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					  Overview of the
Department’s Re-Entry
      Initiative
                     Florida’s Prison Population
                     Estimated by Year on June 30th


      120,000                                                                                                                                    115,532



      110,000
                                                                                                                                                       14,638
                            100,894

      100,000




        90,000




        80,000



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Prepared by the Florida Department of Corrections: Bureau of Research and Data Analysis & CJEC -Sept. 2009 data, based on Bureau
of Budget & Management Evaluation projected per diem rates ,& Bureau of Facility Services projected cost of a 1,335 bed prison (as of 6/30/09)
Re-entry facilities


 Eligible inmates within 3yrs of release


 To be released to targeted counties


 Will receive comprehensive services
   Substance abuse/mental health treatment
   Academic
   Vocational
   Life skills
                           Single Point of Re-entry

    Housing needs                                  Healthcare needs
     (sex offenders, affordable                      (medications, substance
     housing)                                        abuse, etc.)

    Education needs                                Employment
                                                     (unemployed, obtaining
    Mental Health                                   identification, social
                                                     security cards, etc.)
    Family Concerns (lack of
     support, reunification)                        Transportation
    Probation Officers                             Local Law Enforcement


    Collaboration with service providers and state / local agencies is essential.
            No single entity can effectively address these issues alone.
        Re-entry facilities

   Region 1
       Century CI – 1,507 beds (future conversion of existing institution)
       Gadsden Re-entry Center – 576 beds (construction to be completed Nov
        2011)

   Region 2
       Baker CI – 1,165 beds (existing re-entry facility)
       Baker Re-entry Center – 432 (construction to be completed August 2011)

   Region 3
       Polk CI – 1,535 beds (future conversion of existing institution)
       Demilly CI – 342 beds (existing re-entry facility)
       Tomoka CI – 1,263 beds (future conversion of existing institution)

   Region 4
       Everglades CI – 1,788 beds (future conversion of existing institution)
       Everglades Re-entry Center – 288 (construction to be completed August 2011)
                                                             Baker Re-entry Center

                                                                           Baker CI
            Century CI
                          Serving
  Serving
 Gadsden
 Escambia                 Duval
                            Serving
   265
   1,012                  1837                                              Tomoka CI
                           Polk
                           Gadsden Re-Entry Center
Santa Rosa
 Jackson                   2054
                         Nassau
   116
   180                      80               Serving
                         Hillsboroug Serving
                                           Volusia
 Wakulla
  Walton                        h
                          Baker Miami-Dade   1115
   180
    117                     633428 2315
                           Manate         Seminole
 Franklin
 Okaloosa                 Union e    Monroe 411 CI
                                           Demilly
   180
    180                     36489      151 Orange
  Liberty                   Sumter
                         Bradford             1523
   180                        119
                             98     Broward
                          St.John
                             Pasco    2609Osceola Polk CI
  Calhou                      s
                              770             364
    n                       236      Collier
   117                        Lak      247
   Gulf                     Claye
   180                      440
                           165



        Current / Future
        Re-entry Facilities                             Everglades CI
                                              Everglades Re-entry Center
    #’s Represent Releases for Calendar Year ‘08
Analysis of Work Release Centers




                 Beds      % Employed    Average
                                           Pay

DOC               2,133            68%      $7.77
20 facilities


Contract          1,819            88%     $8.60
14 facilities
Inmate earns $8.15 an hour for 35 hours a week
 = $240 after taxes

 $132     55% room and board

 $ 24     10% restitution or COPS

 $ 24     10% family assistance, incl. child
           support
 $ 24     10% for mandatory inmate
           savings account

 $ 36     Remainder for personal use
Per Diem Analysis


             Cost per Day        DOC         Net Cost
                              Subsistence
                               Collected

DOC                 $ 34.55         $ 8.23      $ 26.32



Contract            $ 21.35           N/A       $ 21.35
Expansion of Work Release beds


 Work release beds Dec 2009                              3,952
     Included recent expansion of contract beds by 141


 By Dec 2010, DOC beds will increase by                   600

 RFP for 280 additional contract beds                     280
     Duval County 80 beds,
     Pinellas/Hillsborough county 200 beds



 Total Work Release Capacity Dec 2010                    4,832

				
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