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Recidivism Reports

Adult Recidivism : The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) defines recidivism as a return to incarceration within three years of the offender's date of release from a state correctional institution. This study includes information regarding the characteristics of offenders who recidivate and outline year to year trends.

: The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) defines recidivism as a return to incarceration within three years of the offender's date of release from a state correctional institution. This study includes information regarding the characteristics of offenders who recidivate and outline year to year trends.

Adult County Rates : The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) defines recidivism as a return to incarceration within three years of the offender's date of release from a state correctional institution. This study compares each county's recidivism rate in comparison with the overall state average.

: The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) defines recidivism as a return to incarceration within three years of the offender's date of release from a state correctional institution. This study compares each county's recidivism rate in comparison with the overall state average.

Juvenile Recidivism Rates : The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) defines recidivism as a return to incarceration within three years of the offender's date of release from a state correctional institution. For juveniles this return could be to a juvenile or adult facility within the study period. This study includes information regarding the characteristics of offenders who recidivate and outline year to year trends.

Impact of Education and Employment on Recidivism : Provides an overview of Dr. John Nally and Dr. Susan Lockwood's findings regarding the interaction of education and employment on recidivism (2011).