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1 Florida County Detention Facilities Average Inmate Population February 2012 Kenneth S. Tucker Secretary Prepared by: Florida Department of Corrections Bureau of Research and Data Analysis 501 Calhoun Street Tallahassee, FL (850)

2 County Detention Facilities February 2012 Inmate Profile Summary This report is mandated by F.S and provides a monthly profile of Florida's detention facility inmate populations. Monthly Average Daily Population (ADP) figures include male, female, adult, and juvenile inmates. These population figures are arranged into felony, misdemeanor, and "other" subcategories in Table 1. "Other" includes the number of parole violators, state inmates, undocumented aliens, holdings for other jurisdictions, and individuals detained under the Baker (mental health) and Marchman (alcoholism) Acts. Within felony and misdemeanor subcategories, the number of inmates sentenced, held for trial or sentencing, and those detained or sentenced for violation of probation are listed. Table 2 features the Average Daily Population and incarceration rate in each county. Table 3 lists the number and percent of felony and misdemeanor pretrial inmates at each detention facility. The Jail Population Summary (Table 4) lists detention center totals for the year to date. Questions pertaining to the statistics in this report, the mailing list, or requests for additional forms should be directed to the Florida Department of Corrections Bureau of Research & Data Analysis at: (850) address:

3 County Detention Facilities Average Inmate Population Table of Contents Summary Information Average Daily Population... 1 Incarceration Rates... 2 Pretrial Population Levels... 2 Tables Table 1: Categorical Daily Averages Table 2: Average Daily Population and Incarceration Rates Per 1,000 County Population Incarceration Rates Percentages... 7 Table 3: Pretrial Capacity Report County Pretrial Percentages Table 4: 2012 Jail Population Summary... 11

4 COUNTY DETENTION FACILITIES PROFILE SUMMARY FEBRUARY 2012 Average Daily Population (ADP) On average, there were 56,309 inmates in Florida's county detention facilities during the month of February In comparison, in February 2011, there were 56,239 inmates incarcerated by county facilities in Florida. This is a 0.1% increase from last year. The following provides an analysis of the inmate population for February 2012: FEBRUARY 2012 JAIL POPULATION RECAP 61 out of 67 counties provided breakdown information. Out of the total 53,812 inmates from this group, there were 45,680 adult males (84.9%), 7,579 adult females (14.1%), 522 juvenile males (1.0%), and 31 juvenile females (0.1%). The overall distribution of male and female inmates has remained constant in county detention facilities for the past several years; maintaining an approximate ratio of one female for every 6.5 males. 79.2% of the total inmate population was incarcerated for felony offenses, while 15.1% were detained for misdemeanor crimes. All others confined amounted to 5.7% of the total population. Juveniles accounted for only 553 or 1.0% of the overall inmate population. Most juveniles (93.9%) were charged with felonies. The majority (46,202, 85.9%) of those incarcerated in county detention facilities in February 2012 were male. Offenders held for trial represented 60.7% of the inmate population. 1

5 Incarceration Rates In February 2012, the statewide county detention incarceration rate was 3.0 per 1,000 county residents based on the population estimates for April 1, The county population estimates are provided by the University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research via the website of the Florida Legislature s Office of Economic and Demographic Research, November, Incarceration rates ranged from a low of 1.2 in Union County, to a high of 15.3 in Baker County. (No counties are excluded, see notes) Pretrial Population Levels * During the month of February 2012, 32,683 of the inmates housed in county detention facilities were classified as pretrial or awaiting trial. Of these, 28,655 offenders (87.7%) were awaiting trial for felony offenses while 4,028 (12.3%) were detained for misdemeanor violations. Of the 61 counties reporting, 56.1% of these facilities had over half of their inmates awaiting trial. (some counties are excluded, see notes) Notes: The following counties did not report the appropriate breakdown information of their populations; therefore they are not represented in some of the statistics. For these facilities only, the monthly average daily population is provided: Calhoun, Flagler, Holmes, Indian River, Marion, Walton The above is annotated by the following symbols: All counties included. * The counties mentioned in the notes are excluded. 2

6 Table 1 County Detention Facilities Daily Categorical Averages for February 2012* ADULTS Adult Males Adult Females Total Felonies Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Sentenced (365 days or more) 1, % % 1, % Sentenced (364 days or less) 6, % 1, % 8, % Pretrial 24, % 3, % 28, % Awaiting Sentencing % % 1, % Probation Violators (Technical) 2, % % 2, % Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) % 8 0.1% % Sentenced (364 days or less) 2, % % 2, % Pretrial 3, % % 4, % Awaiting Sentencing % % % Probation Violators (Technical) % % 1, % Others Parole Violators % % % Baker Act (Mental Health) 5 0.0% 1 0.0% 6 0.0% Marchman Act (Alcoholism) % 2 0.0% % State Inmates % % % Undocumented Aliens % % % Other Jurisdictions 1, % % 1, % Adult Subtotal 45, % 7, % 53, % JUVENILES Juvenile Males Juvenile Females Total Felonies Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Sentenced (365 days or more) % 0 0.0% % Sentenced (364 days or less) % 3 9.7% % Pretrial % % % Awaiting Sentencing % 0 0.0% % Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) 3 0.6% 0 0.0% 3 0.5% Sentenced (364 days or less) 2 0.4% 0 0.0% 2 0.4% Pretrial % 0 0.0% % Awaiting Sentencing 4 0.8% 1 3.2% 5 0.9% Minors Beyond Staff Control (HRS) 0 0.0% % 9 1.6% Juvenile Subtotal % % % TOTALS Males Females Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Adults 45, % 7, % 53, % Juveniles % % % Grand Total 46, % 7, % 53, % Total 3

7 Table 1 (continued) County Detention Facilities Daily Categorical Averages for February 2012* TOTALS Adults Juveniles Total Felonies Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Sentenced (365 days or more) 1, % % 1, % Sentenced (364 days or less) 8, % % 8, % Pretrial 28, % % 28, % Awaiting Sentencing 1, % % 1, % Probation Violators (Technical) 2, % 0 0.0% 2, % Felony Subtotal 42, % % 42, % Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) % 3 0.5% % Sentenced (364 days or less) 2, % 2 0.4% 2, % Pretrial 4, % % 4, % Awaiting Sentencing % 5 0.9% % Probation Violators 1, % 0 0.0% 1, % Minors Beyond Staff Control (HRS) 0 0.0% 9 1.6% 9 0.0% Misdemeanor Subtotal 8, % % 8, % Others Parole Violators % 0 0.0% % Baker Act (Mental Health) 6 0.0% 0 0.0% 6 0.0% Marchman Act (Alcoholism) % 0 0.0% % State Inmates % 0 0.0% % Undocumented Aliens % 0 0.0% % Other Jurisdictions 1, % 0 0.0% 1, % Other Subtotal 3, % 0 0.0% 3, % Total 53, % % 53, % Total Total, ADP only* Grand Total 53,812 2,497 56,309 *The following counties did not report breakdown information of their populations, therefore they are not represented in the statistics above. For these facilities only the monthly average daily population is provided. Their totals are summed separately: Calhoun, Flagler, Holmes, Indian River, Marion, Walton 4

8 Florida County Table 2 County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and Incarceration Rates per 1,000 County Population for February 2012 County Population Average Daily Population (ADP) *Date Reported Alachua 247,337 1, % Baker 26, % Bay 169, % Bradford 28, % Brevard 545,184 1, % Broward 1,753,162 4, % Calhoun 14, / % Charlotte 160, % Citrus 140, % Clay 191, % Collier 323, % Columbia 67, % DeSoto 34, % Dixie 16, % Duval 864,601 3, % Escambia 299,261 1, % Flagler 96, % Franklin 11, % Gadsden 48, % Gilchrist 16, % Glades 12, % Gulf 15, % Hamilton 14, % Hardee 27, % Hendry 38, % Hernando 173, % Highlands 98, % Hillsborough 1,238,951 2, % Holmes 19, / % Indian River 138, / % Jackson 49, % Jefferson 14, % Lafayette 8, % Lake 298, % Lee 625,310 1, % Leon 276,278 1, % Levy 40, % Liberty 8, % Madison 19, % Manatee 325,905 1, % Marion 331,745 1,582 01/ % 5 Incarceration Rate County Share of State ADP

9 Florida County Table 2 (continued) County Detention Facilities Average Daily Populations and Incarceration Rates per 1,000 County Population for February 2012 County Population Average Daily Population (ADP) *Date Reported Incarceration Rate County Share of State ADP Martin 146, % Miami-Dade 2,516,515 5, % Monroe 72, % Nassau 73, % Okaloosa 181, % Okeechobee 39, % Orange 1,157,342 3, % Osceola 273, % Palm Beach 1,325,758 2, % Pasco 466,533 1, % Pinellas 918,496 3, % Polk 604,792 2, % Putnam 74, % St. Johns 192, % St. Lucie 279,696 1, % Santa Rosa 154, % Sarasota 381, % Seminole 424, % Sumter 96, % Suwannee 43, % Taylor 22, % Union 15, % Volusia 495,400 1, % Wakulla 30, % Walton 55, / % Washington 24, % Total 18,905,048 56, % Note: County population figures are estimates of the April 1, 2011 population. They are provided by the The Florida Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research. *If February's jail population for a facility was unavailable at the time this report was published, then population numbers from another month are used in the place of the missing data. The date for these numbers is given. 6

10 Incarceration Rates Percentages February TO 0.9 (0 = 0.0%) 1.0 TO 1.9 (3 = 4.5%) Flagler, Palm Beach, Union 2.0 TO 2.9 (20 = 29.9%) Brevard, Broward, Clay, Miami-Dade, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Madison, Okaloosa, Orange, Pasco, St. Johns, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia 3.0 TO 3.9 (25 = 37.3%) Bradford, Calhoun, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, Columbia, DeSoto, Glades, Hamilton, Hardee, Indian River, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Manatee, Martin, Nassau, Osceola, Pinellas, Polk, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Walton, Washington 4.0 TO 4.9 (11 = 16.4%) Alachua, Dixie, Duval, Escambia, Gadsden, Highlands, Holmes, Marion, Putnam, St. Lucie, Taylor 5.0 AND OVER (8 = 11.9%) Baker, Bay, Franklin, Hendry, Liberty, Monroe, Okeechobee, Wakulla Notes: Please note: Due to the rounding error, the sum of percentages shown may not equal 100.0%. No counties are excluded from this section. 7

11 Table 3 County Detention Facilities Pretrial Inmate Report for February 2012* Detention Average Number Number Total Facility Daily Felony Misdemeanor Percent Name Population Pretrial Pretrial Pretrial Alachua CSO, Department of the Jail 1, % Alachua County Work Release Baker County Detention Center % Bay County Jail and Annex % Bradford County Jail % Brevard County Detention Center 1,530 1, % Broward County Jail/Main 1,410 1, % Broward County Jail/North Broward % Broward County Rein Facility % Broward Conte Facility 1, % Calhoun County Jail 52* Charlotte County Jail % Citrus County Detention Center % Clay County Jail % Collier County Naples/Main % Collier County/Immokalee Jail Center % Columbia County Jail % DeSoto County Jail % Dixie County Jail % Duval County Jail 3,769 1, % Escambia County Road Prison % Escambia County Central Booking 1, % Flagler County Jail 131* Franklin County Jail % Gadsden County Jail % Gilchrist County Jail % Glades County Jail % Gulf County Jail % Hamilton County Jail % Hardee County Jail % Hendry County Jail % Hernando County Jail % Highlands County Jail % Hillsborough County/Orient Road % Hillsborough County/Falkenburg Rd. 2,839 1, % Holmes County Jail 87* Indian River County Jail 430* Jackson County Jail % Jefferson County Jail % Lafayette County Jail % Lake County Jail % Lee County Jail/Main % Lee County Jail/Ortiz 1, % Leon County Jail 1, % Levy County Jail % Liberty County Jail % Madison County Jail % Manatee County Jail/Central 1, % 8

12 Table 3 (continued) County Detention Facilities Pretrial Inmate Report for February 2012* Detention Average Number Number Total Facility Daily Felony Misdemeanor Percent Name Population Pretrial Pretrial Pretrial Marion County Jail 1,582* Martin County Jail % Miami-Dade County Jail/Main PTDC 1, % Miami-County Jail/Women's % Miami-Dade County Stockade TTC % Miami-Dade County Jail/MWDC 1,881 1, % Miami-Dade County Jail/TGK Miami-Dade County Boot Camp Monroe County Jail/Main % Monroe County/Plantation Key % Monroe County/Marathon % Nassau County Jail Okaloosa County Jail % Okeechobee County Jail % Orange County/33rd Street 2,873 1, % Orange County/Work Release % Orange County/Juvenile Assessment Osceola County Jail % Palm Beach County/Main 1,758 1, % Palm Beach County/West County % Palm Beach County/Stockade % Pasco County/Land O'Lakes 1, % Pinellas County Detention and Corrections 3,089 1, % Polk Central County Jail % Polk County South County Jail 1, % Putnam County Jail % St. Johns County Jail % St. Lucie County Corr. Facility 1, % Santa Rosa County Jail % Sarasota County Jail % Seminole County Jail % Sumter County Jail % Suwannee County Jail % Taylor County Jail % Union County Jail % Volusia County Corr. Facility % Volusia County/Branch Jail % Wakulla County Jail % Walton County Jail 215* Washington County Jail % Total 53,812 28,655 4, % Grand Total 56,309 *The following counties did not report breakdown information of their populations, therefore their contributions are not represented in statistics above. For these facilities, only the monthly average daily population is provided. These ADP counts are omitted from the total, but not the grand total: Calhoun, Flagler, Holmes, Indian River, Marion, Walton 9

13 County Pretrial Percentages* February % PRETRIAL (4 = 6.6%) Baker, Jefferson, Lafayette, Nassau % PRETRIAL (15 = 24.6%) Citrus, Dixie, Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, Lake, Liberty, Martin, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Seminole, Wakulla, Washington % PRETRIAL (38 = 62.3%) Alachua, Bay, Bradford, Charlotte, Clay, Collier, Columbia, Miami-Dade, DeSoto, Duval, Escambia, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Leon, Madison, Manatee, Monroe, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, St. Lucie, Sarasota, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor, Volusia 76% AND ABOVE PRETRIAL (4 = 6.6%) Brevard, Broward, Levy, Union Notes: *The following counties did not report the appropriate breakdown information of their populations; therefore they are not represented in the given statistics. Calhoun, Flagler, Holmes, Indian River, Marion, Walton 10

14 Table 4: 2012 Jail Population Summary * Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Average Adult Males 47,069 45,680 46,375 Juvenile Males Adult Females 7,850 7,579 7,715 Juvenile Females Total 55,498 53,812 54,655 Total, ADP only * 678 2,497 Grand Total 56,176 56,309 56,243 Adult Males Felonies Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Average Sentenced (365 days or more) 1,623 1,462 1,543 Sentenced (364 days or less) 6,898 6,690 6,794 Pretrial 25,670 24,987 25,329 Awaiting Sentencing Probation Violators (Technical) 2,266 2,193 2,230 Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) 2,458 2,318 2,388 Pretrial 3,340 3,290 3,315 Awaiting Sentencing Probation Violators Others Parole Violators Baker Act (Mental Health) Marchman Act (Substance Abuse) State Inmates Undocumented Aliens Other Jurisdictions 1,660 1,631 1,646 Subtotal 47,069 45,680 46,375 Juvenile Males Felonies Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Average Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) Pretrial Awaiting Sentencing Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) Pretrial Awaiting Sentencing Minors Beyond Staff Control (HRS) Subtotal Adult Females Felonies Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Average Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) 1,531 1,503 1,517 Pretrial 3,457 3,298 3,378 Awaiting Sentencing Probation Violators (Technical) Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) Pretrial Awaiting Sentencing Probation Violators Others Parole Violators Baker Act (Mental Health) Marchman Act (Substance Abuse) State Inmates Undocumented Aliens Other Jurisdictions Subtotal 7,850 7,579 7,715 Juvenile Females Felonies Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Average Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) Pretrial Awaiting Sentencing Misdemeanors Sentenced (365 days or more) Sentenced (364 days or less) Pretrial Awaiting Sentencing Minors Beyond Staff Control (HRS) Subtotal *Facilities which could not collect demographic information did report their overall ADP number for the month. These monthly ADP numbers are totaled separately from facilities which did report demographics. Jan. (5): Flagler, Franklin, Hamilton, Liberty, Walton Feb. (6): Calhoun, Flagler, Holmes, Indian River, Marion, Walton 11

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