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Correctional Populations in the U.S. (1997)
Allen J. Beck & Paula M. Ditton (eds.); Jan M. Chaiken (foreword). This report finds that an estimated 5.7 million adult residents of the U.S. were under some form of correctional supervision in 1997. Seven in 10 were supervised in the community, through probation or parole. About 2.8% of all adult residents of the U.S. were under correctional supervision in 1997, up from 1.7% in 1985. About 9.0% of black adults, 2.0% of white adults, & 1.3% of adults of other races were under correctional supervision in 1997. This report provides statistics for: jails; probation; prisons; parole & post-release supervision; capital punishment; military confinement; & 1997 Survey of Inmates in State & Federal Correctional Facilities. Includes numerous tables & graphs.
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