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The Association of Age and Recidivism / Prepared by Lynn Stewart and Geoff Wilton.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Lien entre l’âge et la récidive.

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1 online resource (1 page)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Lien entre l’âge et la récidive.
"April 2018."

Summary

Previous research has shown that the recidivism rates vary based on key offender profile variables such as age and gender. Population analysis shows that the mean age of federal offenders in Canada has been increasing with possible implications for case management. This analysis, part of a larger recidivism study, summarizes recent findings associating various age bands with measures of recidivism.

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Series

Emerging Research Results (Canada. Correctional Service Canada) ; Number ERR 18-02.

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