Florida Department of Corrections
In order to keep more sex offenders from congregating overnight on the sidewalk in one Shorecrest neighborhood, Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff thinks he’s found the solution.
The Florida Department of Corrections is launching a new automated system to alert residents living near a state correctional facility in the event of an emergency.
A former Miami resident and fugitive wanted in Florida for more than a decade for violating probation, is now accused of beating a 9-year-old Indiana girl to death and then dismembering her body.
Almost three months after being released from jail, Casey Anthony has reported that she’s unemployed and not attending any therapy or mental health sessions.
A Leon County circuit judge has blocked a plan to privatize 29 Florida prison facilities, claiming the way the law authorized the change violated the Florida constitution. The state had planned to seek bids on the program Friday, but that was immediately canceled by the ruling.
A Florida murderer who escaped from prison more than three decades ago while serving a life sentence has been recaptured in Montrose County, Colorado.
In an effort to reduce healthcare costs at state prisons the Florida Department of Corrections is moving to make sure their facilities are smoke-free by September.
The family of a dying inmate will ask the Florida parole commission on Wednesday to release her from prison and allow her to go home to her family.