1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2004  
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During the June quarter 2002 there was an average of 53,525 persons (based on the first day of the month figures) in community-based corrections, with sentenced probation being the most prevalent option for all states and territories (table 11.44).

11.44 PERSONS IN COMMUNITY-BASED CORRECTIONS - June quarter 2002

Type of penalty
Units
NSW(a)
Vic.
Qld
SA
WA
Tas.
NT
ACT
Aust.

Community-based corrections(a)(b)
no.
17,406
6,583
14,034
7,077
5,325
898
895
1,307
53,525
Restricted movement
no.
189
. .
77
191
80
. .
30
1
568
Reparation
Fine option
no.
106
1,077
2,710
1,908
367
98
24
. .
6,290
Community service
no.
4,536
919
2,159
1,371
2,342
385
245
159
12,116
Supervision (compliance)
Parole
no.
3,371
1,173
1,256
877
1,335
91
165
153
8,421
Bail
no.
170
. .
. .
283
. .
. .
3
194
650
Sentenced probation
no.
11,145
3,614
7,832
2,447
3,335
430
450
800
30,054
Community-based corrections
rate(c)
346.6
175.2
503.4
607.5
372.0
253.9
640.4
537.8
359.2

(a) Average of the number on first day of each month in the June quarter 2002.
(b) As a person may have more than one type of order, the sum of the components may be greater than the total.
(c) Rate per 100,000 adult population.
Source: Corrective Services, Australia, September Quarter, 2002 (4512.0).


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