Group: Wisconsin Department of Corrections
A report with data on reincarceration rates. Reincarceration rates are calculated as the number of offenders admitted to prison (following a release from prison) divided by the total number of offenders released from prison in a given year. An offender is considered to be reincarcerated if after release, he or she is admitted to prison for a revocation, a revocation with a new sentence, or a new sentence. Admissions for temporary holds and alternatives to revocation are not included in reincarceration rate calculations. Reincarceration should not be confused with recidivism, which involves an offender committing a new offense that results in a conviction and sentence to the WI DOC.
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