An Analysis of Success and Failure among Massachusetts Parolees
Group: Massachusetts Parole Board
In the following analysis, success or failure is determined at the end of one’s sentence (i.e., point at which the commitment is closed). This method of analysis accounts for the variety of pathways that parolees take throughout the length of their sentences. The Parole Board may utilize revocation after parole violation as a sanction, after which the parolee may be released back onto parole. Therefore, such instances will not be considered a failure in this analysis.
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