Section 2 Redisposition or Revocation during Probation/Parole Supervision

Fig. 5-4-2-1 shows the trend in three types concerning rates of probationers and parolees whose supervision period terminated during the years of 2001-2020: [1] redisposition rate (the percentage of those who committed an offense during their probation/parole supervision period and were subjected to criminal dispositions for the offense (including suspension of prosecution; for those who received a sentence, the number is limited to those whose sentence was finalized during their probation/parole supervision period) among the total number of probationers/parolees whose probation/parole supervision terminated in the respective years), [2] revocation rate (the percentage of those whose full-suspension of execution of their sentence or parole was revoked due to either a violation of their conditions for probation/parole supervision or re-offending), and [3] revocation/redisposition rate (the percentage of those who fall under either redisposition or revocation; a person falling under both categories is counted as one person).

Fig. 5-4-2-1 Redisposition/revocation rate of probationers/parolees

Fig. 5-4-2-1

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