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1

How many federal offenders were studied?

23,525

2

When were the offenders conditionally released between?

January 1998 and January 2005

3

What % were male and what % were female?

95% and the rest were female

4

What was content analysis done on?

Data from Canada's offender management system on the 23,525 offences in the sample

5

What design was used?

Matched pairs

6

What two groups were participants divided into?

Those who were employed prior to release on a special employment programme and those who were unemployed

7

Name 4 things they were matched on

Gender, risk level, release year, sentence length

8

What was the average time for the whole sample to get employment on the outside?

6 months for males 10 months for females

9

Those on employment schemes prior to finishing their sentence were more likely to do what? And less likely to do what?

Stay on conditional release. Futon to custody with a new offence

10

In which group was the median time to return longest?

Employment group - 37 months to return compared to 11 months for unemployed group

11

What percentage of offenders from what group stayed on conditional release at the end of the study period?

70% of the employed group compared to 55% of the unemployed group

12

What are the implications of this study?

Employment-based programmes play an important role in the last few months of offending, giving the, some of the skills needed and helping them integrate into the community

13

What needs to be offered for offenders with more severe deficits in learning?

More tailored programmes

14

What are employment programmes just as important as?

Drug rehabilitation or anger management programmes

15

What did they aim to investigate the effect on?

Recidivism rates of a community based employment scheme

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