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Non corrispondono a tutti i libri su Amazon, ma sono i primi e migliori. Morrison signs 700 new prisoners Re-offending rates are falling and crime is at a historic low, but the Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that offenders are taking longer to be released from prison. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reports that re-offending rates are falling and crime is at a historic low, but the release of offenders is taking longer than expected. The ABS says the median time from sentence to release was 47 weeks in 2014-15, compared with 45 weeks in 2013-14. The data is based on an analysis of 55,000 offenders from the NSW, Victorian and Western Australia prisons. Statistics show a statistically significant increase in re-offending rates for all groups of offenders. Other findings include a continued increase in the median time offenders spend in prison, particularly in NSW. Most release criteria that are monitored are functioning well, with indicators such as completion of the Aussie Start program showing a decrease in the risk of re-offending. The ABS also reports that there has been a reduction in the number of offenders re-incarcerated within 12 months. Also, the proportion of parolees who were re-incarcerated within 12 months has fallen. Most cases where re-incarceration was recorded were due to further crime or other offences against the law. The ABS says it could be due to "a number of reasons including early release into the community, offenders who are particularly difficult to monitor, or changes in the offences that are reported to the Parole Board of NSW." "The latest data reflects only a small part of the NSW community and we need to better understand how the patterns are changing in the wider community," a spokeswoman said. She said the reasons for differences in time spent in custody between states is likely to be a range of factors, including jurisdictions’ sentencing policies and the funding available for their prisons. However, the ABS spokesman said it was possible that there had been an increase in re-offending rates in NSW, as measured by the percentage of prisoners who returned to custody for a breach of their parole conditions. This year, the NSW Government said it would spend an extra $120 million to house more inmates.Q: Read from a file in the cloud and using storage ac619d1d87


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