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The success of reintegration programs can be judged by subsequent reoffending. From an analysis of data on released male prisoners and interviews with prisoners, ex-prisoners and stakeholders, the report provides a comprehensive overview of offending, and the elements affecting successful reintegration and their application to achieve improved reintegration outcomes for Indigenous offenders as measured by reduced reoffending.

A summary report highlighting the key factors in successful reintegration programs is also available: Reintegration of Indigenous prisoners: key findings (29)

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