Offender Recidivism Figures
Group: University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center
In the first general study of offender recidivism in Alaska, the Alaska Judicial Council found that two-thirds of the offenders in the study sample of 1,934 offenders had been re-incarcerated at least once in the first three years after their release from custody for a former conviction. The re-incarceration was for either a new offense or a probation or parole violation. Overall, 55 percent had a new conviction within the three years.
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