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Minimum Security Women : A Profile / Kaitlyn Wardrop, Jennie Thompson & Dena Derkzen.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Profil des délinquantes à sécurité minimale.

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Description

1 online resource (42 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Profil des délinquantes à sécurité minimale.
"October 2018."

Summary

The primary purpose of the study was to describe women who have been placed in minimum security and contrast them with women who have not been placed in minimum security. The descriptions and comparisons focus on four areas of the correctional process: intake information, institutional adjustment, intervention involvement, and release-related information for three groups of women released between April 1, 2014 and March 31, 2016: (1) women who were initially placed at minimum security and stayed there until release (n = 296; 15% Indigenous); (2) women who had never cascaded to minimum security prior to release (n = 249; 46% Indigenous); and (3) women who had cascaded to minimum security prior to release (n = 132; 35% Indigenous).

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Contents

INTRODUCTION. -- Minimum Security Women. -- METHOD. -- Cohort. -- Data. -- Analytic Approach. -- RESULTS. -- Demographic, Risk Assessment, and Sentence Profiles. -- Institutional Adjustment. -- Programming, Education, and Employment Opportunities. -- Release-Related Information. -- Differences by Indigenous Ancestry. -- DISCUSSION. -- CONCLUSION.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2018, No. R-394.

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