3,885 4,192 4,203 4,399 4,269 4,192 4,267 48,330 State Jail Releases to Community Supervision Discharges 1,964 1,760 1,876 1,997 1,874 1,803 2,030 1,788 1,870 1,831 1,802 2,062 22,657 Total 1,974 1,774 1,884 2,009 1,886 1,811 2,044 1,798 1,879 1,842 1,813 2,070 22,784 SAFP Releases to Parole Supervision Releases to Community Supervision ,540 Total ,202 Total TDCJ Releases 6,216 6,019 5,966 6,493 6,273 6,192 6,730 6,516 6,820 6,672 6,555 6,864 77,316 Departures ,318 Total TDCJ Releases and Departures 79, Departures are transfers among the agency, bench warrants that did not return in FY 2012, deaths, and executions. Prepared by Executive Services Page 35

45 TDCJ Total Releases by Age and Gender Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent 14 to 16 Years % 17 Years % 18 to 19 Years , % 20 to 29 Years 13,781 6,569 1,875 1,354 1, , % 30 to 39 Years 12,671 4,947 1,150 1,625 1, , % 40 to 49 Years 9,515 3, ,393 1, , % 50 to 59 Years 5,283 1, , % 60 Years and Older 1, , % Total 43,276 17,638 4,760 5,054 5,146 1,442 77, % Youngest Oldest Average TDCJ Total Releases by Race and Gender Male Female Total Prison State Jail SAFP Prison State Jail SAFP Number Percent Black 14,436 6,699 1,249 1,420 1, , % White 12,132 5,406 2,008 2,412 2, , % Hispanic 16,486 5,408 1,480 1,188 1, , % Other % Total 43,276 17,638 4,760 5,054 5,146 1,442 77, % Prepared by Executive Services Page 36

46 TDCJ Total Releases by Offense of Record Violent Property Drug Other Prison State Jail SAFP Total Total % Homicide 32 1, ,044 Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child 1, ,184 Indecency with a Child 32 1, ,008 Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 4, ,746 Assault/Terroristic Threat 7, ,731 Violent Total 16, ,350 17, % Arson Burglary 7,020 1, ,585 Larceny 1,400 5, ,203 Stolen Vehicle ,254 Forgery 483 1, ,954 Fraud 477 1, ,681 Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 9,945 10,933 1,472 22, % Drug Delivery 4, ,765 Drug Possession 7,763 7,105 1,721 16,589 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 12,669 8,055 2,192 22, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI 4, ,759 Escape/Evading Arrest 566 1, ,114 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender ,012 Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order 1, ,718 Weapons Offense 1, ,733 Other Other Total 9,686 3,478 1,188 14, % Total 48,330 22,784 6,202 77, % 32 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 37

47 TDCJ Total Releases by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Anderson Collin Andrews Collingsworth Angelina Colorado Aransas Comal Archer Comanche Armstrong Concho Atascosa Cooke Austin Coryell Bailey Cottle Bandera Crane Bastrop Crockett Baylor Crosby Bee Culberson Bell Dallam Bexar 3,356 1, ,025 Dallas 5,121 2,235 1,009 8,365 Blanco Dawson Borden Deaf Smith Bosque Delta Bowie Denton ,034 Brazoria Dewitt Brazos Dickens Brewster Dimmit Briscoe Donley Brooks Duval Brown Eastland Burleson Ector Burnet Edwards Caldwell Ellis Calhoun El Paso ,232 Callahan Erath Cameron Falls Camp Fannin Carson Fayette Cass Fisher Castro Floyd Chambers Foard Cherokee Fort Bend Childress Franklin Clay Freestone Cochran Frio Coke Gaines Coleman Galveston Prepared by Executive Services Page 38

48 TDCJ Total Releases by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Garza Jones Gillespie Karnes Glasscock Kaufman Goliad Kendall Gonzales Kenedy Gray Kent Grayson Kerr Gregg Kimble Grimes King Guadalupe Kinney Hale Kleberg Hall Knox Hamilton Lamar Hansford Lamb Hardeman Lampasas Hardin Lasalle Harris 8,745 5, ,023 Lavaca Harrison Lee Hartley Leon Haskell Liberty Hays Limestone Hemphill Lipscomb Henderson Live Oak Hidalgo 1, ,155 Llano Hill Lubbock ,073 Hockley Lynn Hood McCulloch Hopkins McLennan ,182 Houston McMullen Howard Madison Hudspeth Marion Hunt Martin Hutchinson Mason Irion Matagorda Jack Maverick Jackson Medina Jasper Menard Jeff Davis Midland Jefferson ,236 Milam Jim Hogg Mills Jim Wells Mitchell Johnson Montague Prepared by Executive Services Page 39

49 TDCJ Total Releases by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Prison State Jail SAFP Total Montgomery ,105 Smith ,043 Moore Somervell Morris Starr Motley Stephens Nacogdoches Sterling Navarro Stonewall Newton Sutton Nolan Swisher Nueces ,472 Tarrant ,494 Ochiltree Taylor Oldham Terry Orange Throckmorton Palo Pinto Titus Panola Tom Green Parker Travis ,769 Parmer Trinity Pecos Tyler Polk Upshur Potter Upton Presidio Uvalde Rains Val Verde Randall Van Zandt Reagan Victoria Real Walker Red River Waller Reeves Ward Refugio Washington Roberts Webb Robertson Wharton Rockwall Wheeler Runnels Wichita Rusk Wilbarger Sabine Willacy San Augustine Williamson San Jacinto Wilson San Patricio Winkler San Saba Wise Schleicher Wood Scurry Yoakum Shackelford Young Shelby Zapata Sherman Zavala Top thirty counties by population are in bold. Total 48,330 22,784 6,202 77,316 Prepared by Executive Services Page 40

50 Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Sentence Length Prison State Jail Total 33 6 Months and Less N/A 8,115 8,115 7 to 12 Months N/A 10,362 10, to 18 Months N/A 2,972 2, to 24 Months N/A 1,335 1,335 2 Years 11,314 N/A 11,314 3 to 5 Years 18,350 N/A 18,350 6 to 10 Years 10,371 N/A 10, to 20 Years 4,647 N/A 4, to 30 Years 1,942 N/A 1, to 40 Years 612 N/A to 59 Years 363 N/A Years and More 370 N/A 370 Life 345 N/A 345 Capital Life 16 N/A 16 Total 48,330 22,784 71, These totals do not include 6,202 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. Prepared by Executive Services Page 41

51 Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Time Served Discharge Community Supervision Parole DMS MS Prison State Jail Prison State Jail Prison Prison Prison Total 6 Months & Less 68 7, ,076 6 to 9 Months 1 5, , , to 12 Months 1 4, ,935 2, , to 18 Months 6 2, ,578 2, , months to 2 Years 2,462 1, ,901 2, , Years 3,120 N/A 4 N/A 6,951 5, , Years 1,326 N/A 0 N/A 3,271 1, , to 20 Years 452 N/A 0 N/A 2, , to 30 Years 11 N/A 0 N/A , to 40 Years 3 N/A 0 N/A to 59 Years 1 N/A 0 N/A Total 7,451 22, ,493 13, ,114 Prepared by Executive Services Page 42

52 Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Percent of Sentence Served and Release Type Community Supervision 34 Parole Prison 11.1% 48.5% State Jail 71.0% N/A DMS 59.3% N/A MS 75.4% N/A Discharge Total 100.0% 59.6% 100.0% 98.5% Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Percent of Sentence Served, Release Type and Offense Type Prison State Jail Violent Property Drug Other Violent Property Drug Other Community Supervision % 8.8% 9.8% 11.2% 29.5% 61.8% 80.3% 69.9% Parole 66.8% 43.1% 37.6% 39.7% N/A N/A N/A N/A DMS 62.8% 59.8% 57.8% 57.8% N/A N/A N/A N/A MS 70.1% 78.3% 77.4% 74.1% N/A N/A N/A N/A Discharge 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Total 75.1% 56.1% 48.1% 52.6% 98.9% 98.5% 98.4% 98.5% Prison Total Releases by Percent of Sentence Served for 3G Offenses by Release Type 35 Violent Property Drug Other Total Parole Discharge 72.8% 64.9% 60.8% 74.4% 72.4% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Total 82.7% 76.1% 82.9% 84.3% 82.7% 34 Upfront and probation modification serve 100% of sentence before being released to community supervision. Boot camp offenders and offenders released on shock probation serve approximately six months before release regardless of their sentence length. 35 3G offenders are not currently eligible to be released from prison on DMS or MS. Prepared by Executive Services Page 43

53 Violent Property Drug Other Prison and State Jail Discharges by Offense of Record Prison State Jail Total Total % Homicide Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child Indecency with a Child Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 1, ,111 Assault/Terroristic Threat 2, ,331 Violent Total 4, , % Arson Burglary 729 1,759 2,488 Larceny 130 5,497 5,627 Stolen Vehicle Forgery 30 1,327 1,357 Fraud 36 1,076 1,112 Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 1,013 10,881 11, % Drug Delivery ,149 Drug Possession 575 7,054 7,629 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 833 7,997 8, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI Escape/Evading Arrest 84 1,436 1,520 Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order Weapons Offense Other Total Other Total 1,033 3,462 4, % 7,451 22,657 30, % 36 State Jail offenders incarcerated for homicide are convicted of criminally negligent homicide; those incarcerated for indecency with a child are convicted of exposure; and those incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 44

54 Prison and State Jail Discharges by County of Conviction Prison State Jail Total Harris 1,503 5,785 7,288 Dallas 989 2,233 3,222 Tarrant 637 1,793 2,430 Bexar 481 1,392 1,873 Travis ,253 El Paso Collin Hidalgo Denton Fort Bend Montgomery Williamson Cameron Nueces Brazoria Bell Galveston Lubbock Jefferson Webb McLennan Smith Brazos Hays Johnson Ellis Ector Midland Guadalupe Taylor All Others 1,412 5,031 6,443 Total 7,451 22,657 30,108 Top thirty counties are in order by census population. Prepared by Executive Services Page 45

55 Prison and State Jail Discharges by Sentence Length Prison State Jail Total 6 Months and Less N/A 8,039 8,039 7 to 12 Months N/A 10,355 10, to 18 Months N/A 2,966 2, to 24 Months N/A 1,297 1,297 2 Years 2,517 N/A 2,517 3 to 5 Years 3,109 N/A 3,109 6 to 10 Years 1,342 N/A 1, to 20 Years 465 N/A to 30 Years 12 N/A to 40 Years 1 N/A 1 41 to 59 Years 0 N/A 0 60 Years and More 4 N/A 4 Life (Court Ordered Discharge) 1 N/A 1 Death 0 N/A 0 Total 7,451 22,657 30,108 Prepared by Executive Services Page 46

56 TDCJ Releases to Community Supervision by Offense of Record Violent Property Drug Other Prison State Jail SAFP Total Total % Homicide Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child Indecency with a Child Violent Sexual Offense Robbery Assault/Terroristic Threat ,022 Violent Total ,254 1, % Arson Burglary Larceny Stolen Vehicle Forgery Fraud Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total ,281 1, % Drug Delivery Drug Possession ,588 1,721 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total ,901 2, % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI Escape/Evading Arrest Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order Weapons Offense Other Other Total ,104 1, % Total ,540 6, % 37 State Jail offenders incarcerated for violent sexual offenses are convicted of civil rights violation of a person in custody. Prepared by Executive Services Page 47

57 TDCJ Releases to Community Supervision by County of Conviction Prison State Jail SAFP Total Harris Dallas Tarrant Bexar Travis El Paso Collin Hidalgo Denton Fort Bend Montgomery Williamson Cameron Nueces Brazoria Bell Galveston Lubbock Jefferson Webb McLennan Smith Brazos Hays Johnson Ellis Ector Midland Guadalupe Taylor All Others ,043 2,293 Total ,540 6,215 Top thirty counties are in order by census population. Prepared by Executive Services Page 48

58 Prison and State Jail Releases to Community Supervision by Sentence Length Prison State Jail Total 6 Months and Less N/A to 12 Months N/A to 18 Months N/A to 24 Months N/A Years 26 N/A 26 3 to 5 Years 91 N/A 91 6 to 10 Years 426 N/A to 20 Years 5 N/A 5 21 to 30 Years 0 N/A 0 31 to 40 Years 0 N/A 0 41 to 59 Years 0 N/A 0 60 Years and More 0 N/A 0 Life 0 N/A 0 Capital Life 0 N/A 0 Total These totals do not include 5,540 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. Prepared by Executive Services Page 49

59 Prison and SAFP Releases to Parole Supervision 39 by Offense of Record Violent Property Drug Other Prison SAFP Total Total % Homicide Kidnapping Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Against Child Indecency with a Child Violent Sexual Offense Robbery 3, ,285 Assault/Terroristic Threat 5, ,378 Violent Total 11, , % Arson Burglary 6, ,309 Larceny 1, ,271 Stolen Vehicle Forgery Fraud Stolen/Damaged Property Property Total 8, , % Drug Delivery 4, ,300 Drug Possession 7, ,239 Drug Offense-Other Drug Total 11, , % Commercialized/Sex Offense DWI 4, ,480 Escape/Evading Arrest Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Family Offense Obstruction/Public Order 1, ,217 Weapons Offense 1, ,312 Other Other Total 8, , % Total 40, , % 39 Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS. Prepared by Executive Services Page 50

60 Prison and SAFP Releases to Parole Supervision 40 by County of Conviction Prison SAFP Total Harris 7, ,303 Dallas 4, ,144 Tarrant 2, ,819 Bexar 2, ,868 Travis 1, ,276 El Paso Collin Hidalgo 1, ,144 Denton Fort Bend Montgomery Williamson Cameron Nueces Brazoria Bell Galveston Lubbock Jefferson Webb McLennan Smith Brazos Hays Johnson Ellis Ector Midland Guadalupe Taylor All Others 10, ,562 Total 40, , Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS. Top thirty counties are in order by census population. Prepared by Executive Services Page 51

61 Prison Releases to Parole Supervision 41 by Sentence Length Prison 2 Years 8,771 3 to 5 Years 15,150 6 to 10 Years 8, to 20 Years 4, to 30 Years 1, to 40 Years to 59 Years Years and More 366 Life 344 Capital Life 16 Total 42 40, Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS. 42 These totals do not include 662 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six months for regular needs and nine months for special needs. Prepared by Executive Services Page 52

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