Share of incarcerated regular immigrants in Italy 2003-2018

Between 2003 and 2018, the share of regular immigrants held in prison in Italy decreased. According to the source, in 2003 roughly 1.5 million people from abroad were regular residents in the country. In the same year, the share of immigrants housed in an Italian jail was equal to 1.6 percent of the foreign population. Subsequently, about 5.1 million foreigners lived in Italy as of March 2019. Out of this value, 0.39 percent of individuals were imprisoned.

Share of incarcerated regular immigrants in Italy in selected years between 2003 and 2018*

Share of immigrants
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Release date

May 2019



Survey time period

2003 to March 2018

Supplementary notes

*March 2018

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