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Information related to: Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Probation, Technical assistance, Drugs, National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Judges, Recidivism, Pretrial
Tables and data showing trends in inmates' reintroduction into their communities. Includes information on releases from prisons, prison population growth, entries to parole, success rates and recidivism.