Breakdown of convicted penal population in Singapore 2019 by age

This statistic shows the breakdown, by age, of the convicted prisoners in Singapore in 2019. In 2019, the biggest age group in prison was between 41 to 50 years old, with approximately two thousand prisoners in Singapore being in this age group. The smallest group of prisoners were those aged 66 years and above, with 245 prisoners belonging to this age group in 2019.

Breakdown of convicted penal population in Singapore in 2019, by age

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Release date

February 2020



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According to the source, "convicted penal population refers to the number of inmates who have already been charged and are within the inmate population as at the end of the respective year."

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