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Identifying the Community High Risk Population for Allocation of the Program Integrity Funding / Lynn A. Stewart, Youssef Hachouch & Geoff Wilton.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Identification des populations de délinquants à risque élevé dans la collectivité aux fins d’affectation du Fonds pour l’intégrité des programmes

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Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references, p. 18-19.

Description

1 online resource (34 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Identification des populations de délinquants à risque élevé dans la collectivité aux fins d’affectation du Fonds pour l’intégrité des programmes
"March 2019."

Summary

"Previous research (Thompson, Forrester, & Stewart, 2015) looked at factors related to community supervision outcomes to define the high-risk group for Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and women. Using this work as a foundation, the current project developed three models that empirically defined the highest-risk population for non-Indigenous men, Indigenous men, and federally sentenced women in order to support their safe transition to the community." -- Executive summary, p. iii.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION. -- Assessing risk at the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC). -- Communicating Risk : Defining a High-Risk Offender. -- METHOD. -- Participants. -- Measures. -- RESULTS. -- Model for Indigenous men. -- Accuracy of the high risk model for Indigenous men. -- Overlap with high intensity community levels of supervision (Level I and Level A): Indigenous men. -- Model for Non-Indigenous men. -- Accuracy of the high risk model for non-Indigenous men. -- Overlap with the current high intensity community level of supervision (Level I and Level A). -- Non-Indigenous men. -- Model for Indigenous women. -- Accuracy of the high risk model for Indigenous women. -- Overlap with the current high intensity community level of supervision (Level I and Level A). -- Indigenous women. -- Model for non-Indigenous women. -- Models predicting returns to custody for any reason.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 20, no. R-424.

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