Why The Substantial Difference Between State and Federal Prison Recidivism?

Observations Federal Inmates: 15% of offenders released from federal prison in 2012 returned to federal prison within 3 years of release. State Inmates: Within 3 years of release, 49.7% of inmates either had an arrest that resulted in a conviction with a disposition of a prison sentence or were returned to prison without a new […]

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Decreasing Criminality and Parole and Probation

Observations Offenders will not change until they are personally ready for change. Major events like parenthood, a job or treatment seemed to have little impact unless the offender was ready for change. Parole was not only a failed deterrent for many, but it was a direct impediment to successful reentry. Author Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. […]

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Offender Recidivism, Arrests or Incarceration or Returns to Prison-New Video

Is offender recidivism, arrests or incarceration or returns to prison increasing in the United States? This is a new video from Crime in America.Net addressing one of the most requested articles on the website. For a complete understanding of offender recidivism or returns to prison, see Offender Recidivism. Additional articles on offenders and returns to prison (or rearrests) […]

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77 Percent of Prisoners Arrested For Another Crime-Few Are Specialists

Subtitles 76.6% of state prisoners released in 30 states in were arrested for a new crime within 5 years of release. Compared to other inmates, a higher percentage of those incarcerated for a violent offense were arrested for another violent crime during the 5-year period. There are few criminal specialists. Released inmates were involved in […]

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Females confined in jails increase by 18 percent-males decline-jails in the US

County and city jails held an estimated 744,600 inmates at midyear 2014, which was significantly lower than the peak population of 785,500 inmates at midyear 2008 per the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). The number of females confined in county and city jails increased by 18 percent between midyear 2010 and 2014. During that same […]

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Inmates Increase in US Prisons

U.S. state and federal prisons held an estimated 1,574,700 inmates on December 31, 2013, an increase of 4,300 prisoners over yearend 2012, the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced. This was the first increase in the state prison population reported since 2009. While the state prison population increased by about 6,300 during 2013, […]

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3 IN 4 FORMER PRISONERS IN ARRESTED WITHIN 5 YEARS OF RELEASE

An estimated two-thirds (68 percent) of 405,000 prisoners released in 30 states in 2005 were arrested for a new crime within three years of release from prison, and three-quarters (77 percent) were arrested within five years

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First decline in the U.S. jail population since 1982

See our analysis after the summary: WASHINGTON – As of midyear 2009, 767,620 inmates were held in custody of county and city jail authorities, the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) in the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, announced today. During the 12-month period ending June 30, 2009, the local jail population declined […]

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