Australian Bureau of Statistics
4519.0 - Recorded Crime - Offenders, 2008-09 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 18/03/2010
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Offenders aged 10 to 19 years had the highest average number of times proceeded against by police, at 1.7 times per offender. After this age group, the average number of times that an offender was proceeded against by police during 2008-09 generally decreased as an offender's age increased. Offenders aged 65 years and over had the lowest average number of times proceeded against, at 1.1 times per offender.
Offenders, Average number of times proceeded against by age - combined selected states and territories(a)
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