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NCJ Number: 134870 Find in a Library
Title: Client Characteristics and Population Movement Report, 1992
Corporate Author: Washington State Dept of Corrections
Division of Planning and Research Section
United States of America
Date Published: 1991
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice/
Rockville, MD 20849
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Document: PDF
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Statistics are provided for client characteristics and population movement in the Washington State Department of Corrections as of December 31, 1991.
Abstract: Admissions include first admissions, new conviction from parole, parole revocations, community custody inmates who have been returned to prison, and readmissions. Community custody inmates are persons serving a portion of their prison sentence in the community in lieu of early release time, where controls are placed on their movements and activities by the Department. The offense type is the crime for which a felon is incarcerated. The offenses are divided into two main categories: violent crimes and nonviolent crimes. A felon found guilty of a violent crime as defined in the Sentencing Reform Act is called a violent offender. Included are all Class A felonies and some Class B felonies such as manslaughter 1 and 2, indecent liberties with forcible compulsion, rape 2, child molestation 1, kidnapping 2, arson 2, assault 2, robbery 2, extortion 1, vehicular homicide, and vehicular assault. 23 tables
Main Term(s): Inmate characteristics
Index Term(s): Inmate statistics; Offender profiles; Washington
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