2016-2017 Performance Monitoring Report - Annex 3

FEDERAL RELEASES

Table 24. Federal Releases and Graduations

Release/Graduation Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
# % # % # % # % # %
DP from institutions 1,856 17 1,912 18 2,017 19 2,175 20 2,570 23
DP continued 1,219 11 1,202 11 1,234 12 1,196 11 1,222 11
All day parole 3,075 29 3,114 29 3,251 30 3,371 31 3,792 34
FP from institutions 121 1 170 2 189 2 185 2 180 2
DP to FP 894 8 927 9 953 9 1,108 10 1,275 11
All full parole 1,015 10 1,097 10 1,142 11 1,293 12 1,455 13
SR from institutions 5,555 52 5,636 52 5,339 50 5,271 48 4,829 44
DP to SR 633 6 648 6 617 6 711 6 742 7
All statutory release 6,188 58 6,284 58 5,956 56 5,982 54 5,571 50
WED to LTSO 44 0 40 0 43 0 55 0 31 0
Graduations to LTSO 16 0 23 0 20 0 30 0 24 0
All LTSO 60 1 63 1 63 1 85 1 55 0
WED from institutions 195 2 194 2 173 2 159 1 119 1
Other* 97 1 105 1 118 1 117 1 105 1
Releases from institutions 7,868 74 8,057 74 7,879 74 7,962 72 7,834 71
Graduations 2,762 26 2,800 26 2,824 26 3,045 28 3,263 29
Offenders released
from institutions
7,165   7,327   7,252   7,319   7,303  
Offenders who graduated from one
supervision period to another or to LTSO
2,030   2,051   2,091   2,292   2,508  

* ‘Other’ includes death, transfers to foreign countries, etc.
Note: The number of releases from institutions and graduations may be greater than the number of offenders released, as an offender could be released from the institution and graduate from one supervision period to another supervision period more than once during the same year.

Table 25. Federal Releases from Institution by Region

Release Type Region 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Day parole Atlantic 287 291 323 382 384
Quebec 449 503 486 513 734
Ontario 339 386 385 485 537
Prairies 531 480 555 551 618
Pacific 250 252 268 244 297
Canada 1,856 1,912 2,017 2,175 2,570
Full parole Atlantic 1 8 8 8 7
Quebec 25 41 21 32 24
Ontario 55 52 108 95 84
Prairies 19 28 31 34 44
Pacific 21 41 21 16 21
Canada 121 170 189 185 180
Statutory release Atlantic 549 594 527 545 522
Quebec 1,075 1,123 1,153 1,191 1,062
Ontario 1,417 1,365 1,184 1,109 974
Prairies 1,881 1,954 1,833 1,767 1,758
Pacific 633 600 642 659 513
Canada 5,555 5,636 5,339 5,271 4,829
WED Atlantic 16 18 18 8 9
Quebec 45 42 36 30 32
Ontario 35 39 50 39 27
Prairies 78 73 48 61 37
Pacific 21 22 21 21 14
Canada 195 194 173 159 119
WED to LTSO Atlantic 1 2 1 - 2
Quebec 16 12 14 17 14
Ontario 16 13 15 18 7
Prairies 7 8 5 9 4
Pacific 4 5 8 11 4
Canada 44 40 43 55 31
All releases from institutions Atlantic 859 918 889 953 933
Quebec 1,625 1,747 1,750 1,804 1,902
Ontario 1,898 1,882 1,770 1,793 1,654
Prairies 2,539 2,571 2,495 2,442 2,483
Pacific 947 939 975 970 862
Canada 7,868 8,057 7,879 7,962 7,834

Note: The totals include other types of releases from institutions such as transfers to foreign countries, death etc.

Table 26. Graduations from Federal Supervision Periods by Region

Graduation Type Region 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Day parole continued Atlantic 62 72 60 86 75
Quebec 343 341 393 295 321
Ontario 261 264 254 254 275
Prairies 280 255 260 296 282
Pacific 273 270 267 265 269
Canada 1,219 1,202 1,234 1,196 1,222
Day parole to full parole Atlantic 157 166 153 202 240
Quebec 236 256 263 284 364
Ontario 141 139 187 242 286
Prairies 270 227 241 276 281
Pacific 90 139 109 104 104
Canada 894 927 953 1,108 1,275
Day parole to statutory release Atlantic 67 84 69 95 74
Quebec 169 147 172 198 210
Ontario 143 167 149 145 168
Prairies 167 156 137 184 175
Pacific 87 94 90 89 115
Canada 633 648 617 711 742
Graduations to LTSO Atlantic - 2 - 4 1
Quebec 7 7 6 11 9
Ontario 2 7 4 5 6
Prairies 2 3 8 4 6
Pacific 5 4 2 6 2
Canada 16 23 20 30 24
All graduations Atlantic 286 324 282 387 390
Quebec 755 751 834 788 904
Ontario 547 577 594 646 735
Prairies 719 641 646 760 744
Pacific 455 507 468 464 490
Canada 2,762 2,800 2,824 3,045 3,263

Table 27. Federal Releases by Indigenous and Race (between 2012/13 and 2016/17)

Release Type Indigenous Asian Black White Other
# % # % # % # % # %
DP from institutions 1,701 13 642 28 761 18 6,930 21 496 23
DP continued 1,164 9 292 13 318 8 4,088 13 211 10
DP all 2,865 23 934 40 1,079 26 11,018 34 707 33
FP from institutions 73 1 116 5 149 4 423 1 84 4
DP to FP 552 4 448 19 357 9 3,535 11 265 12
FP all 625 5 564 24 506 12 3,958 12 349 16
SR from institutions 8,091 64 664 29 2,199 53 14,760 46 916 43
DP to SR 665 5 150 6 276 7 2,133 7 127 6
SR all 8,756 69 814 35 2,475 60 16,893 52 1,043 49
WED 353 3 10 0 67 2 382 1 28 1
WED (to LTSO) 63 0 3 0 20 0 112 0 15 1
Graduation to LTSO 37 0 1 0 3 0 69 0 3 0
LTSO all 100 1 4 0 23 1 181 1 18 1
Total 12,699   2,326   4,150   32,432   2,145  

Note: Excluded releases from 2012/13 to 2016/17 were 10 transfers to foreign countries, 268 deceased and 264 'other' for a total of 542.

Table 28. Federal Releases by Gender (between 2012/13 and 2016/17)

Release Type Male Female
# % # %
DP from institutions 9,509 19 1,021 27
DP continued 5,560 11 513 14
DP all 15,069 30 1,534 41
FP from institutions 751 2 94 2
DP to FP 4,683 9 474 13
FP all 5,434 11 568 15
SR from institutions 25,343 51 1,287 34
DP to SR 3,006 6 345 9
SR all 28,349 57 1,632 43
WED 815 2 25 1
WED (to LTSO) 207 0 6 0
Graduation to LTSO 108 0 5 0
LTSO all 315 1 11 0
Total 49,982   3,770  

Note: Excluded releases from 2012/13 to 2016/17 were 10 transfers to foreign countries, 268 deceased and 264 ‘other’ for a total of 542.

Table 29. Federal Releases and Graduations by Offence Type

Release/
Graduation Type
Year Murder Schedule I-Sex Schedule I-Non-Sex Schedule II Non-Scheduled
  # % # % # % # % # %
Releases from institutions on day parole 2012/13 120 19 159 15 563 13 632 28 382 17
2013/14 110 17 167 15 563 13 690 28 382 16
2014/15 142 20 141 14 594 14 781 30 359 17
2015/16 123 18 193 19 661 15 819 30 379 18
2016/17 148 21 235 22 803 18 939 33 445 22
Day parole continued 2012/13 424 66 91 9 313 7 251 11 140 6
2013/14 417 65 82 8 307 7 257 10 139 6
2014/15 419 60 99 10 331 8 254 10 131 6
2015/16 427 61 97 10 312 7 237 9 123 6
2016/17 417 59 113 11 354 8 242 8 96 5
Releases from institutions on full parole 2012/13 7 1 21 2 15 0 47 2 31 1
2013/14 10 2 19 2 30 1 62 2 49 2
2014/15 9 1 16 2 32 1 97 4 35 2
2015/16 12 2 23 2 24 1 90 3 36 2
2016/17 13 2 21 2 37 1 73 3 36 2
Graduations from day parole to full parole 2012/13 73 11 74 7 213 5 369 16 165 7
2013/14 77 12 46 4 197 5 435 17 172 7
2014/15 90 13 61 6 203 5 433 16 166 8
2015/16 99 14 75 7 239 5 515 19 180 9
2016/17 106 15 122 11 298 7 542 19 207 10
Releases from institutions on statutory release 2012/13 - - 501 49 2,871 66 817 36 1,366 60
2013/14 6 1 574 53 2,811 66 865 34 1,380 59
2014/15 3 0 497 51 2,710 64 880 33 1,249 59
2015/16 6 1 442 43 2,785 63 852 31 1,186 56
2016/17 1 0 425 40 2,561 57 828 29 1,014 51
Graduations from day parole to statutory release 2012/13 - - 71 7 248 6 168 7 146 6
2013/14 1 0 92 8 224 5 191 8 140 6
2014/15 - - 64 7 255 6 178 7 120 6
2015/16 - - 82 8 255 6 226 8 148 7
2016/17 - - 79 7 282 6 236 8 145 7
Releases from institutions at WED 2012/13 - - 67 7 109 2 1 0 18 1
2013/14 - - 65 6 111 3 6 0 12 1
2014/15 - - 60 6 97 2 3 0 13 1
2015/16 3 0 47 5 93 2 2 0 14 1
2016/17 - - 38 4 78 2 - - 3 0
Releases from institutions to LTSO 2012/13 - - 19 2 22 1 - - 3 0
2013/14 - - 23 2 17 0 - - - -
2014/15 - - 21 2 21 0 - - 1 0
2015/16 - - 29 3 26 1 - - - -
2016/17 - - 18 2 12 0 - - 1 0
Graduations to LTSO 2012/13 - - 12 1 3 0 - - 1 0
2013/14 - - 12 1 11 0 - - - -
2014/15 - - 12 1 5 0 - - 3 0
2015/16 - - 18 2 11 0 - - 1 0
2016/17 - - 11 1 13 0 - - - -

Note 1: Offenders serving sentences for murder on statutory release and those released at WED include federal offenders serving determinate sentences for offences of first and second degree murder convicted under the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, as well as those serving determinate sentences for second degree murder that were transfers from the United States.
Note 2: Category ‘Other’ (transfers to foreign countries, deceased etc) was used in calculations but not shown in the table.

Table 30. Proportions of Federal Releases and Graduations by Offence Type (%)

Release/ Graduation Type Offence Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

Releases from institutions on day parole

Murder 6 6 7 6 6
Schedule I-sex 9 9 7 9 9
Schedule I-non-sex 30 29 29 30 31
Schedule II 34 36 39 38 37
Non-scheduled 21 20 18 17 17

Day parole continued

Murder 35 35 34 36 34
Schedule I-sex 7 7 8 8 9
Schedule I-non-sex 26 26 27 26 29
Schedule II 21 21 21 20 20
Non-scheduled 11 12 11 10 8

Releases from institutions on full parole

Murder 6 6 5 6 7
Schedule I-sex 17 11 8 12 12
Schedule I-non-sex 12 18 17 13 21
Schedule II 39 36 51 49 41
Non-scheduled 26 29 19 19 20

Graduations from day parole to full parole

Murder 8 8 9 9 8
Schedule I-sex 8 5 6 7 10
Schedule I-non-sex 24 21 21 22 23
Schedule II 41 47 45 46 43
Non-scheduled 18 19 17 16 16

Releases from institutions on statutory release

Murder - 0 0 0 0
Schedule I-sex 9 10 9 8 9
Schedule I-non-sex 52 50 51 53 53
Schedule II 15 15 16 16 17
Non-scheduled 25 24 23 23 21

Graduations from day parole to statutory release

Murder - 0 - - -
Schedule I-sex 11 14 10 12 11
Schedule I-non-sex 39 35 41 36 38
Schedule II 27 29 29 32 32
Non-scheduled 23 22 19 21 20

Note 1: The proportion is calculated by offence type and applied to each type of release/graduation.
Note 2: Offenders serving sentences for murder on statutory release include federal offenders serving determinate sentences for offences of first and second degree murder convicted under the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, as well as those serving determinate sentences for second degree murder that were transfers from the United States.

Table 31. Federal Releases to Statutory Release in Relation to Prior Consideration for Parole Release

Year Type Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
# % # % # % # % # % # %
2012/13 Parole granted/directed 209 34 331 27 300 19 512 25 208 29 1,560 25
Parole denied/not directed 135 22 406 33 398 26 647 32 178 25 1,764 29
No prior parole decision 272 44 507 41 862 55 889 43 334 46 2,864 46
2013/14 Parole granted/directed 221 33 330 26 313 20 495 23 182 26 1,541 25
Parole denied/not directed 150 22 378 30 353 23 627 30 147 21 1,655 26
No prior parole decision 307 45 562 44 866 57 988 47 365 53 3,088 49
2014/15 Parole granted/directed 158 27 333 25 284 21 442 22 183 25 1,400 24
Parole denied/not directed 134 22 413 31 251 19 517 26 154 21 1,469 25
No prior parole decision 304 51 579 44 798 60 1,011 51 395 54 3,087 52
2015/16 Parole granted/directed 206 32 304 22 257 20 454 23 200 27 1,421 24
Parole denied/not directed 95 15 457 33 191 15 455 23 137 18 1,335 22
No prior parole decision 339 53 628 45 806 64 1,042 53 411 55 3,226 54
2016/17 Parole granted/directed 225 38 302 24 278 24 437 23 196 31 1,438 26
Parole denied/not directed 70 12 340 27 173 15 404 21 106 17 1,093 20
No prior parole decision 301 51 630 50 691 61 1,092 56 326 52 3,040 55

Note: Includes releases on statutory release directly from institutions and graduations from day parole to statutory release.

Table 32. Federal Releases at Warrant Expiry in Relation to Prior Consideration for Parole Release

Year Type Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
# % # % # % # % # % # %
2012/13 Parole granted/directed - - 2 3 1 2 6 7 1 4 10 4
Parole denied/not directed 6 35 12 20 3 6 15 18 4 16 40 17
No prior parole decision 11 65 47 77 47 92 64 75 20 80 189 79
2013/14 Parole granted/directed - - 1 2 - - 2 2 2 7 5 2
Parole denied/not directed 2 10 9 17 9 17 16 20 3 11 39 17
No prior parole decision 18 90 44 81 43 83 63 78 22 81 190 81
2014/15 Parole granted/directed - - 3 6 - - 1 2 - - 4 2
Parole denied/not directed 2 11 5 10 7 11 2 4 7 24 23 11
No prior parole decision 17 89 42 84 58 89 50 94 22 76 189 88
2015/16 Parole granted/directed 1 13 2 4 - - 1 1 1 3 5 2
Parole denied/not directed - - 6 13 6 11 6 9 7 22 25 12
No prior parole decision 7 88 39 83 51 89 63 90 24 75 184 86
2016/17 Parole granted/directed 1 9 - - 1 3 - - - - 2 1
Parole denied/not directed - - 4 9 4 12 4 10 3 17 15 10
No prior parole decision 10 91 42 91 29 85 37 90 15 83 133 89

Note: Includes releases directly from institutions at warrant expiry and releases at warrant expiry onto long-term supervision orders.

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