Australian Bureau of Statistics
1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2007
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Most indigenous prisoners are young adult males, with 75.5% of all indigenous prisoners in Tasmania being males aged between 20 and 34 years. For males, the 25-29 age group had the highest imprisonment rate with 2,569 male indigenous prisoners per 100,000 adult indigenous population, while for females aged 35-39 years had the highest imprisonment rate with 194 female indigenous prisoners per 100,000 adult indigenous population. Overall, those aged 25-29 years of age had the highest imprisonment rate with 1,169 indigenous prisoners per 100,000 adult indigenous population (Source: ABS data available on request, Prisoners in Australia, cat. no. 4517.0).
IMPRISONMENT RATES(a), By Age, Tasmania - At 30 June 2003
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