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The Development and Validation of a Criminal Risk Index (CRI) for Federally Sentenced Offenders in Canada / Laurence Motiuk & Ben Vuong.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Élaboration et validation d’un indice du risque criminel (IRC) pour les délinquants sous responsabilité fédérale au Canada.

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Description

1 online resource (24 pages).

Note

Issued also in French under title : Élaboration et validation d’un indice du risque criminel (IRC) pour les délinquants sous responsabilité fédérale au Canada.
"February 2018".

Summary

"OIA process is Static Factors Assessment and Dynamic Factors Identification and Analysis (DFIA). This comprehensive, integrated assessment package is the basis for determining the offender’s institutional placement and for establishing an individualized correctional plan. The OIA process was fully automated and nationally implemented in 1994 (Motiuk 1997). . . . The purpose of the current study was to transform the Criminal History Record subcomponent of the OIA process into an empirically-derived Criminal Risk Index (or “CRI”). More specially, to develop and validate an auto-populated gage that can serve as a release risk estimate separately for men and women." -- Introduction, p. 2, 3.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

INTRODUCTION. -- METHOD. -- Custody Rating Scale. -- Statistical Information on Recidivism Revised. -- Reintegration Potential. -- OIA Static and Dynamic Factors Rating. -- Examination of Criminal Risk Index (CRI). -- RESULTS. -- Predictive Validity – Discretionary/Non-discretionary Release. --Predictive Validity – Discretionary Release Outcome. -- Predictive Validity – Major Offence Groups. -- Convergent Validity. -- DISCUSSION.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2018, No. R-403.

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