reoffend


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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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The statistics also show how men and boys are much more likely to reoffend than women and girls.
Walsall: 2,733 offenders, 854 went on to reoffend, 31 per cent rate.
A road-rage killer gets parole not once but twice - and then reoffends again.
The study said that for 100 typical people who would receive the intervention, compared with 100 similar people who would not receive it, the number of people who would reoffend within one year after release could be lower by between four and 20 people and the number of reoffences committed during the year could be lower by between four and 63 offences.
if you can build these links, prisoners are less likely to reoffend.
So if they were smart tagged they would know the gardai would be aware of their location at all times and therefore would be very unlikely to reoffend.
The results showed that their modern counterparts are three and a half times more likely to reoffend than their Victorian ancestors.
Of a 16% base rate prevalence of reoffending against the same victim, fewer than 1 in 10 subjects with a low SRP went on to reoffend against the same victim, results found; more than 1 in 3 of those with a high SRP score went on to reoffend against the same victim.
There is evidence that the brain data is predicting over and above social data who is going to reoffend," he said.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study showed that neuroimaging data can predict the likelihood of whether a criminal will reoffend following release from prison.
Washington, Mar 29 ( ANI ): A new study shows that neuroimaging data can predict the likelihood of whether a criminal will reoffend following release from prison.