Table 7.11

Corrections Expenditures – Capital Inclusive (In millions of dollars)


  Actual fiscal 2019 Actual fiscal 2020 Actual fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General fund Federal funds Other state funds Bonds Total General fund Federal funds Other state funds Bonds Total General fund Federal funds Other state funds Bonds Total
Total$56,608$540$5,431$708

$63,287

$56,648$2,407$6,048$1,055$66,157$52,892$6,750$6,128$605$66,375
01Alabama56626840

676

6103680072669269870848
02Alaska346880

362

3372814037940030230453
04Arizona1,110101240

1,244

89931042301,6321,2361215101,399
05Arkansas4620630

525

45507705324660510517
06California12,4057128740

15,350

12,961882,792015,84111,9841083,097015,189
08Colorado8917980

996

902748095784210480900
09Connecticut63232561

721

64942346806664218699
10Delaware352154

362

369141375368256381
12Florida2,882771300

3,089

2,9658310103,1493,1327413203,338
13Georgia1,713136610

1,802

1,5921467621,7351,641914561,720
15Hawaii2781140

293

27111502872633250291
16Idaho2832450

330

306435034526719380324
17Illinois1,62707134

1,732

1,536092361,6641,5500198321,780
18Indiana7783550

836

760559082476914660849
19Iowa3811580

440

38716704553871610449
20Kansas3675195

396

402923543942132310484
21Kentucky70310350

748

7011337075159878200696
22Louisiana7862573

848

6682219489354033905938
23Maine (a)188120

191

1893201941267420202
24Maryland1,497337413

1,617

1,5183476471,6751,4983184531,666
25Massachusetts1,49025548

1,568

1,375314501,4601,572161421,631
26Michigan (b)1,91946433

2,011

1,7174557232,2472,03023283102,355
27Minnesota60331318

637

59622106196465280679
28Mississippi3070370

344

317034035131120270358
29Missouri6602622

726

61046306775802550637
30Montana20015160

231

205201602411974160244
31Nebraska3271560

384

351272042531839980455
32Nevada30323622

363

31953803623221150338
33New Hampshire125062

133

129072138129091139
34New Jersey1,2549400

1,303

1,0961493901,2841,1871553601,378
35New Mexico3001503

354

31914153663251297362
36New York (c)2,6054120251

2,980

2,8804973173,2981,2772,046962143,633
37North Carolina1,5763253

1,607

1,7921316511,9711,27163814302,052
38North Dakota2089100

227

115830126636330129
39Ohio (d)2,0071070110

2,197

2,053864822,2072,01711754662,254
40Oklahoma5201850

606

54428706335241790604
41Oregon1,038172422

1,101

1,11317235201,3851,1281539191,201
42Pennsylvania2,6732513632

2,866

2,72527151322,9351,6961,259123413,119
44Rhode Island2361100

247

18553200258111133110255
45South Carolina6055830

693

61957506996028680678
46South Dakota109330

115

108330114595440117
47Tennessee9621680

1,031

99614901,0461,10025201,154
48Texas3,629261600

3,815

2,84684314403,8332,4351,19411203,741
49Utah525200

527

56441735093595156401,020
50Vermont150170

158

1545601651243541164
51Virginia1,370497027

1,516

1,4006370201,5531,1768157171,331
53Washington1,14235435

1,234

1,2231255121,3021,2321458271,331
54West Virginia25201110

363

279014029329301250418
55Wisconsin1,13221160

1,250

1,19839901,3001,24709501,342
56Wyoming134080

142

1340801421230100133
11Dist. of Columbia2260253

254

20924252259N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, 2021 State Expenditure Report.

Notes:

1. Small dollar amounts, when rounded, cause an aberration in the percentage increase. In these instances, the actual dollar amounts should be consulted to determine the exact percentage increase.

2. “State funds” refers to general funds plus other state fund spending. State spending from bonds is excluded.

3. “Total funds” refers to funding from all sources — general fund, federal funds, other state funds and bonds. For all states, Medicaid reflects provider taxes, fees, assessments, donations, and local funds in Other State Funds.

Key:

N/A – Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

In FY21, COVID Coronavirus Relief Funds were used to cover payroll costs for certain Corrections employees in accordance with US Treasury guidelines for public safety employees.

(b)

Totals include adult inmate and juvenile program expenditures. FY 2019 totals have been revised to correct these amounts.

(c)

Pursuant to guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Treasury, the State charged eligible costs to the Federal CRF in FY 2021 which reduced General Fund spending and increased Federal Funds spending. This included payroll costs and fringe benefits for correctional officers.

(d)

While employer contributions to current employees’ pensions and employer contributions to employee health benefits are included in the expenditure totals, agencies do not receive specific appropriations for these purposes. As of fiscal year 2016, drug recovery services within Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) institutions are provided by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. However, DRC continues to fund drug abuse rehabilitation programs in community settings through per-bed or per-diem payments to Halfway Houses and Community Based Correctional Facilities.