The recidivism of homicide offenders in Western Australia
Popular perceptions about the recidivism of homicide offenders are contradictory, varying from one extreme - that such offenders rarely commit further violent offences - to the opposite, where it is thought that they remain at a high risk of serious reoffending. The present study draws on the records of 1088 persons arrested in Western Australia over the period 1984-2005 for domestic murders and other types of homicides (robbery and sexual murder), including attempted murder, conspiracy to...[Show more]
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