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NCJ Number: 156129 Find in a Library
Title: New South Wales Inmate Population: Visualizing the Trends
Author(s): S Eyland; S Mariasson
Corporate Author: New South Wales
Dept of Corrective Services
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 47
Sponsoring Agency: New South Wales
Sydney, 2001, Australia
Sale Source: New South Wales
Dept of Corrective Services
GPO Box 31
Sydney, 2001,
Type: Statistics
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: This report presents statistical data portraying trends in the inmate population of New South Wales, Australia.
Abstract: Many of the statistics are presented for the period between 1987 and 1994, although some figures date from as early as 1983. The contents of this document include figures and tables on total inmates in full-time custody, male and female inmates in full-time custody, periodic detainees, fine defaulters, and sentence inmate receptions. The statistics also cover imprisonment rate per 100,000 adult population, segregation and protection, inmate classification, escape rates, and persons under community supervision. One section provides a brief profile of the New South Wales correctional center population in terms of ethnicity, age, marital status, sentence type, and aggregate sentence.
Main Term(s): Corrections
Index Term(s): Foreign corrections statistics; New South Wales; Statistics
Note: Statistical Publication No. 9
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