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Factors related to recidivism

Wouter Buikhuisen

Factors related to recidivism

by Wouter Buikhuisen

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Published by Criminological Institute, Groningen University in Groningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recidivists

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHoekstra, H.A., Groningen, Netherlands. Rijksuniversiteit. Criminologisch Instituut
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6049 B85
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[19 leaves]
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18970247M

    These two factors have sparked my interest in finding other factors that influence recidivism among juvenile offenders, more specifically, females. Importance: Understanding risk factors helps identify youth who may need intervention and other types of support to . ficult to draw any conclusions because of the differences related to the con- ceptual and operational definitions of recidivism (National Institute of Justice [NIJ], ; Spivak & Sharp, ).

      FIVE FACTORS THAT LEAD EX-PRISONERS BACK TO PRISON #1 Chemical dependency issues—major condition of parole—alcohol and drug free • Regina—25 year methamphetamine addict—went to T.X. twice after release from prison—everyone thought drinking was ok, even though it is clearly forbidden in terms of parole • Shep—relapsed and got violated several times. Recidivism among Female Prisoners: Secondary Analysis of the BJS Recidivism Data Set Elizabeth Piper Deschenes, Barbara Owen, & Jason Crow October Abstract This study explores the recidivism of female inmates released from state prison through secondary analysis of data collected by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (Langan & Levin ).File Size: KB.

    Offender Recidivism: A Quantitative Study of Motivational Risk Factors and Counseling by Nazak Dadashazar M.A., University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, B.S., University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Counselor Education and SupervisionAuthor: Nazak Dadashazar. Recidivism rates and the impact of treatment programs September Level 5, Albert Facey House, Wellington Street Perth, Western Australia Telephone: +61 8 Facsimile: +61 8 OIC A3 Review Recidivism 1 8/9/14 AMFile Size: 2MB.


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Factors related to recidivism by Wouter Buikhuisen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Factors related to recidivism by Wouter Buikhuisen; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Recidivists. The Handbook of Recidivism Risk/Needs Assessment Tools is ideal for correctional, probation and parole, and behavioral health professionals.

About the Author JAY P. SINGH, PhD, PhD, is the Founder of the Global Institute of Forensic Research and is affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry and the Wharton School of Business at the University Format: Paperback.

Predictors that made recidivism more likely include youth with a previous conduct disorder diagnosis, a self-reported previous suicide attempt, age, and number of court offenses.

The major factors that contributes for recidivism were economic problems (i.e. poverty, unemployment, poor living conditions), family problems (family conflict, lack of love and affection, lack of close supervision, divorce, death of one or both parents) and psychological problems (anxiety, depression.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Factors related to recidivism among adult probationers in Ontario by Sally Rogers,Ministry of Correctional Services, edition, in EnglishPages:   Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Static Risk Factors Dynamic Risk Factors Stable Dynamic Risk Factors Acute Dynamic Risk Factors Conclusion Factors Associated with Sexual Recidivism - Assessment and Treatment of Sex Offenders - Wiley Online LibraryCited by:   Broadly defined, recidivism is the return to criminal behavior following some type of intervention by the criminal justice system; however, in practice and research, how recidivism is measured varies dramatically, and as a result, so too do rates of recidivism.

The Second and most current Edition of this book was published on Janu on Amazon titled: "The First Step Act Of And Prison Reform: Recidivism Reduction Programs And Productive Activities Approved For Early Release Time Credit Incentive Programming"/5(2).

When observing age and sexual offense against recidivism, many different factors exist. Researchers have found that not only does age at release affect the risk of recidivism, but age at first offense does as well.

The relationship between age and sexual recidivism risk is also different between different types of sexual offenders, such as child. sexual recidivism. Offenders of minority race were at increased risk for general and violent recidivism, but not sexual recidivism.

As well, deviant sexual interests was related to sexual recidivism among sexual offenders, but was unrelated to general recidivism. Overall, however, the degree of consistency in the risk factors was striking.

Even. FACTORS RELATED TO RECIDIVISM W. BUIKHUISEN* and H. HOEKSTRAt (Groningen) FOR many years the problem of recidivism has attracted the attention of criminologists.

Even as early as investigations have been carried out to get more insight into the question as to why some delinquents relapse into crime while others do not. In that year Heacox, a prison physician at the. Get this from a library. Factors related to recidivism among adult probationers in Ontario.

[Sally Rogers; Ontario. Ministry of Correctional Services.]. Skeem%&%Peterson%Revised,%Page1% % Major&Risk&Factors&for&Recidivism& Among&Offenders&with&Mental&Illness& & Table&of&Contents& Purpose%File Size: KB.

Although statistically African Americans may have a greater likelihood of recidivism, this may reflect other factors that differentially affect blacks compared to other racial groups (e.g., poverty, unemployment, or racial bias).Cited by: recidivism rates.

Inthe Correctional Education As-sociation conducted “The Three State Recidivism Study” for the United States Department of Education The study, released in after following a select cohort of former inmates for three years after their release from prison, used in-mate education as a major variable, and.

Recidivism was highest for chronic criminals and lowest among first offenders, particularly the late beginners. Recidivism decreased with increasing age, except with the group of sexual offenders, who recidivated over a long span of years.

The type of offense influenced the rate and type of recidivism. A major factor of recidivism rates is the number of employment opportunities available to ex-convicts.

Once individuals are released back into society, they have the same needs as everyone else. Their ability to provide for themselves and for their families is often hampered by their inability to obtain gainful employment. Ken Pryce (), states that 'recidivism simple means repetitive criminal or deviate behaviour among low income offenders and usually implies that the treatment or punishment has failed to bring about a permanent change or cure.' Recidivism rates vary according to individual and contextual/social level risk factors.

The association between injection drug use and criminal recidivism may be mediated by other factors related to both constructs, possibly indicating that a higher degree of deviant behaviour may involve injection drug use and may also be associated with a Cited by: Page 27 - With few and isolated exceptions, the rehabilitative efforts that have been reported so far have had no appreciable effect on recidivism.

Appears in books from Page - A Comparison of the Work of Thorsten Sellin and Isaac Ehrlich on the Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment," Yale Law Journal 85 ():. Recidivism.

Recidivism is defined as the percentage of drug addicts who resume their before-intervention drug consumption, after completing a therapy or rehabilitation program or other systematic attempt to reduce their illicit drug use.

From: International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Related terms: ACE Inhibitor.Psychopathy was the strongest correlate of all three moralism factors (r s ranged from to) and narcissism was the weakest (r s ranged from – to) (Knežević et al., ). Construct/Factor Analytic.

At first, it appeared that two factors could explain the amoralism variance (Stankov & .The Inventory of Offender Risk, Needs, and Strengths (IORNS) is a ‐item self‐report measure developed to assess static, dynamic, and protective factors in the treatment and assessment of adult male and female : Holly A.

Miller.