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4512.0 - Corrective Services, Australia, September Quarter 2015 Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 03/12/2015   
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3 December 2015
Embargoed: 11:30 am (Canberra time)

Increase in persons serving community-based corrections orders

There were 59,992 persons in community-based corrections in the September quarter 2015, an increase of seven per cent (3,923 persons) from the September quarter 2014, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

"The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in community-based corrections increased by four per cent (or 425 persons) from the September quarter 2014 to 11,780 persons. This represents 20 per cent of the overall community-based corrections population," said William Milne from the ABS.

The most common order types were sentenced probation and parole, accounting for 82% of persons in community-based corrections. There were 35,798 persons serving sentenced probation and 13,067 persons serving parole in the September quarter 2015," said Mr Milne.

Sep Qtr 15
Jun Qtr 15 to Sep Qtr 15

% change

Sep Qtr 14 to Sep Qtr 15

% change

Persons in full-time custody
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons in full-time custody
Persons in community-based corrections

The Corrective Services Australia quarterly publication contains national, and state and territory information on persons in adult custody and community-based corrections in Australia.

Further information can be found in Corrective Services, Australia, September Quarter 2015 (cat. no. 4512.0) available for free download from the ABS website

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