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reoffend

to commit another offence.
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But by March 2017, just six of the 21 CRCs consistently achieved significant reductions in the number of reoffenders.
Sorry, but how should we be proud of a constant reoffender? He wasn't someone who made one mistake and learned his lesson, but someone who continued to make other people's lives miserable with his selfish actions.
As wolf, he's a possible reoffender, stalking a girl in a shopping mall and striking up a conversation with Robin as the two walk through the woods in a park.
Thus, randomly selected individual from the male reoffender group had a score higher than a randomly selected individual from the male non-re-offender group 65% of the time.
As a dichotomous variable, recidivism becomes less sensitive to differences in the severity of the reoffender's conduct.
"He has nothing else outstanding and he is assessed as a low-risk reoffender."
(36) She argued in dissent in two cases that the Prison Releasee Reoffender Act "appears to me to violate the provisions in the state and federal constitutions which require separation of powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government." (37) Judge Sharp explained that the legislature had taken the power of sentencing from judges and given it to the executive.
REOFFENDER RATE: 67 per cent are reconvicted within 2 years.
A month later he wrote his band's hit single ReOffender? about a violent relationship.
Reenacts section 2 of chapter 99-188 which makes clarifying changes to the prison releasee reoffender statute and creates enhanced penalties for repeat sexual batterers.
He could know his fate as early as Thursday if the Disciplinary Committee sits this week and, as the first reoffender under the referral procedure, his ban could be the most swingeing.
Jason"Stokesy" Stokes is a brazen reoffender who is open about his endeavours and proud to be a "one-man crime wave", while drug addict Becky is ashamed of what she does.