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Number of U.S. parolees who exited supervision 2018, by type of exit

This statistic shows the number of U.S. parolees who exited supervision in 2018, by type of exit. In 2018, around 240,542 parolees exited parole in the United States by completion.

Number of parolees who exited supervision in the United States in 2018, by type of exit

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Release date

August 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

* Includes parolees discharged from supervision who did not meet all conditions of supervision, including some who had their parole sentence revoked but were not returned to incarceration because their sentence was immediately reinstated, and other types of unsatisfactory exits; includes some early terminations and expirations of sentence.
** Includes parolees discharged from supervision because they were deported or transferred to the jurisdiction of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), had their sentence terminated by the court through an appeal, were transferred to another state through an interstate compact agreement or discharged to probation supervision, and other types of exits.

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