|Youthful Offender Population (YO) on June 30, 2016|
|Central Florida Reception Center-Main||6||-||29||35|
|Florida Women's Reception Center||1||-||-||1|
|Lake City Correctional Facility (Private)||342||1||530||873|
|North West Florida Reception Center-Annex||2||-||3||5|
|Reception and Medical Center-Main Unit||24||-||24||48|
|South Florida Reception Center||20||-||11||31|
|Sumter Basic Training Unit||29||-||15||44|
|Work Release Centers||43||-||43||86|
|All Other Facilities||26||-||10||36|
Section 958.04, F.S., authorizes the court to sentence as a youthful offender any person:
Section 958.11(4), F.S., authorizes the DC to classify as a youthful offender any person:
In addition to the above, s. 958.11(6), F.S., authorizes the Department to assign inmates 19 or younger (except capital or life felons) to youthful offender facilities if the Department determines that the inmate's mental or physical vulnerability would substantially or materially jeopardize his or her safety in a non-youthful offender facility.
Section 944.1905(5)(a), F.S., mandates that the Department assign any inmate under 18 not meeting the provisions of chapter 958 to a youthful offender facility. Such inmates are assigned to youthful offender facilities until at least age 18, but may remain assigned until age 21 if the Department determines that continued assignment is in the best interests of the inmate and the assignment does not pose an unreasonable risk to other inmates in the facility.