It is inevitable some prisoners will re-offend after they are released, as they are sentenced to finite terms.
However it is of huge concern that released prisoners who had been given a life sentence or preventative detention are re-offending because they have no right of release. They are granted it by a parole board.
The one third of preventative detention releases re-offending is almost inexcusable. They have been deemed so dangerous that they should never ever be released unless they are clearly no longer a danger to the community. The Parole Board is obviously giving the benefit of the doubt in cases where they are not entitled to. With preventative detention, if there is doubt, they should stay in jail.No tag for this post.