Who Returns to Prison? A Survival Analysis of Recidivism among Adult Offenders Released in Oklahoma, 1985 – 2004

@article{Spivak2006WhoRT,
  title={Who Returns to Prison? A Survival Analysis of Recidivism among Adult Offenders Released in Oklahoma, 1985 – 2004},
  author={A. Spivak and Kelly R. Damphousse},
  journal={Justice Research and Policy},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={57 - 88}
}
  • A. Spivak, Kelly R. Damphousse
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Justice Research and Policy
  • Identifying and evaluating the influence of factors that predict offenders' post-release performance is central to the study of recidivism. In this project, 60,536 adult prison releases from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections between 1985 and 1999 were tracked until May 31, 2004. Recidivism was measured as a return to incarceration and cases were analyzed with a Cox Proportional Hazards Survival Regression, which allowed for the assessment of the relative hazards of returning to prison over… CONTINUE READING
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