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The Prison Population Kate's third lecture of the Winter Semester 2011: Prison Population It includes: Prisons In Canada Statistics Women and Crime Correctional Philosophies (Formal equality, assimilationist, substantive equality) Administrative Excl

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Department
Criminology
Course
CRM2306
Professor
Kate Fletcher
Semester
Winter

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Tuesday January 25 2011 The Prison Population 116 prisoners per 100000 Canadiansthat includes conditional sentences 27 billionyear Steps Crime committedcharged by policeEither held in provinial custod awaiting trial remand OR released awaiting trialFound guilty in courtCommunity supervision probation provincialterritorial correctional measure only OR incarcerated fed pen 2 yrs prov 2yrs65 of adult correctional population has been sentenced to probation Also serving time on outside Prisons in Canda 90 of admissions are to provincial institutionsOf that 90 48 for one month or less Federal prison sentenceslife sentences 423 yrs 47 Federal Offenders9 out of 10 have a previous conviction86 previous youth sentence or adult provincialterritorial prison sentence26 served a previous federal sentence Less than grade 12 unemployed and single are major factors when considering
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