Criminal and Juvenile Justice

Children and Families, Department of
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 12-12 Registered Sex Offenders in Florida Communities Increased to Over 23,000; Transient Offenders Present Challenges (December 2012)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)
Report No. 08-10 The Delays in Screening Sexually Violent Predators Increase Costs; Treatment Facility Security Enhanced (March 2008)
Report No. 04-73 Most Adult Protection Working Agreements Signed, But Have Had Limited Effectiveness (October 2004)
Report No. 04-63 Progress Report: Sexually Violent Predator Program Is Reducing Backlog, But Still Not Timely (August 2004)
Report No. 02-54 Progress Report: Delays Reduced But Persist in the State's Juvenile Competency Program (October 2002)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 99-36 The Sexually Violent Predator Program's Assessment Process Continues to Evolve (February 2000)

Corrections, Department of
Report No. 13-08 Prison Volunteer Survey Indicates Overall Satisfaction and Potential for Expanded Roles (April 2013)
Report No. 12-12 Registered Sex Offenders in Florida Communities Increased to Over 23,000; Transient Offenders Present Challenges (December 2012)
Report No. 11-27 Pretrial Release Programs Generally Comply with Statutory Data Collection Requirements (December 2011)
Report No. 11-21 Expansion Drug Courts Serving More Prison-Bound Offenders, but Will Not Fully Expend Federal Funds (November 2011)
Report No. 10-54 Without Changes, Expansion Drug Courts Unlikely to Realize Expected Cost Savings (October 2010)
Report No. 10-39 Zero Tolerance Policy Rescinded and Alternatives Implemented to Address Technical Violations (April 2010)
Report No. 10-27 Intermediate Sanctions for Non-Violent Offenders Could Produce Savings (March 2010)
Report No. 10-08 Pretrial Release Programs’ Compliance With New Reporting Requirements Is Mixed (January 2010)
Report No. 09-44 Department of Corrections Should Maximize Use of Best Practices in Inmate Rehabilitation Efforts (December 2009)
Report No. 09-38 Faith- and Character-Based Prison Initiative Yields Institutional Benefits; Effect on Recidivism Modest (October 2009)
Report No. 09-07 Steps to Control Prison Inmate Health Care Costs Have Begun to Show Savings (January 2009)
Report No. 08-71 While DMS Has Improved Monitoring, It Needs to Strengthen Private Prison Oversight and Contracts (December 2008)
Report No. 08-60 Sex Offender Registration and Public Notification Improved; Some Aspects of the Process Could Be Streamlined (October 2008)
Report No. 08-20 Corrections’ Contraband Effort Is Sound; Cell Phone Penalties and Warden Consistency Are Needed (April 2008)
Report No. 08-16 Alternative Placements for the Correctional Education Program Would Be More Costly (March 2008)
Report No. 08-12 Several Alternatives Could Be Used to Reduce Increasing Imprisonment of Persons Driving with Suspended Licenses (March 2008)
Report No. 08-10 The Delays in Screening Sexually Violent Predators Increase Costs; Treatment Facility Security Enhanced (March 2008)
Report No. 07-42 Electronic Monitoring Expanded to Target Communities’ More Dangerous Offenders (November 2007)
Report No. 07-17 Higher Priority Should Be Given to Transition Services to Reduce Inmate Recidivism (February 2007)
Report No. 07-16 Some Inmate Family Visitation Practices Are Not Meeting the Legislature’s Intent (February 2007)
Report No. 07-15 Corrections Experiences Turnover and Vacancies, But Performance Not Diminished (February 2007)
Report No. 07-14 Corrections Rehabilitative Programs Effective, But Serve Only a Portion of the Eligible Population (February 2007)
Report No. 07-13 Department of Corrections Zero Tolerance Policy Increases Offender Scrutiny But Is Not Based on Risk to Public Safety (February 2007)
Report No. 06-67 Progress Report: PRIDE Is Tightening Its Business Practices but Needs Greater Transparency (October 2006)
Report No. 06-37 Several Deficiencies Hinder the Supervision of Offenders in the Community Corrections Program (April 2006)
Report No. 06-15 Parole Commission Operations Consistent with Its Mission; Clemency Workload Needs to Be Addressed (February 2006)
Report No. 05-19 Electronic Monitoring Should Be Better Targeted to the Most Dangerous Offenders (April 2005)
Report No. 04-69 Correctional Substance Abuse Programs, While Few, Are Reasonably Efficient and Effective (October 2004)
Report No. 04-61 Progress Report: Inmate Health Care Consolidation Progressing; Privatization Requires Agency Vigilance (August 2004)
Report No. 04-60 Progress Report: Corrections Program Still Challenged by Inmate Idleness, Prison Planning, and Fleet Maintenance (August 2004)
Report No. 04-59 Progress Report: Corrections Education and Rehabilitative Programs Significantly Reduced (August 2004)
Report No. 04-58 Progress Report: More Efficient Use of Probation Officers and Prioritization of Victim Restitution Needed (August 2004)
Report No. 04-50 Project HOPE Helped Break the Cycle of Prostitution and Solicitation, But Had Implementation Problems (August 2004)
Report No. 03-68 PRIDE Benefits the State but Needs to Improve Transparency in Operations (December 2003)
Report No. 02-096 Information Brief: Improvements Needed in Cost Management For Corrections Health Services and Overtime (November 2001)
Report No. 01-55 Budget Reductions, Process Improvements Possible in Parole Commission Operations (November 2001)
Report No. 00-23 Review of the Department of Corrections (December 2000)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 99-17 Department of Corrections Reorganization (December 1999)
Report No. 98-69 Follow-up Report on the Department of Corrections' Correctional Officer Staffing (February 1999)
Report No. 98-25 Follow-Up Report on Inmate Health Services Within the Department of Corrections (December 1998)
Report No. 97-56 Follow-Up Report on the Gadsden Correctional Institution (March 1998)
Report No. 97-51 Follow-Up Report on the Inmate Idleness Reduction Activities Administered by the Department of Corrections (February 1998)
Report No. 97-13 Follow-up Report on Reincarceration in Florida's Prisons Administered by the Department of Corrections (October 1997)
Report No. 96-70 Follow-up Report on the Institutional Substance Abuse Treatment Program Administered by the Department of Corrections (March 1997)
Report No. 96-64 Follow-up Report on the Inmate Intake Process Administered by the Department of Corrections (March 1997)
Report No. 96-51 Follow-up Report on the Community Work Squad Program Within the Department of Corrections (February 1997)
Report No. 96-46 Follow-up Report on the Inmate Welfare Trust Fund & Institution-Based Accounts Administered by the Department of Corrections (February 1997)
Report No. 96-22 Review of Inmate Health Services Within the Department of Corrections (November 1996)
Report No. 96-07 Information Brief On The Rehiring of Correctional Officers Within the Department of Corrections (September 1996)
Report No. 95-48 Performance Audit of the Gadsden Correctional Institution (April 1996)
Report No. 95-28 Policy Review of the Department of Corrections' Correctional Officer Staffing (January 1996)
Report No. 95-27 Policy Review of Inmate Idleness Reduction Activities Administered by the Department of Corrections (January 1996)
Report No. 95-26 Review of Prison Population Forecasting in Florida (January 1996)
Report No. 95-06 Policy Review of Reincarceration in Florida's Prisons Administered by the Department of Corrections (September 1995)
Report No. 94-36 Status Report on Boot Camps in Florida Administered by the Department of Corrections and Department of Juvenile Justice (February 1995)
Report No. 94-31 Performance Audit of the Community Work Squad Program Administered by the Department of Corrections (February 1995)
Report No. 94-26 Performance Review of the Inmate Intake Process Administered by the Department of Corrections (January 1995)
Report No. 94-21 Performance Audit of the Inmate Welfare Trust Fund and Institution-Based Accounts Administered by the Department of Corrections (December 1994)
Report No. 12228 Performance Audit of the Prison Industries Program Administered by Prison Rehabilitative Industries and Diversified Enterprises, Inc. (January 1994)
Report No. 12226 Performance Audit of the Implementation of Control Release Supervision Administered by the Florida Parole Commission and the Department of Corrections (January 1994)
Report No. 12225 Performance Audit of the Correctional Education School Authority (January 1994)
Report No. 94-12 A Performance Audit of the Institutional Substance Abuse Treatment Program Administered by the Department of Corrections (November 1994)
Report No. 12191 Performance Audit of the Efforts to Identify, Prevent, and Treat Infectious Diseases by the Department of Corrections (November 1993)
Report No. 12143 Performance Audit of the Inmate Classification Program Administered by the Department of Corrections (July 1993)

Economic Opportunity, Department of
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 07-30 Progress Report: The Legislature and the Department of Health Have Strengthened Public Health Preparedness (May 2007)

Education, Department of
Report No. 10-55 Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training (October 2010)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 10-07 Youth Entering the State’s Juvenile Justice Programs Have Substantial Educational Deficits; Available Data Is Insufficient to Assess Learning Gains of Students (January 2010)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-16 Alternative Placements for the Correctional Education Program Would Be More Costly (March 2008)
Report No. 99-56 Progress Report: Many Steps Taken to Improve Education at Florida's Juvenile Justice Facilities (June 2000)
Report No. 98-28 Review of Education Services in Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities (December 1998)

Financial Services, Department of
Report No. 01-31 Fire Marshal Program Performs Well; Boiler Safety Function, Measures Need Improvement (June 2001)

Florida Parole Commission
Report No. 06-15 Parole Commission Operations Consistent with Its Mission; Clemency Workload Needs to Be Addressed (February 2006)
Report No. 01-55 Budget Reductions, Process Improvements Possible in Parole Commission Operations (November 2001)
Report No. 95-44 Information Brief of Control Release Workload of the Florida Parole Commission (March 1996)
Report No. 12226 Performance Audit of the Implementation of Control Release Supervision Administered by the Florida Parole Commission and the Department of Corrections (January 1994)

Governor, Executive Office of the
Report No. 06-15 Parole Commission Operations Consistent with Its Mission; Clemency Workload Needs to Be Addressed (February 2006)

Health Care Administration, Agency for
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)

Health, Department of
Report No. 12-02 Opinions Are Mixed About Sentencing Laws for Painkiller Trafficking (January 2012)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 07-30 Progress Report: The Legislature and the Department of Health Have Strengthened Public Health Preparedness (May 2007)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)

Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Department of
Report No. 14-07 Options Exist to Modify Use of Driver License Suspension for Non-Driving-Related Reasons (February 2014)
Report No. 12-12 Registered Sex Offenders in Florida Communities Increased to Over 23,000; Transient Offenders Present Challenges (December 2012)

Judicial System
Report No. 14-07 Options Exist to Modify Use of Driver License Suspension for Non-Driving-Related Reasons (February 2014)
Report No. 14-02 Expansion Drug Courts Can Produce Positive Outcomes Through Prison Diversion and Reduced Recidivism (January 2014)
Report No. 13-12 Most Pretrial Release Programs Continue to Be Compliant with Statutory Reporting Requirements (December 2013)
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 12-13 Most Pretrial Release Programs Continue to Comply with Statutory Reporting Requirements (December 2012)
Report No. 12-02 Opinions Are Mixed About Sentencing Laws for Painkiller Trafficking (January 2012)
Report No. 11-27 Pretrial Release Programs Generally Comply with Statutory Data Collection Requirements (December 2011)
Report No. 11-21 Expansion Drug Courts Serving More Prison-Bound Offenders, but Will Not Fully Expend Federal Funds (November 2011)
Report No. 10-66 Pretrial Release Programs’ Data Collection Methods and Requirements Could Improve (December 2010)
Report No. 10-54 Without Changes, Expansion Drug Courts Unlikely to Realize Expected Cost Savings (October 2010)
Report No. 10-39 Zero Tolerance Policy Rescinded and Alternatives Implemented to Address Technical Violations (April 2010)
Report No. 10-27 Intermediate Sanctions for Non-Violent Offenders Could Produce Savings (March 2010)
Report No. 10-11A Clerk and Court State Funded Court-Related 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget Information (January 2010)
Report No. 10-11 Little Duplication in Court-Related Services; Clerk/Court Cooperation Should Be Improved (January 2010)
Report No. 10-08 Pretrial Release Programs’ Compliance With New Reporting Requirements Is Mixed (January 2010)
Report No. 09-13 State’s Drug Courts Could Expand to Target Prison-Bound Adult Offenders (March 2009)
Report No. 09-06 Judicial Case Management Practices Vary Throughout State; Better Case Data Needed (January 2009)
Report No. 08-75 Pretrial Release Programs Vary Across the State; New Reporting Requirements Pose Challenges (December 2008)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)
Report No. 06-15 Parole Commission Operations Consistent with Its Mission; Clemency Workload Needs to Be Addressed (February 2006)
Report No. 05-19 Electronic Monitoring Should Be Better Targeted to the Most Dangerous Offenders (April 2005)
Report No. 01-64 Justice Administrative Commission, State Attorneys, and Public Defenders (December 2001)
Report No. 01-52 Performance of Collateral Counsels Improved; Registry Accountability Needs to Be Revisited (November 2001)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 12384 Performance Audit of the Use of Non-Prison Sanctions Under Florida's Sentencing Guidelines in the Second Judicial Circuit (July 1994)

Juvenile Justice, Department of
Report No. 10-55 Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training (October 2010)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 10-42 Steps Taken to Improve Juvenile Justice Direct-Care Staff Screening and Training (May 2010)
Report No. 10-38 Redirection Saves $51.2 Million and Continues to Reduce Recidivism (April 2010)
Report No. 10-07 Youth Entering the State’s Juvenile Justice Programs Have Substantial Educational Deficits; Available Data Is Insufficient to Assess Learning Gains of Students (January 2010)
Report No. 09-27 Redirection Saves $36.4 Million and Avoids $5.2 Million in Recommitment and Prison Costs (May 2009)
Report No. 09-01 DJJ Should Monitor Network and PACE Administrative Services and Revise Policies to Serve Appropriate Youth (January 2009)
Report No. 08-56 DJJ Should Use Evidence-Based Practices to Address Juvenile Gang Involvement (October 2008)
Report No. 08-41 Redirection Program Achieves Lower Recidivism and a $14.4-Million Cost Savings Compared to DJJ Commitment (June 2008)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-07 DJJ Should Better Identify At-Risk Youth, Use Proven Prevention Models, and Revise Funding Practices (February 2008)
Report No. 07-34 Pilot to Waive Fees for Parents of Delinquents Should Focus More on Parenting Skills (August 2007)
Report No. 07-10 Redirection Pilots Meet and Exceed Residential Commitment Outcomes; $5.8 Million Saved (February 2007)
Report No. 06-74 Progress Report: DJJ Has Reallocated Beds to Better Meet Needs and Improved Placement Processes (December 2006)
Report No. 06-41 Health and Hygiene Costs Higher for Girls’ Juvenile Justice Residential Programs (April 2006)
Report No. 06-34 Redirection as Effective as Residential Delinquency Programs, Achieved Substantial Cost Avoidance (March 2006)
Report No. 06-13 Effective Community Programs Could Reduce Commitments of Girls to Residential Programs (February 2006)
Report No. 05-56 Gender-Specific Services for Delinquent Girls Vary Across Prevention, Detention, and Probation Programs (December 2005)
Report No. 05-46 Qualifications, Screening, Salaries, and Training Affect Quality and Turnover of Juvenile Justice Employees (September 2005)
Report No. 05-13 Gender-Specific Services for Delinquent Girls Vary Across Programs, But Help Reduce Recidivism (March 2005)
Report No. 04-47 Progress Report: DJJ Prevention Makes Progress; More Analysis and Contract Monitoring Needed (July 2004)
Report No. 03-76 More Youth Are Admitted for Less Serious Offenses, in Part to Meet Treatment Needs (December 2003)
Report No. 03-74 Juvenile Bed Tracking System Improves; Bed Vacancy Rates High for Some Programs (December 2003)
Report No. 03-73 Juvenile Justice Can Improve Its Quality Assurance and Program Monitoring Processes (December 2003)
Report No. 02-62 Prevention and Victim Services Program Department of Juvenile Justice (November 2002)
Report No. 02-47 Progress Report: Juvenile Home Detention Staff Reduced; Critical Secure Facility Posts Not Identified; Transit Changes Beneficial (September 2002)
Report No. 02-42 The Juvenile Justice Residential Program Should Improve Contracting Processes (July 2002)
Report No. 02-17 Most Delinquents Sent to Community Supervision; Program Could Improve (March 2002)
Report No. 01-49 Misdemeanant and Non-Law Violation Youth in Juvenile Justice Commitment Beds (October 2001)
Report No. 99-56 Progress Report: Many Steps Taken to Improve Education at Florida's Juvenile Justice Facilities (June 2000)
Report No. 99-45 Juvenile Detention Program's Performance Improved; Staffing Needs to be Revisited (April 2000)
Report No. 98-75 Follow-up Report on Department of Juvenile Justice Residential Commitment Services (March 1999)
Report No. 98-63 Follow-Up Report on Prevention Programs Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice (February 1999)
Report No. 98-28 Review of Education Services in Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities (December 1998)
Report No. 97-38 Follow-Up Report on the Draft Juvenile Justice Cost-Effectiveness Index (February 1998)
Report No. 97-10 Follow-up Report on the Aftercare Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice (October 1997)
Report No. 97-07 Follow-up Report on the Control Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice (September 1997)
Report No. 97-02 Follow-up Report on the Juvenile Alternative Services Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice (October 1997)
Report No. 96-48 Review of the Department of Juvenile Justice Residential Commitment Services (February 1997)
Report No. 96-35 Policy Review of Prevention Programs of the Department of Juvenile Justice (January 1997)
Report No. 95-52 Review of the Draft Juvenile Justice Cost-Effectiveness Index (April 1996)
Report No. 95-38 Review of the Administration of Aftercare by the Department of Juvenile Justice (February 1996)
Report No. 95-01 Performance Audit of Community Control Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice (July 1995)
Report No. 94-36 Status Report on Boot Camps in Florida Administered by the Department of Corrections and Department of Juvenile Justice (February 1995)
Report No. 12293 Performance Audit of the Juvenile Alternative Services Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (May 1994)

Law Enforcement, Florida Department of
Report No. 12-12 Registered Sex Offenders in Florida Communities Increased to Over 23,000; Transient Offenders Present Challenges (December 2012)
Report No. 09-10 State Criminal Record Processes Are Adequate; Potential for Inaccuracies from Private Companies (February 2009)
Report No. 06-19 FDLE’s Services Consistent With Its Mission; Salaries Vary; and Staffing Levels Comparable to Other Law Enforcement Agencies (February 2006)
Report No. 06-03 Florida’s State, County, Local Authorities Are Implementing Jessica Lunsford Act (January 2006)
Report No. 99-27 Progress Report: FDLE Improves Operations, Some Information and Fingerprint System Backlogs Remain (January 2000)
Report No. 98-74 PB2 Performance Report for the Criminal Justice Information Program (March 1999)
Report No. 98-66 PB2 Performance Report for the Professionalism Program (February 1999)
Report No. 98-65 PB2 Performance Report for the Criminal Justice Investigations and Forensic Science Program (February 1999)
Report No. 97-76 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Florida Department of Law Enforcement (June 1998)
Report No. 97-42 Review of the Performance of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Professionalism Program (February 1998)
Report No. 97-41 Review of the Performance of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Investigations and Forensic Science Program (February 1998)
Report No. 97-40 Review of the Performance of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Information Program (February 1998)
Report No. 96-49 Follow-up Report on the DNA Database Administered by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (February 1997)
Report No. 96-47 Status Report on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Initial Efforts in Performance-Based Program Budgeting (February 1997)
Report No. 94-10 Performance Audit of the DNA Database Administered by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (October 1994)

Legal Affairs, Department of
Report No. 02-26 Competition Should Drive Down State Costs for Online Legal Research (May 2002)
Report No. 02-24 Progress Report: Legal Affairs Adopts Most OPPAGA Recommendations to Improve Accountability (April 2002)
Report No. 02-03 The Office of Statewide Prosecution Is Effective and Economically Viable (January 2002)
Report No. 99-53 Legal Affairs Provides Valuable Legal Services, But Accountability Needs to Be Strengthened (May 2000)
Report No. 96-58 Follow-up Report on the Division of Economic Crime Within the Department (February 1997)
Report No. 94-05 Performance Audit of the Division of Economic Crime Within the Department of Legal Affairs (September 1994)

Management Services, Department of
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 08-71 While DMS Has Improved Monitoring, It Needs to Strengthen Private Prison Oversight and Contracts (December 2008)
Report No. 07-16 Some Inmate Family Visitation Practices Are Not Meeting the Legislature’s Intent (February 2007)
Report No. 04-64 Progress Report: Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System Nears Full Statewide Implementation; Additional State Funds Will Be Necessary (August 2004)
Report No. 02-71 An Altered Credit Allocation and a Combined Dispatch System Would Better Support State Law Enforcement Radio System (December 2002)
Report No. 02-56 Progress Report: Lake City Correctional Facility Added Programs and Saved 6.5%; Intermediate Sanctions Still Needed (November 2002)
Report No. 02-27 Progress Report: Correctional Privatization Commission Improved Management of South Bay Contract; More Savings Possible (May 2002)
Report No. 99-46 Progress Report: Bay and Moore Haven Private Prison Contracts Renewed; Bay Costs Increase (April 2000)
Report No. 99-39 South Bay Correctional Facility Provides Savings and Success; Room for Improvement (March 2000)
Report No. 99-33 Lake City Correctional Facility Experienced Start-Up Problems, But It Has Improved (February 2000)
Report No. 97-68 Review of Bay Correctional Facility and Moore Haven Correctional Facility (April 1998)
Report No. 97-06 Follow-up Report on the Review of Correctional Privatization (September 1997)
Report No. 96-69 Information Brief Comparing Costs of Public and Private Prisons (March 1997)
Report No. 95-12 Review of Correctional Privatization (November 1995)

Multi-Agency
Report No. 04-64 Progress Report: Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System Nears Full Statewide Implementation; Additional State Funds Will Be Necessary (August 2004)
Report No. 02-71 An Altered Credit Allocation and a Combined Dispatch System Would Better Support State Law Enforcement Radio System (December 2002)
Report No. 02-26 Competition Should Drive Down State Costs for Online Legal Research (May 2002)

Persons with Disabilities, Agency for
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 10-51 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities (August 2010)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)

Revenue, Department of
Report No. 14-07 Options Exist to Modify Use of Driver License Suspension for Non-Driving-Related Reasons (February 2014)

State, Department of
Report No. 94-02 Performance Audit of the Concealed Weapon Licensing Program of the Department of State (September 1994)