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TEXAS DEPARTMENT
OF
CRIMINAL JUSTICE

STATISTICAL
Fiscal Year 2007
REPORT

Published
July 2008

Texas Board of Criminal Justice

Gregory S. 

Coleman 

Vice-Chairman 

Austin

Oliver J. Bell 

Chairman 

Austin

Tom Mechler 

Secretary 

Claude

Eric Gambrell
Dallas

Janice Harris Lord
Arlington

J. David Nelson
Lubbock

Pastor C. L.
Jackson
Houston

Terrell McCombs
San Antonio

Leopoldo 

Vasquez, III 

Houston

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Brad Livingston
Executive Director

Bryan Collier
Deputy Executive
Director

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Table of Contents
Introduction
Introduction Statement........................................................................................ i-ii 

Glossary of Terms.............................................................................................iii-vi 


Demographic Highlights
On Hand ............................................................................................................... 1 

Receives ............................................................................................................... 2 

Releases............................................................................................................... 3 

Parole Supervision.............................................................................................4-5 

Community Supervision .....................................................................................6-7 


On Hand (Population on August 31, 2007)
TDCJ on Hand
Age by Gender and Race by Gender.................................................................... 8 

Offense of Record............................................................................................9-12 

TDCJ On Hand by County of Conviction............................................................. 13 

3G Offense vs. Non 3G Offense and Receive Type ........................................... 14 

Sentence Length, Approval Status and Eligibility................................................ 15 


Receives and Admissions
Total Receives and Admissions
Type of Receives and Admissions ...................................................................... 16 

Monthly Receives and Admissions ..................................................................... 17 

Age by Gender and Race by Gender.................................................................. 18 

Total Receives by Offense of Record ................................................................. 19 

Total Receives by County of Conviction ............................................................. 20 

Total Prison and State Jail Receives by Sentence Length.................................. 21 

New Receives
Offense of Record..........................................................................................22-24 

County of Conviction........................................................................................... 25 

Sentence Length................................................................................................. 26 


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Parole Revocations (Includes Mandatory Supervision [MS] and
Discretionary Mandatory Supervision [DMS])
Offense of Record............................................................................................... 27 

County of Conviction........................................................................................... 28 

Sentence Length................................................................................................. 29 


Releases and Departures
Total Releases and Departures
Type of Releases and Departures ...................................................................... 30 

Monthly Releases ............................................................................................... 31 

Age by Gender and Race by Gender.................................................................. 32 

Total Releases by Offense of Record ................................................................. 33 

Total Releases by County of Conviction ............................................................. 34 

Total Prison and State Jail Releases by Sentence Length ................................. 35 

Time Served ....................................................................................................... 36 

Percent of Sentence Served ............................................................................... 37 

Discharges
Offense of Record............................................................................................... 38 

County of Conviction........................................................................................... 39 

Sentence Length................................................................................................. 40 

Releases to Community Supervision
Offense of Record............................................................................................... 41 

County of Conviction........................................................................................... 42 

Sentence Length................................................................................................. 43 

Releases to Parole Supervision (Includes MS & DMS)
Offense of Record............................................................................................... 44 

County of Conviction........................................................................................... 45 

Sentence Length................................................................................................. 46 


Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Introduction
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical
Report provides demographic information for a total of 694,238 cases under
supervision on August 31, 2007, 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, 2007 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,
employment, and primary needs level.
The On Hand section of the report provides an in-depth look at the incarcerated
population on August 31, 2007. 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, and State Jail, and
SAFP populations.
The Receives and Admissions section includes demographics of offenders that
were received by TDCJ during the fiscal year. Offenders who are received are
categorized as New Receives, Parole Revocations and Community Supervision
Revocations/Modifications. New receives are offenders who are admitted to
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 TDCJ for that
offense. Parole Revocations include offenders who were revoked from parole,
mandatory supervision and discretionary mandatory supervision. Community
Supervision revocations and 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 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 TDCJ include
offenders who returned from bench warrant from prior fiscal years and transfers
from other TDCJ divisions.

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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 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 are under the
jurisdiction of the Parole Division. As a separate category, departures from
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 (i.e., total releases by
county) show the 20 counties with the highest population in the State. All other
counties are grouped together.
In conclusion, the Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report monitors the changes in
populations for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. It is the goal of this
report to educate the legislators, TDCJ staff and the public on the changes in the
offender populations in the State of Texas so that informed, thoughtful decisions
can continue to be made regarding criminal justice policies and law.

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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 – Offenders assigned to Administrative
Segregation have one or more of the following characteristics: constitute a threat
to the physical safety of other offenders or staff; constitute a threat to the order
and security of the institution, as evidenced by repeated, serious disciplinary
violations; constitutes a threat to the physical safety of other offenders or staff
due to have been identified as a security threat group member; or is a current
escape risk.
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 – Level of community supervision requiring offenders to
receive a minimum of one face-to-face contact every three months.
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).

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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 do not allow current or prior convictions of any type where the offender
intentionally caused the death of another person or sexual offense and do not
have any pattern of freeworld offenses of violence.
G/J4 – Offenders in this custody have two (2) or more non-assaultive disciplinary
convictions resulting in major penalties within the past six (6) month; one (1)
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 (1) or more disciplinary convictions for
an assault with a weapon on staff or offenders within the past 24 months; two (2)
or more disciplinary convictions resulting in a major penalty for offender or staff
assault without a weapon within the past 12 months; one (1) ore more
disciplinary convictions resulting in major penalties for extortion or sexual abuse
with the past 24 months; primarily Line Class I, II or III time-earning 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 (5) 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 does not require
face-to-face contact.
Intelligence Quotient Score (IQ) – The individual’s score obtained from a
group-administered IQ test. For treatment purposes, additional tests are used to
identify mentally impaired offenders.
Intermediate Sanction Facilities (ISF) – Short-term (up to 90 days)
incarceration facilities used by the Board of Pardons and Paroles in lieu of
revocation for offenders who have been found to have violated the terms or
conditions of parole/mandatory supervision release.
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.

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New Offense – Violation of supervision by the conviction of or pending charges
of felony or misdemeanor offenses and possible technical violations.
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 that offense
that requires the offender to be incarcerated 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/her sentence under
supervision in the community.
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 conviction of a new offense or for technical reasons.
Pre-Parole Transfer (PPT) – Community-based residential facilities that house
offenders who are within one year of their approved parole or mandatory
supervision release date.
Prison Offenders – Offenders with capital, first, second or third degree felony
convictions. Formerly referred to as the Institutional Division.
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 in the general
population because of threats to their safety due to offender enemies, a history of
deviant sexual behavior, a potential for victimization or other similar reasons.
These offenders may still work and go to school with other general population
offenders.

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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.
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).
Technical Only – a violation of one or more conditions of release, not including
commission of a new offense.

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Demographic Highlights – August 31, 2007 TDCJ On Hand
Prison
Total

State Jail

1

Total On Hand

SAFP

135,666

13,808

3,187

152,661

127,456

10,706

2,482

140,644

8,210

3,102

705

12,017

Black

51,296

4,944

735

56,975

White

42,050

4,976

1,570

48,596

Hispanic

41,611

3,818

869

46,298

709

70

13

792

37.4

33.2

33.3

37.0

Violent Offense

75,124

158

570

75,852

Property Offense

19,077

6,301

755

26,133

Drug Offense

23,035

5,526

1,288

29,849

Other Offense

18,430

1,823

574

20,827

Average IQ

90.62

90.62

91.44

90.63

Average Educational Achievement

8.78

8.22

8.80

8.73

School Year Completion Claimed

9.78

10.69

10.97

9.88

Ad Seg (1A – 6A/SR)

9,186

161

N/A

9,347

Safekeeping (P1 – 5)

2,638

3

N/A

2,641

G/J4

9,706

468

N/A

10,174

104,662

12,131

N/A

116,793

G/J5

2,689

72

N/A

2,761

Other Custody

6,785

973

3,187

10,945

Average Sentence Length (Years)3

19.6

1.0

N/A

17.7

Male

Gender

Female

Race

Other Race
Average Age (Years)

Offense

2

Custody

G/J1 – 3 and OT

1

Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six (6) 

months.

2
Administrative Segregation

3
Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length.


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Demographic Highlights – FY2007 TDCJ Receives
Prison
Total

State Jail

4

Total Receives5

SAFP

42,807

25,208

5,510

73,525

38,516

19,646

4,427

62,589

4,291

5,562

1,083

10,936

Black

14,422

9,566

1,299

25,287

White

13,965

8,806

2,582

25,353

Hispanic

14,206

6,700

1,605

22,511

214

136

24

374

33.9

32.9

32.8

33.5

11,990

256

997

13,243

8,624

11,226

1,338

21,188

Drug Offense

13,009

10,455

2,214

25,678

Other Offense

9,184

3,271

961

13,416

Average IQ

90.59

90.44

91.79

90.57

Average Educational Achievement

8.45

8.28

8.60

8.40

School Year Completion Claimed

10.38

10.71

10.92

10.53

7
Ad Seg (1A – 6A/SR)

693

41

N/A

734

Safekeeping (P1 – 5)

220

2

N/A

222

G/J4

913

182

N/A

1,095

34,266

20,237

N/A

54,503

150

144

N/A

294

6,565

4,602

5,510

16,677

8.3

0.9

N/A

5.8

Male

Gender

Female

Race

Other Race
Average Age (Years)
Violent Offense
Offense

Custody6

Property Offense

G/J1 – 3 and OT
G/J5
Other Custody

Average Sentence Length (Years)8
4

Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six (6)
months.

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
Custody is as of August 31, 2007.
7
Administrative Segregation
8

Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length.

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Demographic Highlights – FY2007 TDCJ Releases
Prison
Total

State Jail

SAFP9

Total Releases10

41,808

24,753

5,471

72,032

37,598

19,178

4,405

61,181

4,210

5,575

1,066

10,851

Black

14,272

9,706

1,279

25,257

White

13,757

8,419

2,608

24,784

Hispanic

13,580

6,504

1,560

21,644

199

124

24

347

36.1

33.3

33.2

34.9

10,561

239

1,015

11,815

9,060

10,872

1,357

21,289

Drug Offense

13,240

10,527

2,187

25,954

Other Offense

8,947

3,115

912

12,974

Average IQ

90.68

90.30

92.29

90.58

Average Educational Achievement

8.80

8.33

9.01

8.67

School Year Completion Claimed

10.04

10.93

10.59

10.29

1,545

0

N/A

1,545

400

2

N/A

402

1,813

1,360

N/A

3,173

34,771

22,425

N/A

57,196

656

518

N/A

1,174

2,623

448

5,471

8,542

Average Sentence Length (Years)13

8.0

0.8

N/A

5.3

Average Time Served (Years)13

4.3

0.8

N/A

3.0

Percent of Sentence Served12,13

59.0%

96.7%

N/A

74.9%

Gender

Male
Female

Race

Other Race
Average Age (Years)
Violent Offense
Offense

Property Offense

Ad Seg11 (1A – 6A/SR)
Safekeeping (P1 – 5)
Custody

G/J4
G/J1 – 3 and OT
G/J5
Other Custody

9

Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six (6)
months.

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
12

Administrative Segregation
Beginning in Fiscal Year 2003, percent of sentence served is calculated using a case based

13

Only Prison and State Jail are included in calculation of average sentence length and time served and
percent of sentence served.

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Demographic Highlights – August 31, 2007 Parole
Parole

DMS

Total Parolees Under
Supervision

MS

Active & Inactive Population under Supervision

70,519

18,651

13,952

103,122

Supervision Type Active

52,978

14,510

10,038

77,526

46,677

12,818

9,496

68,991

6,301

1,692

542

8,535

Black

22,634

4,568

4,289

31,491

White

18,249

5,627

3,463

27,339

Hispanic

11,852

4,258

2,258

18,368

243

57

28

328

9,957

1,470

2,881

14,308

Property Offense

12,015

3,741

3,516

19,272

Drug Offense

22,974

5,022

2,350

30,346

8,032

4,277

1,291

13,600

17 to 20

372

214

0

586

21 to 25

3,893

2,202

2

6,097

26 to 30

6,272

2,966

180

9,418

Active Age Group 31 to 40

14,524

4,240

2,305

21,069

41 to 50

16,690

3,499

4,422

24,611

51 to 60

8,657

1,146

2,407

12,210

61 and Older

2,570

243

722

3,535

< 1 Years

15,637

8,325

2,159

26,121

1 Year

11,070

4,057

1,878

17,005

2 Years

6,244

1,295

1,325

8,864

3 Years

4,372

536

1,045

5,953

4 Years

3,181

211

868

4,260

5 Years

2,793

73

686

3,552

6 to 10 Years

6,236

13

1,606

7,855

11 to 15 Years

2,020

0

426

2,446

> 15 Years

1,425

0

45

1,470

Active Gender

Male
Female

Active Race

Other Race
Violent Offense
Active Offense

Other Offense*

Active
Years on
Supervision

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Demographic Highlights – Parole

Inactive Status

Pre-Revocation – Not in Custody

12,110

Annual Report

747

Detainer/Deported

8,751

Supervised Out of State

2,988

Death Reported

72

In Custody (Not in TDCJ custody)

928

Parole
Residential
Facility

Halfway House

1,262

ISF

1,874

SAFP

324

Parole
Placed on Parole
Supervision

Removals
from Parole
Supervision

From Prison

DMS

MS

Total

18,529

10,707

2,794

32,030

From PIA

325

1,192

276

1,793

Discharge

10,038

8,475

3,130

21,643

Revoke

5,502

2,807

1,894

10,203

1,027

9

0

1,036

112

129

41

282

2

0

0

2

720

108

165

993

Return ICC to Sending State or
Texas Conviction
Returned TDCJ (New Conviction / Time
Recalculation)
Sentence Reversed
Death

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Demographic Highlights14 – Community Supervision
Felony
15

243,149

188,345

431,494

164,559

106,937

271,496

71,968

72,756

144,724

Pre-trial Supervision

5,332

2,859

8,191

Pre-Trial Diversion

1,290

5,793

7,083

120,128

80,203

200,331

Female

44,431

26,734

71,165

Black

36,203

16,041

52,244

White

70,760

51,330

122,090

Hispanic

55,950

38,497

94,447

1,646

1,069

2,715

33

29

31

Violent Offense

33,323

12,790

46,113

Property Offense

44,793

17,506

62,299

Drug Offense

53,926

13,367

67,293

DWI/DUI

16,982

41,983

58,965

Other

15,535

21,291

36,826

1st - 8th Grade

18,102

11,763

29,865

9th - 11th Grade

64,178

32,081

96,259

Diploma/GED

62,532

43,844

106,376

Some College

19,747

19,249

38,996

Full Time

98,735

70,579

169,314

Part Time

11,519

8,555

20,074

1,646

1,069

2,715

52,659

26,734

79,393

Total Supervision Population August 31, 2007
Direct
Supervision Type

Direct Supervision
Gender

Direct Supervision Race

Indirect

Male

Other Race
Direct Supervision Median Age (Years)

Direct Supervision
Offense

Direct Supervision
Education

Direct Supervision
Employment

Misdemeanor

Total Community
Supervision
Population

Seasonal/Student
Unemployed

14

Certain offender demographics (gender, race, education and employment) are extrapolated from the FY 2007 Community 

Supervision Tracking System.

15

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Demographic Highlights – Community Supervision
Felony

Total Community
Supervision
Population

Misdemeanor

Level 1

3,208

460

3,668

Level 2
Direct
Level 3
Supervision Level
Level 4

36,149

15,607

51,756

79,468

54,419

133,887

42,503

36,243

78,746

Residential

3,231

208

3,439

Transfers Out of State

7,748

735

8,483

30,246

42,745

72,991

1,623

5,010

6,633

3,222

1,029

4,251

2,202

378

2,580

361

103

464

1,906

10

1,916

24,660

22,746

47,406

Absconders
Report by Mail
Incarcerated: County Jail
Indirect
Supervision Level Incarcerated: Prison
Incarcerated: State Jail
Incarcerated: SAFP
Other

Demographic Highlights – FY 2007 Community Supervision Placements
Felony

Community
Supervision
Placements

Misdemeanor

Total Placements

Adjudicated Community Supervision

20,310

65,240

85,550

Deferred Adjudicated

39,049

59,906

98,955

Returned from Shock Probation

317

12

329

Returned from State Boot Camp

57

0

57

59,733

125,158

184,891

253

284

537

Transferred in for Supervision

20,639

21,420

42,059

Deferred to Adjudicated Status

1,526

414

1,940

9,638

5,331

14,969

1,229

7,430

8,659

Total Placements FY 2006
Subsequent Placements in CSCD

Pre-trial Services Pre-trial Supervision
Placements
Pre-trial Diversion

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TDCJ On Hand by Age and Gender
Male
14 to 16 Years

% Male

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

16

94.1%

1

5.9%

17

0.0%

137

95.8%

6

4.2%

143

0.1%

18 to 19 Years

2,187

93.6%

149

6.4%

2,336

1.5%

20 to 29 Years

41,224

92.1%

3,540

7.9%

44,764

29.3%

30 to 39 Years

40,261

91.2%

3,905

8.8%

44,166

28.9%

40 to 49 Years

36,643

91.7%

3,334

8.3%

39,977

26.2%

50 to 59 Years

15,770

94.4%

941

5.6%

16,711

10.9%

4,406

96.9%

141

3.1%

4,547

3.0%

140,644

92.1%

12,017

7.9%

152,661

100.0%

17 Years

60 Years and Older
Total
Youngest

16

16

Oldest

89

83

Average

37

36

37

TDCJ On Hand by Race and Gender
Male

% Male

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

Black

52,721

92.5%

4,254

7.5%

56,975

37.3%

White

43,254

89.0%

5,342

11.0%

48,596

31.8%

Hispanic

43,945

94.9%

2,353

5.1%

46,298

30.3%

724

91.4%

68

8.6%

792

0.5%

140,644

92.1%

12,017

7.9%

152,661

Other
Total
16

16

100.0%

The On Hand Total does not include offenders temporarily out on Bench Warrant or in a Pre-Parole Transfer facility.
•
There were 622 offenders out on Bench Warrant, including 13 Death Row offenders.
•
There were 2,658 offenders in a Pre-Parole Transfer/Work Program facility.

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TDCJ On Hand by Offense of Record
Prison
Homicide

Violent

Total %

14

15,731

Kidnapping

1,281

8

5

1,294

Sexual Assault

7,654

0

0

7,654

Sexual Assault Against Child

11,393

0

0

11,393

Robbery

22,351

0

146

22,497

Assault/Terroristic Threat

16,748

130

405

17,283

75,124

158

570

75,852

678

0

19

697

Burglary

14,094

1,047

423

15,564

Larceny

2,156

2,332

128

4,616

Stolen Vehicle

884

925

39

1,848

Forgery

796

1,175

92

2,063

Fraud

403

645

44

1,092

66

177

10

253

19,077

6,301

755

26,133

13,494

4,822

1,049

19,365

8,920

698

185

9,803

621

6

54

681

23,035

5,526

1,288

29,849

101

276

26

403

DWI

5,346

133

357

5,836

Escape/Evading Arrest

1,072

856

48

1,976

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

1,487

141

0

1,628

231

175

23

429

Sex Offense Against a Child

4,897

8

0

4,905

Obstruction/Public Order

1,832

123

60

2,015

Weapons Offense

2,515

53

30

2,598

949

58

30

1,037

18,430

1,823

574

20,827

13.6%

135,666

13,808

3,187

152,661

100.0%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total
Drug Possession
Drug Delivery
Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

Other

Total

20

Arson

Drug

SAFP

15,697

Violent Total

Property

State Jail

Family Offense

Other
Other Total

Total

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49.7%

17.1%

19.6%

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Prison On Hand by Offense of Record
Number
Homicide

Violent

15,697

20.9%

Kidnapping

1,281

1.7%

Sexual Assault

7,654

10.2%

Sexual Assault Against Child

11,393

15.2%

Robbery

22,351

29.8%

Assault/Terroristic Threat

16,748

22.3%

Violent Total
Arson

Property

55.4%
3.6%

Burglary

14,094

73.9%

Larceny

2,156

11.3%

Stolen Vehicle

884

4.6%

Forgery

796

4.2%

Fraud

403

2.1%

66

0.3%

Property Total
Drug Possession
Drug Delivery
Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

Other

75,124
678

Stolen/Damaged Property

Drug

Percentage

19,077

14.1%

13,494

58.6%

8,920

38.7%

621

2.7%

23,035

17.0%

101

0.5%

DWI

5,346

29.0%

Escape/Evading Arrest

1,072

5.8%

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

1,487

8.1%

231

1.3%

Sex Offense Against a Child

4,897

26.6%

Obstruction/Public Order

1,832

9.9%

Weapons Offense

2,515

13.6%

949

5.1%

Family Offense

Other
Other Total
Total

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18,430

13.6%

135,666

100.0%

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State Jail On Hand by Offense of Record
Number
Homicide

Violent

20

12.7%

Kidnapping

8

5.1%

Sexual Assault

0

0.0%

Sexual Assault Against Child

0

0.0%

Robbery

0

0.0%

130

82.3%

Assault/Terroristic Threat
Violent Total
Arson

Property

1.1%
0.0%

Burglary

1,047

16.6%

Larceny

2,332

37.0%

925

14.7%

1,175

18.6%

Fraud

645

10.2%

Stolen/Damaged Property

177

2.8%

Stolen Vehicle

Property Total
Drug Possession
Drug Delivery
Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total

Other

158
0

Forgery

Drug

Percentage

6,301

45.6%

4,822

87.3%

698

12.6%

6

0.1%

5,526

40.0%

Commercialized/Sex Offense

276

15.1%

DWI

133

7.3%

Escape/Evading Arrest

856

47.0%

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

141

7.7%

Family Offense

175

9.6%

8

0.4%

123

6.7%

Weapons Offense

53

2.9%

Other

58

3.2%

Sex Offense Against a Child
Obstruction/Public Order

Other Total
Total

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1,823

13.2%

13,808

100.0%

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SAFP On Hand by Offense of Record
Number
Homicide

Violent

14

2.5%

Kidnapping

5

0.9%

Sexual Assault

0

0.0%

Sexual Assault Against Child

0

0.0%

Robbery

146

25.6%

Assault/Terroristic Threat

405

71.1%

Violent Total
Arson

Property

17.9%
2.5%

Burglary

423

56.0%

Larceny

128

17.0%

Stolen Vehicle

39

5.2%

Forgery

92

12.2%

Fraud

44

5.8%

Stolen/Damaged Property

10

1.3%

Drug Possession
Drug Delivery
Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

755

23.7%

1,049

81.4%

185

14.4%

54

4.2%

1,288

40.4%

26

4.5%

357

62.2%

48

8.4%

0

0.0%

23

4.0%

0

0.0%

Obstruction/Public Order

60

10.5%

Weapons Offense

30

5.2%

Other

30

5.2%

DWI
Escape/Evading Arrest
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

Other

570
19

Property Total

Drug

Percentage

Family Offense
Sex Offense Against a Child

Other Total
Total

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574

18.0%

3,187

100.0%

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TDCJ On Hand by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

SAFP

Total

Harris

26,435

3,185

208

29,828

Dallas

17,779

887

433

19,099

Tarrant

10,000

992

142

11,134

Bexar

8,586

1,103

80

9,769

Travis

4,526

661

70

5,257

El Paso

2,320

107

32

2,459

Hidalgo

2,564

271

82

2,917

Collin

1,312

121

35

1,468

Denton

1,541

69

16

1,626

955

55

24

1,034

Montgomery

1,314

68

49

1,431

Cameron

1,461

104

74

1,639

Williamson

1,398

195

14

1,607

Nueces

2,376

311

148

2,835

Brazoria

1,100

57

15

1,172

Galveston

1,579

98

5

1,682

Bell

1,785

163

41

1,989

Lubbock

2,331

186

49

2,566

Jefferson

2,209

201

61

2,471

513

22

7

542

43,582

4,952

1,602

50,136

135,666

13,808

3,187

152,661

Fort Bend

Webb
All Others
Total

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Prison On Hand by 3G Offense
Total

% Total

Violent

54,882

Property

565

Drug

1,271

Indecency with a Child

3,620

Other

591

3G

Total 3G

60,929

44.9%

Not 3G

74,737

55.1%

Total

135,666

100.0%

Prison and State Jail On Hand by Receive Type17
Prison
New Receives

State Jail
99,121

13,746

19,919

5

859

57

11,422

0

DMS Revocation

1,274

0

MS Revocation

3,071

0

135,666

13,808

18

New TDCJ Commitment

19

Community Supervision Revocation
Parole Revocation

Total
17

Prison and State Jail On Hand by Receive Type are offenders incarcerated on August 31, 2007 categorized by how
they were received by the Agency. These offenders were last received during a variety of fiscal years, not just FY 2007.
18

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.
19

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.

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TDCJ On Hand by Sentence Length
Violent
SAFP

State Jail

6 Month Program

Drug

Other

Total

570

755

1,288

574

3,187

6 Months and Less

20

1,111

1,417

414

2,962

7 to 12 Months

67

2,647

2,277

785

5,776

13 to 18 Months

34

1,513

1,136

349

3,032

19 to 24 Months

37

1,030

696

275

2,038

158

6,301

5,526

1,823

13,808

2 Years and Less

2,524

1,054

1,834

2,111

7,523

3 to 5 Years

9,834

4,167

5,736

6,396

26,133

6 to 10 Years

14,408

4,233

5,943

5,647

30,231

11 to 20 Years

17,279

3,832

4,996

2,785

28,892

21 to 30 Years

9,020

3,092

2,668

726

15,506

31 to 40 Years

5,330

1,007

799

267

7,403

41 to 59 Years

4,144

624

428

141

5,337

60 Years and More

4,611

550

425

164

5,750

Life

5,617

518

206

193

6,534

Capital Life

1,948

0

0

0

1,948

49

0

0

0

49

360

0

0

0

360

75,124

19,077

23,035

18,430

135,666

75,852

26,133

29,849

20,827

152,661

Total

Prison

Property

Life Without Parole
Death
Total
Total

Prison On Hand by Release Eligibility Status And Offense
Violent
Not Eligible for Release20
Currently Parole Eligible
Currently DMS Eligible
Not Yet Eligible for Release
Consideration
Total

Property

Drug

Other

Total

409

0

0

0

409

38,998

15,145

16,765

12,059

82,967

1,678

1,582

1,217

1,709

6,186

34,039

2,350

5,053

4,662

46,104

75,124

19,077

23,035

18,430

135,666

20

This category includes 49 Life Without Parole offenders and 360 Death Row offenders. Death Row offenders do not include
13 who are on bench warrant.
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TDCJ Receives and Admissions by Type
Category

Percent of Receives by
Incarceration Type

Total Receives by Incarceration Type
Prison

New Receives
Parole/DMS/MS Revocations
Parole

33,426

78.09%

9,381

21.91%

42,807

100.00%

25,208

100.00%

25,208

100.00%

606

11.00%

4,904

89.00%

5,510

100.00%

5,463

New Offense

4,463

Technical

1,000

DMS

2,053

New Offense

1,704

Technical

349

MS

1,865

New Offense

1,233

Technical

632
Total
State Jail

New Receives
New Sentence

25,059

Upfront Time

119

Community Supervision Modification

30

Total
SAFP
Parole
New Offense

135

Technical

471

Community Supervision
Direct Sentences

48

Modification

3,144

Original Condition

1,712

Total
Total

21

Total TDCJ Receives

73,525

Admissions21

1,254

Total Receives & Admissions

74,779

Admissions are bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency.

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TDCJ FY 2007 Monthly Receives and Admissions by Type
Category
New Receives
Parole/DMS/MS Revocations
Parole – New Offense
Parole – Technical
DMS – New Offense
DMS – Technical
MS – New Offense
MS – Technical
Total

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06 Jan-07 Feb-07
Prison

2,306

2,873

2,389

2,685

3,025

676

973

682

884

839

316

462

291

401

402

Total

Mar-07

Apr-07

May-07

Jun-07

Jul-07

Aug-07

2,910

2,887

2,893

3,063

2,649

3,106

2,640

754

884

683

920

656

756

674

9,381

373

394

359

443

364

336

322

4,463

33,426

72

103

74

101

79

80

104

80

92

53

76

86

1,000

107

175

125

155

151

134

172

111

161

126

159

128

1,704

33

37

26

40

26

30

30

26

29

24

22

26

349

82

124

97

127

118

94

129

78

138

61

113

72

1,233

66

72

69

60

63

43

55

29

57

28

50

40

632

2,982

3,846

3,071

3,569

3,864

3,664

3,771

3,576

3,983

3,305

3,862

3,314

42,807

State Jail
New Receives
New Sentence
Upfront Time
Community Supervision Modification
Total

2,007

2,149

2,102

1,899

1,913

1,888

2,199

2,011

2,336

2,212

2,190

2,302

25,208

1,993

2,131

2,079

1,887

1,899

1,877

2,187

2,000

2,320

2,205

2,183

2,298

25,059

10

14

16

7

11

11

12

10

14

3

7

4

119

4

4

7

5

3

0

0

1

2

4

0

0

30

2,007

2,149

2,102

1,899

1,913

1,888

2,199

2,011

2,336

2,212

2,190

2,302

25,208

SAFP
Parole – New Receives
New Offense
Technical
Community Supervision – New Receives
Direct Sentences
Modification
Original Condition
Total
Total TDCJ Receives
Admissions

22

57

38

65

58

56

28

42

46

75

52

55

34

606

10

7

19

10

12

4

8

13

20

15

12

5

135

47

31

46

48

44

24

34

33

55

37

43

29

471

385

394

384

378

415

438

430

376

440

431

436

397

4,904

2

4

9

3

3

8

8

3

6

0

1

1

48

258

266

239

222

277

281

287

241

289

255

287

242

3,144

125

124

136

153

135

149

135

132

145

176

148

154

1,712

442

432

449

436

471

466

472

422

515

483

491

431

5,510

5,431

6,427

5,622

5,904

6,248

6,018

6,442

6,009

6,834

6,000

6,543

6,047

73,525

415

155

149

133

91

68

51

53

37

45

28

29

1,254

Total TDCJ Receives and Admissions
22

74,779

Admissions are bench warrant returns from prior fiscal years and transfers among the agency.

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TDCJ Total Receives by Age and Gender
Male

% Male

14 to 16 Years

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

38

97.44%

1

2.56%

39

0.05%

355

95.43%

17

4.57%

372

0.51%

18 to 19 Years

3,077

92.82%

238

7.18%

3,315

4.51%

20 to 29 Years

24,522

86.90%

3,696

13.10%

28,218

38.38%

30 to 39 Years

16,230

81.71%

3,633

18.29%

19,863

27.02%

40 to 49 Years

13,126

82.60%

2,765

17.40%

15,891

21.61%

50 to 59 Years

4,440

88.92%

553

11.08%

4,993

6.79%

801

96.04%

33

3.96%

834

1.13%

62,589

85.13%

10,936

14.87%

73,525

100.00%

17 Years

60 Years and More
Total
Youngest

15

15

Oldest

88

74

33.2

34.3

Average

33.5

TDCJ Total Receives by Race and Gender
Male

% Male

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

Black

21,636

85.56%

3,651

14.44%

25,287

34.39%

White

20,222

79.76%

5,131

20.24%

25,353

34.48%

Hispanic

20,408

90.66%

2,103

9.34%

22,511

30.62%

Other

323

86.36%

51

13.64%

374

0.51%

Total

62,589

85.13%

10,936

14.87%

73,525

100.00%

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TDCJ Total Receives by Offense of Record
Prison
Homicide

Violent

Total %

30

1,078

Kidnapping

169

14

7

190

Sexual Assault

606

0

0

606

Sexual Assault Against Child

1,383

0

0

1,383

Robbery

3,570

0

269

3,839

Assault/Terroristic Threat

5,230

226

691

6,147

11,990

256

997

13,243

254

1

26

281

Burglary

6,138

1,813

784

8,735

Larceny

1,160

4,265

204

5,629

Stolen Vehicle

355

1,683

75

2,113

Forgery

429

2,005

162

2,596

Fraud

246

1,171

69

1,486

42

288

18

348

8,624

11,226

1,338

21,188

Drug Possession

8,205

8,846

1,755

18,806

Drug Delivery

4,327

1,592

366

6,285

477

17

93

587

13,009

10,455

2,214

25,678

72

548

35

655

3,931

228

608

4,767

Escape/Evading Arrest

438

1,487

78

2,003

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

622

228

5

855

Family Offense

145

296

34

475

Sex Offense Against a Child

1,109

12

0

1,121

Obstruction/Public Order

1,026

236

92

1,354

Weapons Offense

1,236

113

56

1,405

605

123

53

781

9,184

3,271

961

13,416

18.25%

42,807

25,208

5,510

73,525

100.00%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense
DWI

Other

Total

16

Arson

Drug

SAFP

1,032

Violent Total

Property

State Jail

Other
Other Total
Total

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28.82%

34.92%

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TDCJ Total Receives by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

SAFP

Total

Harris

7,729

6,408

362

14,499

Dallas

4,547

2,462

726

7,735

Tarrant

3,289

1,929

232

5,450

Bexar

2,832

1,773

174

4,779

Travis

1,567

1,351

115

3,033

El Paso

800

235

53

1,088

Hidalgo

1,369

565

139

2,073

Collin

454

334

74

862

Denton

463

199

37

699

Fort Bend

360

129

39

528

Montgomery

587

159

87

833

Cameron

429

168

118

715

Williamson

467

344

30

841

Nueces

699

391

257

1,347

Brazoria

391

160

24

575

Galveston

570

291

9

870

Bell

589

309

76

974

Lubbock

681

274

79

1,034

Jefferson

675

313

107

1,095

Webb

149

34

18

201

14,160

7,380

2,754

24,294

42,807

25,208

5,510

73,525

All Others
Total

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Prison and State Jail Total Receives by Sentence Length
Prison

State Jail

Total

23

6 Months and Less

N/A

9,044

9,044

7 to 12 Months

N/A

10,847

10,847

13 to 18 Months

N/A

3,543

3,543

19 to 24 Months

N/A

1,770

1,770

9,386

N/A

9,386

3 to 5 Years

15,846

N/A

15,846

6 to 10 Years

9,410

N/A

9,410

11 to 20 Years

4,916

N/A

4,916

21 to 30 Years

1,700

N/A

1,700

31 to 40 Years

527

N/A

527

41 to 59 Years

349

N/A

349

60 Years and More

246

N/A

246

Life

313

N/A

313

Capital Life

63

N/A

63

Life Without Parole

37

N/A

37

Death

14

N/A

14

0

4

4

42,807

25,208

68,015

2 Years and Less

Unclassified
Total
23

These totals do not include 5,510 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP
offenders is based on program length. The current program is six (6) months.

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Prison and State Jail New Receives by Offense of Record
Prison

Violent

16

849

Kidnapping

145

14

159

Sexual Assault

493

0

493

Sexual Assault Against Child

1,328

0

1,328

Robbery

2,906

0

2,906

Assault/Terroristic Threat

4,806

226

5,032

10,511

256

10,767

204

1

205

Burglary

3,772

1,813

5,585

Larceny

788

4,265

5,053

Stolen Vehicle

123

1,683

1,806

Forgery

236

2,005

2,241

Fraud

197

1,171

1,368

36

288

324

5,356

11,226

16,582

Drug Possession

6,202

8,846

15,048

Drug Delivery

3,132

1,592

4,724

387

17

404

9,721

10,455

20,176

61

548

609

3,333

228

3,561

Escape/Evading Arrest

326

1,487

1,813

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

599

228

827

Family Offense

132

296

428

Sex Offense Against a Child

929

12

941

Obstruction/Public Order

870

236

1,106

1,039

113

1,152

549

123

672

7,838

3,271

11,109

18.95%

33,426

25,208

58,634

100.0%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense
DWI

Other

Total %

833

Arson

Drug

Total

Homicide

Violent Total

Property

State Jail

Weapons Offense
Other
Other Total
Total

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18.36%

28.28%

34.41%

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Prison New Receives by Offense of Record
Percentage

Number

Violent

Homicide

833

7.9%

Kidnapping

145

1.4%

Sexual Assault

493

4.7%

Sexual Assault Against Child

1,328

12.6%

Robbery

2,906

27.6%

Assault/Terroristic Threat

4,806

45.7%

Violent Total
Arson

Property

204

3.8%

Burglary

3,772

70.4%

Larceny

788

14.7%

Stolen Vehicle

123

2.3%

Forgery

236

4.4%

Fraud

197

3.7%

36

0.7%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug

16.0%

5,356

Drug Possession

6,202

63.8%

Drug Delivery

3,132

32.2%

387

4.0%

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

29.1%

9,721
61

0.8%

3,333

42.5%

Escape/Evading Arrest

326

4.2%

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

599

7.6%

Family Offense

132

1.7%

Sex Offense Against a Child

929

11.9%

Obstruction/Public Order

870

11.1%

1,039

13.3%

549

7.0%

DWI

Other

31.4%

10,511

Weapons Offense
Other
Other Total
Total

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23.4%

7,838
33,426

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State Jail New Receives by Offense of Record
Percentage

Number

Violent

Homicide

16

6.3%

Kidnapping

14

5.5%

Sexual Assault

0

0.0%

Sexual Assault Against Child

0

0.0%

Robbery

0

0.0%

226

88.3%

Assault/Terroristic Threat
Violent Total
Arson

Property

1

0.0%

Burglary

1,813

16.2%

Larceny

4,265

38.0%

Stolen Vehicle

1,683

15.0%

Forgery

2,005

17.9%

Fraud

1,171

10.4%

288

2.6%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug

44.5%

11,226

Drug Possession

8,846

84.6%

Drug Delivery

1,592

15.2%

17

0.2%

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total

41.5%

10,455

Commercialized/Sex Offense

548

16.8%

DWI

228

7.0%

1,487

45.5%

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

228

7.0%

Family Offense

296

9.0%

12

0.4%

Obstruction/Public Order

236

7.2%

Weapons Offense

113

3.5%

Other

123

3.8%

Escape/Evading Arrest

Other

1.0%

256

Sex Offense Against a Child

Other Total
Total

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13.0%

3,271
25,208

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Prison and State Jail New Receives by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

Total

Harris

5,891

6,408

12,299

Dallas

3,459

2,462

5,921

Tarrant

2,637

1,929

4,566

Bexar

2,241

1,773

4,014

Travis

1,292

1,351

2,643

El Paso

657

235

892

Hidalgo

1,190

565

1,755

Collin

367

334

701

Denton

361

199

560

Fort Bend

298

129

427

Montgomery

485

159

644

Cameron

285

168

453

Williamson

384

344

728

Nueces

545

391

936

Brazoria

306

160

466

Galveston

441

291

732

Bell

447

309

756

Lubbock

535

274

809

Jefferson

459

313

772

Webb

122

34

156

11,024

7,380

15,959

33,426

25,208

58,634

All Others
Total

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Prison and State Jail New Receives by Sentence Length
Prison

Total24

State Jail

6 Months and Less

N/A

9,044

9,044

7 to 12 Months

N/A

10,847

10,847

13 to 18 Months

N/A

3,543

3,543

19 to 24 Months

N/A

1,770

1,770

8,721

N/A

8,721

3 to 5 Years

13,560

N/A

13,560

6 to 10 Years

7,058

N/A

7,058

11 to 20 Years

2,500

N/A

2,500

21 to 30 Years

594

N/A

594

31 to 40 Years

267

N/A

267

41 to 59 Years

201

N/A

201

60 Years and More

184

N/A

184

Life

229

N/A

229

Capital Life

61

N/A

61

Life Without Parole

37

N/A

37

Death

14

N/A

14

0

4

4

33,426

25,208

58,634

2 Years and Less

Unclassified
Total
24

The above does not include 196 new commitments to TDCJ for offenders already incarcerated
in TDCJ. Also, 2,597 offenders released from TDCJ on parole were revoked and received a new
commitment. Another offender currently serving time also received a new commitment to Death
Row.

Prison and State Jail New Receives by Average Sentence Length
(in Years)
Violent

Property

Drug

Other

Total

Prison

9.3

5.2

5.9

4.8

6.6

State Jail

0.9

0.9

0.8

0.8

0.9

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Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by Offense of Record
Number
Homicide

199

13.5%

24

1.6%

113

7.6%

55

3.7%

Robbery

664

44.9%

Assault/Terroristic Threat

424

28.7%

Kidnapping
Sexual Assault
Violent

Sexual Assault Against Child

Violent Total
Arson

Property

15.8%
1.5%

Burglary

2,366

72.4%

Larceny

372

11.4%

Stolen Vehicle

232

7.1%

Forgery

193

5.9%

49

1.5%

6

0.2%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

3,268

34.8%

Drug Possession

2,003

60.9%

Drug Delivery

1,195

36.3%

90

2.7%

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

Other

1,479
50

Fraud

Drug

Percentage

3,288

35.0%

11

0.8%

DWI

598

44.4%

Escape/Evading Arrest

112

8.3%

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

23

1.7%

Family Offense

13

1.0%

Sex Offense Against a Child

180

13.4%

Obstruction/Public Order

156

11.6%

Weapons Offense

197

14.6%

56

4.2%

Other
Other Total
Total

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1,346

14.3%

9,381

100.0%

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Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by County of Conviction
Prison
Harris

1,838

Dallas

1,088

Tarrant

652

Bexar

591

Travis

275

El Paso

143

Hidalgo

179

Collin

87

Denton

102

Fort Bend

62

Montgomery

102

Cameron

144

Williamson

83

Nueces

154

Brazoria

85

Galveston

129

Bell

142

Lubbock

146

Jefferson

216

Webb

27

All Others

3,136
Total

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9,381

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Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations
by Sentence Length
Prison
6 Months and Less

N/A

7 to 12 Months

N/A

13 to 18 Months

N/A

19 to 24 Months

N/A

2 Years and Less

665

3 to 5 Years

2,286

6 to 10 Years

2,352

11 to 20 Years

2,416

21 to 30 Years

1,106

31 to 40 Years

260

41 to 59 Years

148

60 Years and More

62

Life

84

Capital Life

2
Total

9,381

Prison Parole/DMS/MS Revocations by Average Sentence Length
(in Years)
Prison

Violent

Property

Drug

Other

Total

17.4

14.7

12.2

7.6

13.2

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TDCJ Releases and Departures by Type
Category

Total Releases by Incarceration Type

Percent of Releases by
Incarceration Type

Prison
Discharges
Releases to Community Supervision
Releases to Parole/DMS/MS
Releases to Parole

18,749

Releases to DMS

10,477

Releases to MS

8,928

21.4%

652

1.6%

32,228

77.1%

41,808

100.0%

24,490

98.9%

263

1.1%

3,002
Total

State Jail
Discharges
Releases to Community Supervision
Total

24,753

100.0%

4,853

88.7%

618

11.3%

5,471

100.0%

SAFP
Releases to Community Supervision
Releases to Parole Supervision
Total

Total TDCJ Releases

25

Departures

Total FY06 Releases and Departures
25

72,032

3,118

75,150

Departures are transfers among the agency, bench warrants that did not return in FY 2007, deaths, and executions.

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TDCJ FY 2007 Monthly Releases and Departures by Type
Category

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06 Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

Apr-07

May-07 Jun-07

Jul-07

Aug-07

Total

Prison
Releases to Community Supervision
Releases to Parole/DMS/MS
Parole
DMS
MS
Discharges
Total

63

65

64

72

51

50

60

43

61

35

52

36

652

2,372

2,529

2,148

2,815

2,871

2,406

2,826

2,695

2,838

3,022

3,209

2,497

32,228

1,229

1,410

1,173

1,586

1,594

1,379

1,535

1,624

1,644

2,013

2,155

1,407

18,749

845

834

733

977

1,033

794

1,034

813

942

787

837

848

10,477

298

285

242

252

244

233

257

258

252

222

217

242

3,002

744

676

705

646

653

690

795

752

799

821

748

899

8,928

3,179

3,270

2,917

3,533

3,575

3,146

3,681

3,490

3,698

3,878

4,009

3,432

41,808

State Jail
Releases to Community Supervision
Discharges
Total

18

28

25

24

26

17

20

19

24

26

25

11

263

2,094

2,129

2,177

2,196

2,007

1,840

2,104

1,938

1,926

1,884

1,935

2,260

24,490

2,112

2,157

2,202

2,220

2,033

1,857

2,124

1,957

1,950

1,910

1,960

2,271

24,753

SAFP
Releases to Parole Supervision
Releases to Community Supervision
Total

Total TDCJ Releases

Departures26

54

40

75

52

42

28

60

45

66

58

52

46

618

390

392

353

373

422

431

409

427

409

433

398

416

4,853

444

432

428

425

464

459

469

472

475

491

450

462

5,471

5,735

5,859

5,547

6,178

6,072

5,462

6,274

5,919

6,123

6,279

6,419

6,165

72,032

114

176

117

228

173

189

226

187

295

331

397

685

3,118

Total TDCJ Releases and Departures
26

Departures are transfers among the agency, bench warrants that did not return in FY 2007, deaths, and executions.

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75,150
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TDCJ Total Releases by Age and Gender
Male

% Male

14 to 16 Years

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

2

100.0%

0

0.0%

2

0.0%

56

96.6%

2

3.4%

58

0.1%

18 to 19 Years

1,431

91.9%

126

8.1%

1,557

2.2%

20 to 29 Years

22,438

86.9%

3,374

13.1%

25,812

35.8%

30 to 39 Years

16,866

82.2%

3,645

17.8%

20,511

28.5%

40 to 49 Years

14,122

82.4%

3,024

17.6%

17,146

23.8%

50 to 59 Years

5,211

89.4%

621

10.6%

5,832

8.1%

60 Years and More

1,055

94.7%

59

5.3%

1,114

1.5%

61,181

84.9%

10,851

15.1%

72,032

100.0%

17 Years

Total
Youngest

16

17

Oldest

87

79

34.8

35.3

Average

34.9

TDCJ Total Releases by Race and Gender
Male

% Male

Female

% Female

Total

% Total

Black

21,520

85.2%

3,737

14.8%

25,257

35.1%

White

19,761

79.7%

5,023

20.3%

24,784

34.4%

Hispanic

19,601

90.6%

2,043

9.4%

21,644

30.0%

Other

299

85.3%

48

14.7%

347

0.5%

Total

61,181

84.9%

10,851

15.1%

72,032

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TDCJ Total Releases by Offense of Record
Prison

Violent

Total %

19

36

837

Kidnapping

121

13

7

141

Sexual Assault

639

0

0

639

Sexual Assault Against Child

871

0

0

871

Robbery

3,428

0

295

3,723

Assault/Terroristic Threat

4,720

207

677

5,604

10,561

239

1,015

11,815

232

2

26

260

Burglary

6,333

1,728

786

8,847

Larceny

1,227

4,137

186

5,550

Stolen Vehicle

428

1,676

82

2,186

Forgery

554

2,008

195

2,757

Fraud

244

1,064

64

1,372

42

257

18

317

9,060

10,872

1,357

21,289

Drug Possession

9,014

8,600

1,724

19,338

Drug Delivery

3,660

1,912

356

5,928

566

15

107

688

13,240

10,527

2,187

25,954

59

565

21

645

4,202

185

580

4,967

Escape/Evading Arrest

442

1,410

71

1,923

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

412

178

7

597

Family Offense

136

299

39

474

Sex Offense Against a Child

937

7

0

944

Obstruction/Public Order

955

247

93

1,295

1,254

105

55

1,414

550

119

46

715

8,947

3,115

912

12,974

18.0%

41,808

24,753

5,471

72,032

100.0%

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense
DWI

Other

Total

782

Arson

Drug

SAFP

Homicide

Violent Total

Property

State Jail

Weapons Offense
Other
Other Total
Total

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16.4%

29.6%

36.0%

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

TDCJ Total Releases by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

SAFP

Total

Harris

7,790

6,963

415

15,168

Dallas

5,030

2,574

719

8,323

Tarrant

3,124

1,694

236

5,054

Bexar

2,647

1,691

203

4,541

Travis

1,658

1,295

91

3,044

El Paso

970

251

42

1,263

Hidalgo

1,207

521

131

1,859

Collin

419

276

85

780

Denton

627

235

37

899

Fort Bend

291

123

40

454

Montgomery

523

193

78

794

Cameron

467

176

112

755

Williamson

367

278

37

682

Nueces

564

342

234

1,140

Brazoria

416

176

23

615

Galveston

605

349

17

971

Bell

489

287

82

858

Lubbock

666

289

61

1,016

Jefferson

649

311

115

1,075

Webb

130

28

25

183

13,169

6,701

2,688

22,558

41,808

24,753

5,471

72,032

All Others
Total

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Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Sentence Length
Prison

State Jail

Total

27

6 Months and Less

N/A

9,036

9,036

7 to 12 Months

N/A

10,645

10,645

13 to 18 Months

N/A

3,323

3,323

19 to 24 Months

N/A

1,747

1,747

9,488

N/A

9,488

3 to 5 Years

15,503

N/A

15,503

6 to 10 Years

9,002

N/A

9,002

11 to 20 Years

4,972

N/A

4,972

21 to 30 Years

1,724

N/A

1,724

31 to 40 Years

442

N/A

442

41 to 59 Years

257

N/A

257

60 Years and More

225

N/A

225

Life

190

N/A

190

Capital Life

4

0

4

Death28

1

0

1

Unclassified

0

2

2

41,808

24,753

66,561

2 Years and Less

Total
27

These totals do not include 5,471 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is based on
program length. The current program is six (6) months.
28

One Death Row offender was discharged by court order.

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Time Served
Community
Supervision

Discharge
Prison

State Jail

Prison

Parole

DMS

MS

Prison

Prison

Prison

Total

State Jail

6 Months and Less

3

8,897

304

199

365

114

103

9,985

7 to 12 Months

5

10,620

294

40

3,407

2,569

67

17,002

13 to 18 Months

8

3,344

46

13

2,707

1,693

44

7,855

19 to 24 Months

2,709

1,622

4

7

2,627

1,586

44

8,599

3 to 5 Years

3,853

0

4

0

4,729

3,671

213

12,470

6 to 10 Years

1,816

0

0

0

2,365

740

791

5,712

11 to 20 Years

529

0

0

0

2,357

103

1,585

4,574

21 to 30 Years

2

0

0

0

175

1

151

329

31 to 40 Years

2

0

0

0

16

0

4

22

41 to 59 Years

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

60 Years and More

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Unclassified

0

7

0

4

0

0

0

11

8,928

24,490

652

263

18,749

10,477

3,002

66,561

Total

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Total Releases by Percent
of Sentence Served and Release Type
Prison

State Jail

Community
Supervision29

8.2%

59.8%

Parole

43.6%

N/A

DMS

56.9%

N/A

MS

73.8%

N/A

Discharge

100.0%

100.0%

Total

59.0%

96.7%

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
29
Supervision

9.6%

8.2%

7.4%

7.5%

55.8%

62.1%

61.5%

48.2%

Parole

63.8%

42.5%

37.1%

39.1%

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

DMS

61.3%

57.9%

54.7%

56.8%

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

MS

71.5%

75.5%

76.7%

67.2%

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

80.3%

58.1%

47.5%

59.2%

98.8%

98.9%

98.8%

98.6%

Drug

68.3%

61.7%

61.4%

80.5%

Discharge

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Total

87.5%

78.8%

87.2%

98.8%

75.4%

Total

Property

Parole

Other

Violent

Indecency
with a
Child

Prison Total Releases by Percent of Sentence Served for 3G
Offenses by Release Type30

68.3%

100.0% 100.0%
97.2%

88.5%

29

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 (6) months before release regardless of their
sentence length.
30

3G offenders are not currently eligible to be released from prison on DMS or MS.

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Discharges by Offense of Record
Prison
Homicide

216

49

13

62

Sexual Assault

398

0

398

Sexual Assault Against Child

689

0

689

Robbery

1,362

0

1,362

Assault/Terroristic Threat

2,242

205

2,447

4,937

237

5,174

52

2

54

Burglary

833

1,711

2,544

Larceny

168

4,112

4,280

Stolen Vehicle

55

1,665

1,720

Forgery

69

1,992

2,061

Fraud

19

1,053

1,072

3

254

257

1,199

10,789

11,988

Drug Possession

643

8,478

9,121

Drug Delivery

235

1,894

2,129

26

15

41

904

10,387

11,291

12

564

576

DWI

268

182

450

Escape/Evading Arrest

100

1,394

1,494

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

303

176

479

50

292

342

Sex Offense Against a Child

588

7

595

Obstruction/Public Order

179

241

420

Weapons Offense

310

105

415

78

116

194

1,888

3,077

4,965

14.9%

8,928

24,490

33,418

100.0%

Arson

Stolen/Damaged Property
Property Total

Drug

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense

Other

Total %

19

Violent Total

Property

Total

197

Kidnapping

Violent

State Jail

Family Offense

Other
Other Total
Total

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15.5%

35.9%

33.8%

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Discharges by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

Total

Harris

1,696

6,961

8,657

Dallas

1,402

2,568

3,970

Tarrant

767

1,690

2,457

Bexar

466

1,682

2,148

Travis

486

1,293

1,779

El Paso

306

251

557

Hidalgo

312

521

833

77

274

351

124

234

358

Fort Bend

86

123

209

Montgomery

92

193

285

106

175

281

42

276

318

Nueces

141

337

478

Brazoria

101

176

277

Galveston

169

349

518

64

268

332

Lubbock

134

289

423

Jefferson

106

246

352

44

28

72

2,207

6,556

8,763

8,928

24,490

33,418

Collin
Denton

Cameron
Williamson

Bell

Webb
All Others
Total

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Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Discharges by Sentence Length
Prison

State Jail

Total

6 Months and Less

N/A

8,941

8,941

7 to 12 Months

N/A

10,604

10,604

13 to 18 Months

N/A

3,294

3,294

19 to 24 Months

N/A

1,649

1,649

2 Years and Less

2,795

N/A

2,795

3 to 5 Years

3,800

N/A

3,800

6 to 10 Years

1,805

N/A

1,805

11 to 20 Years

518

N/A

518

21 to 30 Years

3

N/A

3

31 to 40 Years

3

N/A

3

41 to 59 Years

0

N/A

0

60 Years and More

3

N/A

3

Death31

1

0

1

Unclassified

0

2

2

8,928

24,490

33,418

Total
31

One Death Row offender was discharged by court order.

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Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

TDCJ Releases to Community Supervision by Offense of Record
Prison
Homicide

Violent

Drug

Total

Total %

0

22

34

Kidnapping

0

0

7

7

Sexual Assault

2

0

0

2

Sexual Assault Against Child

3

0

0

3

Robbery

80

0

240

320

Assault/Terroristic Threat

84

2

665

751

Violent Total

181

2

934

1,117

11

0

22

33

Burglary

136

17

630

783

Larceny

20

25

165

210

Stolen Vehicle

0

11

71

82

Forgery

2

16

179

197

Fraud

6

11

61

78

Stolen/Damaged Property

5

3

18

26

Property Total

180

83

1,146

1,409

Drug Possession

93

122

1,571

1,786

Drug Delivery

99

18

233

350

7

0

100

107

199

140

1,904

2,243

1

1

20

22

25

3

559

587

Escape/Evading Arrest

4

16

67

87

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

3

2

7

12

Family Offense

3

7

38

48

Sex Offense Against a Child

6

0

0

6

Obstruction/Public Order

27

6

85

118

Weapons Offense

13

0

50

63

Other

10

3

43

56

92

38

869

999

17.3%

652

263

4,853

5,768

100.0%

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense
DWI

Other

SAFP

12

Arson

Property

State Jail

Other Total
Total
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19.4%

24.4%

38.9%

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TDCJ Releases to Community Supervision by County of Conviction
Prison

State Jail

SAFP

Total

Harris

24

2

310

336

Dallas

88

6

687

781

Tarrant

22

4

217

243

Bexar

55

9

154

218

Travis

48

2

80

130

El Paso

2

0

33

35

Hidalgo

24

0

127

151

Collin

2

2

82

86

Denton

4

1

29

34

Fort Bend

3

0

36

39

11

0

75

86

Cameron

6

1

106

113

Williamson

8

2

31

41

Nueces

8

5

214

227

Brazoria

5

0

17

22

Galveston

5

0

10

15

36

19

66

121

Lubbock

6

0

49

55

Jefferson

2

65

91

158

Webb

4

0

20

24

All Others

289

145

2,419

2,853

Total

652

263

4,853

5,768

Montgomery

Bell

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and State Jail Releases to Community Supervision
by Sentence Length
Prison

State Jail

Total

6 Months and Less

N/A

95

95

7 to 12 Months

N/A

41

41

13 to 18 Months

N/A

29

29

19 to 24 Months

N/A

98

98

15

N/A

15

3 to 5 Years

122

N/A

122

6 to 10 Years

514

N/A

514

11 to 20 Years

1

N/A

1

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

652

263

915

2 Years and Less

Total32
32

These totals do not include 4,853 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length for SAFP offenders is
based on program length. The current program is six (6) months.

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and SAFP Releases to Parole Supervision33 by Offense of Record
Prison
Homicide

Drug

587

72

0

72

Sexual Assault

239

0

239

Sexual Assault Against Child

179

0

179

Robbery

1,986

55

2,041

Assault/Terroristic Threat

2,394

12

2,406

Violent Total

5,443

81

5,524

169

4

173

Burglary

5,364

156

5,520

Larceny

1,039

21

1,060

Stolen Vehicle

373

11

384

Forgery

483

16

499

Fraud

219

3

222

Stolen/Damaged Property

34

0

34

Property Total

7,681

211

7,892

Drug Possession

8,278

153

8,431

Drug Delivery

3,326

123

3,449

533

7

540

12,137

283

12,420

46

1

47

3,909

21

3,930

Escape/Evading Arrest

338

4

342

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

106

0

106

83

1

84

Sex Offense Against a Child

343

0

343

Obstruction/Public Order

749

8

757

Weapons Offense

931

5

936

Other

462

3

465

6,967

43

7,010

21.34%

32,228

618

32,846

100.00%

Drug Offense-Other
Drug Total
Commercialized/Sex Offense
DWI

Other

Family Offense

Other Total
Total
33

Total %

14

Arson

Property

Total

573

Kidnapping

Violent

SAFP

16.82%

24.03%

37.81%

Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS.

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison and SAFP Releases to Parole Supervision34
by County of Conviction
Prison

SAFP

Total

Harris

6,070

105

6,175

Dallas

3,540

32

3,572

Tarrant

2,335

19

2,354

Bexar

2,126

49

2,175

Travis

1,124

11

1,135

El Paso

662

9

671

Hidalgo

871

4

875

Collin

340

3

343

Denton

499

8

507

Fort Bend

202

4

206

Montgomery

420

3

423

Cameron

355

6

361

Williamson

317

6

323

Nueces

415

20

435

Brazoria

310

6

316

Galveston

431

7

438

Bell

389

16

405

Lubbock

526

12

538

Jefferson

541

24

565

82

5

87

10,673

269

10,942

32,228

618

32,846

Webb
All Others
Total
34

Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS.

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Fiscal Year 2007 Statistical Report

Prison Releases to Parole Supervision35
by Sentence Length
Prison
2 Years and Less

6,678

3 to 5 Years

11,581

6 to 10 Years

6,683

11 to 20 Years

4,453

21 to 30 Years

1,721

31 to 40 Years

439

41 to 59 Years

257

60 Years and More

222

Life

190

Capital Life

4
Total

35

36

32,228

Releases to Parole Supervision include releases via parole, DMS, and MS.

36

These totals do not include 618 SAFP offenders. Average sentence length
for SAFP offenders is based on program length. The current program is six
(6) months.

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Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Executive Services
P.O. Box 99

Huntsville, TX 77342-0299

936.437.6144
www.tdcj.state.tx.us

 

 

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