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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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Some 11 per cent of all children who reoffended did so within one month.
36 per cent of possessed do so again m The highest proportion of children who reoffended had committed public order crimes, which is when people engage in deliberately violent and intimidatory behaviour.
Dudley: 2,256 offenders, 670 reoffended, 30 per cent rate.
The type of offence individuals were originally convicted reoffending years for also influenced whether they reoffended.
Of the 61 who signed up for the scheme in the past 12 months, 17 (27%) reoffended - compared with the national average of 59%.
Around 45 per cent of all 45,000 crooks released from jail or given a community sentence in 2002-3 reoffended within two years, Executive figures showed yesterday.
This, in turn, causes multiple injuries to society, including the cost of the crime itself, the need for appropriate housing for the offender, the loss of productivity that could be expected had the person not reoffended, and the harm to the family structures of victim and offender.
The judge also noted that the accused continually reoffended, even when he was in jail or on probation.
Yesterday's figures show 64% of those who reoffended were convicted of offences within six months of their release.
5% of graduates reoffended; and | In 2012, 88 prisoners were trained, of whom 26 were released into employment; to date only one of these has reoffended.
The Ministry of Justice said it costs PS45,000 to keep a woman in prison for one year, while almost 45 per cent of all women released from custody in 2010 reoffended within 12 months, committing more than 10,000 further offences.
In that time 80% of the offenders it has helped have not reoffended and have successfully resettled into the community," she said.