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Pasco County jail special report: inmate statistics

The inmates (on June 24, 2009)

76.5% of prisoners were male

23.5% of prisoners were female

30 median age of men

31 median age of women

19 most common age for men

25 most common age for women

47 median number of days a prisoner stays

77% had at least one prior arrest

33.7% had three or more priors

75.4% of the inmates are from Pasco County

18.2%of the inmates are from outside
Pasco County

5.8% of the inmates have no known address

21% of the men face drug charges

37.2% of the women face drug charges

39.4% of the men violated probation

54.4% of the women violated probation

19.7% of men are charged with a violent crime

3.3% of women are charged with a violent crime

46% of the inmates take medications

21% of the inmates are prescribed psychotic drugs

$43K is the monthly cost of inmates' medications

Pasco County jail special report: inmate statistics 08/08/09 [Last modified: Saturday, August 8, 2009 2:43pm]
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