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Trends in state parole, 1990-2000

Timothy Hughes

Trends in state parole, 1990-2000

by Timothy Hughes

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Parole -- United States -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Caption title.

      Statementby Timothy A. Hughes, Doris James Wilson and Allen J. Beck.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesSpecial report / Bureau of Justice Statistics, Special report (United States. Bureau of Justice Statistics)
      ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9304 .H84 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination15 p. :
      Number of Pages15
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3597653M
      LC Control Number2002320171
      OCLC/WorldCa48759542

      The Texas Crime Reports for recent years. The objective of the Uniform Crime Reporting program is to produce reliable crime statistics for law enforcement administration, operation, and management.   At the end of , more than million people were on probation or parole, accounting for two-thirds of the total correctional population. More than million of those individuals were on probation, and the remaining , were on parole. 1 The community corrections population peaked in , and although it had declined 11 percent by , it remained near its all-time high and was

      The Google News Initiative is our effort to work with the news industry to help journalism thrive in the digital age. If you’re interested in learning how to use Google's tools, explore our training center for over 40 lessons on Google products, including Google Trends. Eight states (Arizona, Delaware, Kansas, Mississippi, Ohio, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin) abolished parole boards in By , eight more states had done the same. 19 Timothy A. Hughes, Doris James Wilson & Allen J. Beck, “Trends in State Parole, ,” Bureau of .

        Hughes T, Wilson D, Beck A () Trends in state parole: – Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington, DC Google Scholar Kleck G () Racial discrimination in criminal sentencing: a critical evaluation of the evidence with additional data on the death penalty. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. ), among state parole discharges in , 43 percent were returned to prison, a statistic relatively unchanged since Trends in State Parole, [Online]. Available.


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Trends in state parole, 1990-2000 by Timothy Hughes Download PDF EPUB FB2

From tothe State parole population grew at a slower rate than the State prison population. During this period, parolees increased 30%, compared to a 75% increase for State prisoners (table 1). On average, the parole population increased % per year, while the prison.

Trends in state parole, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Timothy Hughes; United States.

Bureau of Justice Statistics. Trends in State Parole, Aug Examines the changing nature of offenders entering and leaving parole and the effects on the trends and composition of the prison population.

The report compares discretionary and mandatory releases to parole with the type of discharge from parole supervision. Data are presented on the success.

Trends in State Parole, 13 of an arrest or conviction for a new offense; 22% said they had absconded or otherwise failed to report to a parole officer; 16% said they had a drugAmong parole violators in State prison in, (85%) reported that related violation; and 18% reported their parole had been revoked or taken other reasons such as possession of a away for.

Trends in state parole, [electronic resource] / by Timothy A. Hughes, Doris James Wilson and Allen J. Beck. Format E-Book Published Washington, DC: U.S.

Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, [] [Description]. After more than a decade of rapid growth, the number of adults under State parole supervision has nearly stabilized -- increasing by 33, (% per year) since Since mandatory parole releases have increased while discretionary releases have decreased.

42% of parole discharges in successfully completed supervision. Press Release. The Council of State Governments Introduction Probation and parole are integral to criminal and juvenile justice in the states. They provide a wide variety of services that are critical to the effective and efficient operation of almost every aspect of the justice system, ranging from law enforcement to sentencing to the release of offenders from confinement into the community.

Starting in the late s, states began abolishing discretionary parole boards. By16 states had done so, and fewer than 20% of inmates released from prison were released by a parole board.

Opponents of discretionary parole hoped that abolishing parole would reduce disparities in prison time served – and it did. Parole authorities began establishing within the States, and by the mids, all States had a parole authority.

Parole Boards and State parole authorities have fluctuated over the years, but the concept is still practiced, in varying degrees today. It is different than. The Book of the States Historical Lessons and Emerging Trends in Parole and Probation By Mario Paparozzi This article traces past and current trends in parole and probation.

Lessons from history are framed in the context of implications for future trends in the 50 states. It discusses parole and.

It's impossible to talk about how great the '90s were without paying homage to the fashion trends that were popular back then. And it just so happens that many of those trends — like chokers, denim on denim, and overalls — are having a moment now, too.

Including reports on recidivism, Parole Board dispositions, merit time, and other reports. Reentry Facts & Trends, Justice Center, The Council of State Governments. Reentry Trends in the United States, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

This BJS site offers statistics on inmates returning to the community after serving time in prison. Trends in State Parole,October, Related information From BJS Topical pages.

Criminal Offenders. Prisons. Probation and Parole National, State, and Federal correctional data in spreadsheets From the Office of Justice Programs Serious and. Source: Hughes, Wilson and Beck, “Trends in State Parole, ” and National Corrections Reporting Program Figure 1.

Share of State Prisoners Nationwide Released Conditionally and Unconditionally, 28 Perspectives Spring Parole Supervision: Pursuing the Balance. Trends in State ParoleDOJ BJS, • Aug. 3, • Locations: United States of America • Topics: Statistics/Trends, Sentencing, Parole.

Trends in State Parole, Bureau of Justice Statistics, October, “Forty-two percent of State parole discharges were successful” A National Study Comparing the Environments of Boot Camps with Traditional Facilities for Juvenile Offenders National Institute of Justice, August, Source:Hughes, Wilson, and Beck, “Trends in State Parole, –” and National Corrections Reporting Program.

portion of their original sentence (e.g., their release cannot be revoked for violating conditions of release, because there are none).

3. Lauren Glaze and Sera Palla. "Probation and Parole in the United States, " Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin.

Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Timothy Hughes, Doris Wilson, and Allen Beck. "Trends in State Parole, " Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report. The analyses present key points in bulleted format, accompanied by graphs that illustrate the trends (see Figure 1).

For example, the page on the growth in the state prison and parole population reports that, on average, the prison population increased percent per year between andwhile the state parole population rose percent per year during that same period. The report is titled Trends in State Parole,and is report number NCJ One copy is available by, writing U.S.

Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington, DC The report can be downloaded from the BJS website at. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.The Division of Parole is a part of the State Parole Board. The Board Members decide which inmates will be paroled and under what conditions.

The Division of Parole, through its field parole officers, is in charge of monitoring an offender’s compliance with the parole conditions and .News about Probation and Parole, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.