Alternatives to incarceration in Italy 2018

This statistic shows the alternatives to incarceration in Italy in 2018. According to data, in November 2018, roughly 16.5 thousand people were on probation with the social services, and another 10,696 people were on home detention.

Alternatives to incarceration in Italy in 2018

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Source

Release date

November 2018

Region

Italy

Survey time period

November 30, 2018

Supplementary notes


* Supervised freedom is a personal, non-custodial safety measure consisting in the restriction of personal freedom of the subject which aim at preventing the commission of new crimes and social reintegration.
** Semi-freedom means the possibility to spend the majority of time out of jail during the day to seek working activity, to study or to do a voluntary job.
*** Probation replaces short prison sentences (maximum six months) and implies the prohibition to leave the municipality of residence and the obligation to report at least once a day at specified times to the Public Security Office.
**** Semi-detention replaces short prison sentences (maximum one year) and implies the obligation to spend at least ten hours per day in the assigned penal institutions.

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