Number of U.S. probationers who exited supervision in 2016, by type of exit

Number of U.S. probationers who exited supervision 2016, by type of exit This statistic shows the number of U.S. probationers who exited supervision in 2016, by type of exit. In 2016, around 971 thousand of probationers exited probation by completion.
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Percentage of probationers
Completion971,498%
Unknown or not reported307,978%
Other unsatisfactory*262,418%
Incarceration***233,203%
Other**80,106%
Absconder49,159%
Death12,367%
Discharged to warrant or detainer11,958%
Percentage of probationers
Completion971,498%
Unknown or not reported307,978%
Other unsatisfactory*262,418%
Incarceration***233,203%
Other**80,106%
Absconder49,159%
Death12,367%
Discharged to warrant or detainer11,958%
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This statistic shows the number of U.S. probationers who exited supervision in 2016, by type of exit. In 2016, around 971 thousand of probationers exited probation by completion.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Supplementary notes
* Includes probationers discharged from supervision who did not meet all conditions of supervision, including some with only financial conditions remaining, some who had their probation sentence revoked but were not incarcerated because their sentence was immediately reinstated, and other types of unsatisfactory exits. May include some early terminations and expirations of sentence reported as unsatisfactory exits.
** Includes probationers discharged from supervision through a legislative mandate because they were deported or transferred to the jurisdiction of Immigration and Customs. ***Includes probationers who were incarcerated for a new offense and those who had their current probation sentence revoked. Enforcement (ICE); transferred to another state through an interstate compact agreement; had their sentence dismissed or overturned by the court through an appeal; had their sentence closed administratively, deferred, or terminated by the court; were awaiting a hearing; were released on bond; and other types of exits.

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