Prisoners Released from State and Federal Prisons and Reformatories, 1943 and 1942

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U.S. Department of commerce, Bureau of the census, 1945 - Criminal statistics - 59 pages
 

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Page 31 - Under 3 months 3 to 6 6 to 11 months 12 to 17 months 18 to 23 months 24 to 35 months 36 months or more months All ages 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 I(10.
Page 1 - The inquiry on which this report is based was designed primarily to obtain statistics on offenders who are serving relatively long terms and who have been committed after conviction for a felony or other serious offense.
Page 1 - ... annual census of patients in mental institutions. It was prepared by Dr. Henry D. Sheldon, under the supervision of Dr. Leon E. Truesdell, Chief, Population Division; Howard G. Brunsman, Assistant Chief; and Dr. Henry S. Shryock, Jr., Acting Chief, Institutional and Territorial Statistics Section.
Page 1 - Reformatories," it includes data from institutions of various designations, such as prisons, reformatories, penitentiaries, penal farms, vocational schools, road camps, correctional institutions, and some institutions for the criminally insane.
Page 38 - Offense, method of release, and type of institution 5 years 6 years 7 and 8 years 9 and 10 years 11 to 14 years 15 to 19...
Page 28 - ... months 6 to 11 months . 12 to 17 months 18 to 23 months 24 to 29 months 30 to 35 months 36 months or more _ Median months of service.
Page 36 - AND TYPE OF INSTITUTION 5 years 6 years 7 and 8 years 9 and 10 years 11 to 14 years 15 to 19...
Page 2 - ... Prisoners classified as misdemeanants were those sentenced for terms of less than 6 months, females committed for soliciting and prostitution, or persons committed for offenses falling Into the general classifications of disorderly conduct, drunkenness, or vagrancy, regardless of length of sentence. Prisoners for whom the offense reported was Juvenile delinquency without further specification of offense committed were also classified as misdemeanants. All other prisoners were classified as felony...
Page 41 - FELONY PRISONERS RELEASED FROM STATE INSTITUTIONS, BY TIME SERVED BEFORE RELEASE AND METHOD OF RELEASE, BY REGIONS: 1943 [Excludes statistics for institutions...

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