Share of sentence served before first parole, by indigenous identity Canada 2006-2019

This statistic shows the percentage of Canadian offenders' sentences served before being released on their first parole from the fiscal year of 2006 to the fiscal year of 2019. In the fiscal year of 2019, Aboriginal offenders in Canada served 47.8 percent of their sentence before being released on their first full parole.

Percentage of sentence served before first full parole in Canada from FY 2006 to FY 2019, by indigenous identity

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Source

Release date

October 2020

Region

Canada

Survey time period

FY 2006 to 2019

Supplementary notes

Full parole is a conditional release where the offender is allowed to serve the remainder of their sentence under supervision in the community. They may live in a private residence but must regularly report to a parole supervisor.

The Canadian government fiscal year runs from April 1 through March 31.

Values prior to FY 2010 taken from previous reports, available here.

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