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NCJ Number: 10679 Find in a Library
Title: PERSONS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE FEDERAL PROBATION SYSTEM, FISCAL YEAR 1968
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Administrative Office of the United States Courts
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 178
Sponsoring Agency: Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Washington, DC 20544
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: STATISTICS ON CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONS PLACED ON PROBATION BY COURTS AND U.S. COMMISSIONERS AND AT THE REQUEST OF U.S. ATTORNEYS UNDER DEFERRED PROSECUTION.
Abstract: VIOLATION RATES ARE ANALYZED BY TYPE OF SUPERVISION, VIOLATION, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF VIOLATORS. THE REPORT COMPARES THE ORIGINAL OFFENSE, LENGTH OF SUPERVISION, PRIOR RECORD, AND AGE OF PERSONS WHO VIOLATE WITH THOSE WHO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE SUPERVISION. VIOLATION RATES ARE ALSO COMPARED AGAINST THE USE OF PROBATION BY THE 89 U.S. DISTRICT COURTS. IN ADDITION, THIS PUBLICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION CONCERNING SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PROBATION OFFICERS' CASELOAD AT THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PERSONS SUPERVISED. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)
Index Term(s): Caseloads; Demography; Federal courts; Parole; Parole statistics; Probation; Probation statistics; Recidivism; Statistics
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