‘Throughcare’ Project in Hume, ACT is helping people stay out of prison – link to discussion on What’s Working and latest ABS Corrective Services data

Throughcare project at the Alexander Maconochie Centre in Hume, ACT  has been evaluated by researches at the University of New South Wales.

Professor of Criminology Eileen Baldry discusses what’s working in the ACT that has prisoners lining up to take part.

Latest ABS Release, 4512.0 – Corrective Services, Australia, December quarter 2016

LATEST ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 16/03/2017

Rates per 100,000 adult population (below image)

Nationally, the average daily imprisonment rate in the December quarter 2016 was 211 persons per 100,000 adult population, the Northern Territory continued to have the highest rate of all states and territories with 891 persons per 100,000 adult population. Western Australia had the next highest rate, with 313 persons per 100,000 adult population.

Tasmania had the lowest average daily imprisonment rate (142 persons per 100,000 adult population). (Table 3)

 

 

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