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Principal Investigator(s): Cohen, Jacqueline; Zimmerman, Sherwood; King, Stephen
Summary: The purpose of this data collection was to measure the validity or accuracy of four recidivism prediction instruments: the INSLAW, RAND, SFS81, and CGR scales. These scales estimate the probability that criminals will commit subsequent crimes quickly, that individuals will commit crime frequently, that inmates who are eligible for release on parole will commit subsequent crimes, and that defendants awaiting trial will commit crimes while on pretrial arrest or detention. The investigators ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09988.v1
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