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Parole rates are increasing in the federal system but are still low. Most (60%) prisoners are held until statutory release. Relatively few prisoners are granted parole near their first eligibility date, with most held at least several months and often many years past that. Indigenous prisoners serve even longer on average. Source: John Howard Society
According to the most recent data available, the suicide rate of inmates is approximately 70 per 100,000 for federally incarcerated offenders, which is 6 times higher than Canada's rate of 10.7 suicides per 100,000 people. The homicide rate for incarcerated federal offenders was approximately 22 per 100,000, compared to the national homicide rate of 1.8 per 100,000 in 2019. Source: Prison Free Press
Canada’s prisons recently recorded the highest use of force incidents ever and there are too many involving mentally ill inmates in Regional Treatment Centres, according to the Correctional Investigator of Canada. Source: Ottawa City News
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