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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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Sanctions should be brought to bear on persistent reoffenders earlier and more progressively.
The Law Commission is the body responsible for validating or removing such quaint pieces of legislation and will also be adjudicating on whether reoffenders in the Wigan area can appeal against being handed 'season ticket orders' for the DW Stadium or if journalists should be hung, drawn and quartered if they fail to laugh sycophantically and look doe-eyed at selected moments during Jose Mourinho press conferences.
It was the UK's high level of reoffenders that led to the university developing a research programme to assess the impact of Gamlean music.
The punishment is stronger for reoffenders and if the criminal has used violence and a threatening tone to enter places and steal forcibly.
There is still less than one serious offence per 100 reoffenders, and we are absolutely committed to reducing this further," he said.
Currently, law-enforcement agencies buffer the location where a victim is reported missing and identify the offenders within the buffer to check the possible reoffenders of the reported crime (e.
Serial reoffenders who regard them as beneath contempt should, of course, be dealt with more severely.
s Cereal Reoffenders report criticised more than three-quarters of the 275 cereals tested for having high levels of sugar, a fifth for high salt and 7% for high levels of saturated fat.
In 10 years the number of lifers has more than doubled, far too many reoffenders coming back for more porridge make it worse, and too many who shouldn't be inside are put away because of a lack of any adequate alternative.
One fifth of all motorists convicted for drink-driving every year are reoffenders and these should be the easiest to remove from the roads.
It might even mean the building of new, smaller establishments to meet special needs but it would decrease the cost of the present streams of reoffenders and the need for more traditional prisons.
The use of recidivism risk assessment instruments can only be as helpful as they are accurate; that is, among a group of first-time juvenile offenders the measure is sensitive to the factors that distinguish future reoffenders from non-reoffenders.