reoffend

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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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On the other hand, only 42% of criminals in what's known as "settled accommodation" had reoffended during the same period.
Before the reform was introduced by former Justice Secretary Chris Grayling in 2014, 59% of those jailed for under a year reoffended - despite having no supervision.
c w Some 11 per cent of all children who reoffended did so within one month.
Those that reoffended in the region went on to commit between three and four offences each, on average.
It found that on average 17% of The Clink programme participants reoffended compared to 29% of offenders who didn't participate in the programme.
Even including those on longer sentences, one in three Merseyside criminals reoffended after being freed from prison.
"People who reoffended were much more likely to have lower activity in the anterior cingulate cortices than those who had higher functioning ACCs," Kiehl said.
In total, 36,000 juveniles reoffended, committing more than 100,000 further offences between them, an average of almost three each.
Among prisoners serving less than 12 months, the national reoffending rate is 59.9%, but only 39% of those with a bank account reoffended - a reduction of 34.8% at the prison.
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.