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 White paper on crime 2004 Part2/Chapter4/Section2/4. 

4. Reimprisonmentafterrelease

  Table 2-4-2-5 shows the percentage of those inmates reimprisoned until2003after their release from penal institutions in1998.More inmates who were released on termination of sentence have committed repeat offenses sooner than those released on parole.
  Considered those inmates who were imprisoned in2003and found their previous imprisonment,the examination on the period from their previous release to their repeating offenses,which were their reimprisonment reasons,revealed that the percentage of those reimprisoned in less than one year after their release was the highest in previous offenses of breaking and entering at60.8%,followed by intimidation at53.7%(see Appendix2-10 ).
  Table 2-4-2-6 shows the cumulative rates of inmates who were released between 1994 and1998and reimprisoned within five years from the year of their release.There have been no significant changes in the reimprisonment rate.

Table 2-4-2-5 Reimprisonment rates of inmates released in1998by the end of2003

Table 2-4-2-6 Trends in reimprisonment rates within five years from the year of release(year of release,from1994to1998)