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If it was required, we would be able to rearrest her in Nigeria.
CASA's five-year evaluation of the program reveals the following: DTAP participants have rearrest rates that are 26 percent lower and reconviction rates that are 36 percent lower two years after leaving the program than those of the matched comparison group; participants are 67 percent less likely to return to prison; DTAP graduates had rearrest rates that were 33 percent lower, re conviction rates that were 45 percent lower, and were 87 percent less likely to return to prison; and graduates are three and one-half times likelier to be employed than they were before arrest.
Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Monday defended the rearrest of a suspected Islamic militant under a tough security law just a day after he was released under a High Court order.
Those with the lowest rearrest rates had been previously incarcerated for homicide and sexual assault (41 percent each).
5 percent, and those with three prior arrests have a rearrest rate of 55.
Among its chief demands is that Arafat rearrest scores of Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants who were released from Palestinian jails last October.
57) This research has been limited to pretrial rearrest rates of persons who have been released by courts on bail or on their own recognizance.
Summary: Protesters blocked the main Jounieh-Sarba highway Monday to protest the rearrest of Army officers in the investigation of the killing of two Akkar sheikhs.
The Maryland Division of Parole and Probation's Proactive Community Supervision (PCS) program has reduced rearrest rates and warrants being filed for parole or probation violations.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) presents Recidivism of Sex Offenders Released from Prison in 1994, which features data on the rearrest, reconviction, and reimprisonment of 9,691 male sex offenders, including 4,295 child molesters, who were tracked for 3 years after their release from prisons in 15 states in 1994.
The National Center on Institutions and Alternatives cites three large studies, covering tens of thousands of sex offenders, that reported rearrest rates for sex offenses ranging from 13 percent to 19 percent.
The aggregate recidivism data for all CE participants versus nonparticipants in all three states were as follows: rearrest, 48% versus 57%; reconviction, 27% versus 35%; and reincarceration, 21% versus 31%.