Return to the Neighborhood, Back to Crime


parole1When parolees return to their neighborhood, in most cases, reports of robbery, aggravated assault, and burglary increase, found a new study, “Do Returning Parolees affect neighborhood Crime? A Case Study of Sacremento,” by UC Irvine criminologist John Hipp. Yet, the report also finds that crime decreases when parolees return to stable neighborhoods with long-time residents.

Read the abstract here. (Report must be purchased)

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