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Enhancing this connection may then assist in lowering the percentage of fathers recidivating during reentry.
Researchers found that participation in high school/GED programs was the "most common approach" to correctional education, and that those who participated in such programs had 30 percent lower odds of recidivating than those who had not.
Similarly, older students also had a lower likelihood of recidivating.
Pancreatic pseudocyst - portal vein fistula manifests as recidivating oligoarthritis, subcutaneous, bursal and osseal necrosis: a case report and review of literature.
The survival curves present the probability of individuals' not recidivating against each point in survival time.
Foley said that he would ensure that the Sheriff's Department is represented at every meeting of Dismas House and other nonprofit agencies providing services to keep former inmates from recidivating.
202) Conversely, convicts who had a high probability of recidivating but had served an apparently appropriate sentence were not to be civilly committed.
use this sample in a duration model, controlling for a number of socio-economic and law enforcement factors that might influence the probability of recidivating.
Ellis moving forward and not recidivating, either through another crime or a parole violation?
And the money that's saved there, if redirected to the other 30% of the sample that's recidivating at a higher rate, really enables us to focus our resources on the right kids.
He describes inmates who have spent long periods in supermax units as being high-strung, irritable, anti-social, potentially violent, sometimes mentally ill, and definitely at risk of recidivating.
Consequently, offenders sentenced to probation have a higher probability of recidivating over the range of duration values encompassed by our sample.
Cross served as a board member for Voices for a Second Chance, which helps ex-offenders successfully reenter their communities without recidivating.
First, what factors were related to recidivating among CD offenders in general?
For the general delinquency population, the empirical evidence indicates that youths and families need a variety of supports to reintegrate successfully and avoid recidivating in their respective communities (Altschuler & Armstrong, 1990; Ryan, Davis, & Yang, 2001).