Share your thoughts: 2022 Corrections and Conditional Release Statistical Overview (CCRSO) Survey

From Public Safety Canada

Current Status: Closed

Opened on March 19, 2024 and closed to new input on April 12, 2024.

The Research Division (RD), Crime Prevention Branch, is mandated to provide sound, empirical information that supports evidence-based policy development in the priority areas of crime prevention and evaluation, law enforcement and policing, and corrections and criminal justice. Within the scope of this mandate, RD coordinates the interdepartmental development of the Corrections and Conditional Release Statistical Overview (CCRSO), a report that has been published annually since 1998. The purpose of the CCRSO is to assist the public in understanding statistical information on corrections and conditional release within a context of crime trends.

The goal of this survey was to solicit feedback from stakeholders on their experience interacting with the 2022 edition of the CCRSO. In particular, RD was interested in identifying potential issues around accessibility. These findings may inform new approaches to data visualization in the CCRSO in future iterations.

How to participate

Members of the National Crime Prevention Strategy e-distribution list received a survey link automatically by email. Disability communities within the federal government also received invitations to complete the survey by email. Members of the general public could contact the Research Division directly to access the survey between March 19 and April 12, 2024.

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For more information, please contact the Research Division, Crime Prevention Branch.

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