2016-2017 Performance Monitoring Report - Annex 6

DAY PAROLE

Table 45. Day Parole Release Decisions

Year Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 453 115 1,229 - 914 - 1,307 89 716 244 4,619 448
2013/14 462 146 1,242 - 919 - 1,134 103 688 307 4,445 556
2014/15 495 131 1,414 - 892 - 1,206 72 693 295 4,700 498
2015/16 539 88 1,166 - 1,026 - 1,252 89 622 280 4,605 457
2016/17 528 97 1,414 - 1,116 1* 1,303 110 655 277 5,016 485
5-year average 495 115 1,293 - 973 - 1,240 93 675 281 4,677 489

* The provincial case in the Ontario region was a federal sentence which was completed in less than two years after the sentence conviction had been suspended.

Table 46. Day Parole Release Decisions by Regular and APR Review

Year Type Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 Reg. 453 115 1,229 - 914 - 1,307 89 695 244 4,598 448
APR1 - - - - - - - - 21 - 21 -
All 453 115 1,229 - 914 - 1,307 89 716 244 4,619 448
2013/14 Reg. 462 146 1,241 - 919 - 1,134 103 642 307 4,398 556
APR2 - - 1 - - - - - 46 - 47 -
All 462 146 1,242 - 919 - 1,134 103 688 307 4,445 556
2014/15 Reg. 494 131 1,414 - 878 - 1,205 72 662 295 4,653 498
APR3 1 - - - 14 - 1 - 29 - 45 -
By exc. - - - - - - - - 2 - 2 -
All 495 131 1,414 - 892 - 1,206 72 693 295 4,700 498
2015/16 Reg. 539 88 1,155 - 969 - 1,241 89 611 280 4,515 457
APR3 - - 11 - 57 - 11 - 11 - 90 -
All 539 88 1,166 - 1,026 - 1,252 89 622 280 4,605 457
2016/17 Reg. 528 97 1,389 - 1,086 1 1,293 110 637 277 4,933 485
APR3 - - 25 - 30 - 10 - 18 - 83 -
All 528 97 1,414 - 1,116 1 1,303 110 655 277 5,016 485

Note: Includes only pre-release decisions to grant/direct/continue or deny/not direct day parole, except APRI not-directed.
1 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court decision.
2 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court, Quebec Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Canada decisions.
3 These are APR cases following the Supreme Court of Canada decision and other provincial supreme court decisions.

Table 47. Day Parole Release Decisions Following Hearings with an Indigenous Cultural Advisor

Year Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 19 - 27 - 15 - 163 - 81 - 305 -
2013/14 13 - 30 - 12 - 176 1 56 - 287 1
2014/15 23 - 41 - 13 - 151 - 67 1 295 1
2015/16 17 - 37 - 27 - 132 - 65 - 278 -
2016/17 15 - 38 - 44 - 196 2 102 - 395 2
5-year average 17 - 35 - 22 - 164 1 74 - 312 1

Note: Includes only pre-release decisions to grant/direct/continue or deny/not direct day parole, except APRI not-directed.

Table 48. Average Proportion of Sentence Served at First Federal Day Parole Release by Region (%)

Region 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 5-Yr. Avg.
Atlantic 35 36 36 37 32 35
Quebec 38 38 37 39 37 38
Ontario 42 42 41 38 38 40
Prairies 37 37 37 38 38 37
Pacific 40 37 40 41 41 40
Canada 38 38 38 39 37 38

Note: Excludes those serving indeterminate sentences.

Table 49. Average Proportion of Sentence Served at First Federal Day Parole Release by Offence Type (%)

Offence Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 5-Yr. Avg.
Schedule I-sex 44 45 42 41 40 42
Schedule I-non-sex 42 42 42 43 41 42
Schedule II 34 34 34 35 34 34
Non-scheduled 39 37 38 38 36 38

Note: Excludes those serving indeterminate sentences.

Table 50. Average Proportion of Sentence Served at First Federal Day Parole Release by Indigenous and Race (%)

Race 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 5-Yr. Avg.
Indigenous 42 43 41 44 41 42
Asian 34 35 33 34 33 34
Black 40 40 40 39 40 40
White 38 37 37 38 36 37
Other 37 35 38 36 33 35

Note: Excludes those serving indeterminate sentences.

Table 51. Average Proportion of Sentence Served at First Federal Day Parole Release by Gender (%)

Gender 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 5-Yr. Avg.
Male 38 38 38 39 37 38
Female 39 35 35 37 34 36

Note: Excludes those serving indeterminate sentences.

Table 52. Grant Rates for Federal Day Parole

Year Type Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
# % # % # % # % # % # %
2012/13 Regular 347 77 807 66 612 67 833 64 511 74 3,110 68
APR1 - - - - - - - - 14 67 14 67
All 347 77 807 66 612 67 833 64 525 73 3,124 68
2013/14 Regular 345 75 859 69 647 70 737 65 484 75 3,072 70
APR2 - - 1 100 - - - - 38 83 39 83
All 345 75 860 69 647 70 737 65 522 76 3,111 70
2014/15 Regular 396 80 884 63 665 76 877 73 497 75 3,319 71
APR3 1 100 - - 13 93 1 100 23 79 38 84
By exc. - - - - - - - - 2 100 2 100
All 397 80 884 63 678 76 878 73 522 75 3,359 71
2015/16 Regular 478 89 794 69 761 79 908 73 443 73 3,384 75
APR3 - - 11 100 54 95 11 100 10 91 86 96
All 478 89 805 69 815 79 919 73 453 73 3,470 75
2016/17 Regular 456 86 1,048 75 881 81 971 75 488 77 3,844 78
APR3 - - 25 100 30 100 9 90 16 89 80 96
All 456 86 1,073 76 911 82 980 75 504 77 3,924 78

Note: Includes only pre-release decisions to grant/direct/continue or deny/not direct day parole, except APRI not-directed.
1 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court decision.
2 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court, Quebec Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Canada decisions.
3 These are APR cases following the Supreme Court of Canada decision and other provincial supreme court decisions.

Table 53. Grant Rates for Federal Day Parole Following Hearings with an Indigenous Cultural Advisor

Year Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
# % # % # % # % # % # %
2012/13 14 74 10 37 7 47 95 58 50 62 176 58
2013/14 7 54 14 47 6 50 102 58 38 68 167 58
2014/15 16 70 22 54 10 77 94 62 46 69 188 64
2015/16 15 88 23 62 22 81 80 61 46 71 186 67
2016/17 13 87 28 74 34 77 131 67 79 77 285 72
5-year average 13 75 19 56 16 71 100 61 52 70 200 64

Note: Includes only pre-release decisions to grant/direct/continue or deny/not direct day parole, except APRI not-directed.

Table 54. Grant Rates for Provincial Day Parole

Year Atlantic Quebec Ontario Prairies Pacific Canada
# % # % # % # % # % # %
2012/13 53 46 - - - - 33 37 128 52 214 48
2013/14 69 47 - - - - 49 48 178 58 296 53
2014/15 77 59 - - - - 35 49 174 59 286 57
2015/16 61 69 - - - - 49 55 154 55 264 58
2016/17 67 69 - - 1 100 60 55 163 59 291 60
5-year  average 65 57 - - - - 45 49 159 57 270 55

* The provincial case in the Ontario region was a federal sentence which was completed in less than two years after the sentence conviction had been suspended.

Table 55. Grant Rates for Federal and Provincial Day Parole by Offence Type (%)

Year Murder Schedule I-Sex Schedule I-Non-Sex Schedule II Non-Scheduled
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 80 - 45 41 63 44 77 51 66 51
2013/14 83 - 48 57 65 59 80 59 68 44
2014/15 82 - 47 54 67 54 84 71 68 54
2015/16 85 - 55 67 70 53 87 66 73 54
2016/17 89 - 56 52 74 55 88 74 79 58
5-year  average 84 - 50 55 68 53 83 65 71 52

Table 56. Grant Rates for Federal and Provincial Day Parole by Indigenous and Race (%)

Year Indigenous Asian Black White Other
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 64 47 74 60 57 21 70 50 64 33
2013/14 63 49 80 53 66 23 72 58 63 39
2014/15 68 56 77 59 69 43 72 62 68 40
2015/16 70 51 76 68 71 63 77 58 79 59
2016/17 74 53 83 67 76 43 79 62 80 61
5-year  average 68 51 78 61 68 36 74 58 73 47

Table 57. Grant Rates for Federal and Provincial Day Parole by Gender

Year Male Female
Fed. Prov. Fed. Prov.
2012/13 67 46 80 62
2013/14 69 51 83 71
2014/15 70 56 86 73
2015/16 75 58 85 62
2016/17 77 59 90 73
5-year average 72 54 85 69

Table 58. Grant Rates for Federal Day Parole by Sentence Type

Year Type Determinate Lifers Other Indeterminate
# % # % # %
2012/13 Regular 2,525 69 571 80 14 6
APR1 14 67 - - - -
All 2,539 69 571 80 14 6
2013/14 Regular 2,518 71 538 83 16 8
APR2 39 83 - - - -
All 2,557 71 538 83 16 8
2014/15 Regular 2,687 73 605 82 27 11
APR2 38 84 - - - -
By exception - - 2 100 - -
All 2,725 74 607 82 27 11
2015/16 Regular 2,795 77 564 85 25 11
APR3 86 96 - - - -
All 2,881 78 564 85 25 11
2016/17 Regular 3,206 80 604 89 34 13
APR3 80 96 - - - -
All 3,286 81 604 89 34 13

Note: Includes only pre-release decisions to grant/direct/continue or deny/not direct day parole.
Definition: Lifers include those offenders sentenced to life as a minimum sentence or life as a maximum sentence. Other indeterminate includes dangerous offenders, dangerous sexual offenders, habitual criminals, and those offenders who are on Lieutenant Governor Warrants.
1 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court decision.
2 These are APR cases following the British Columbia Supreme Court, Quebec Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Canada decisions.
3 These are APR cases following the Supreme Court of Canada decision and other  provincial supreme court decisions.

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