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Comparison of US prison population to Japan's

 

 

Other references:

bulletComparison of crime rates between Japan and the US.
bulletWorld crime statistics from the UN.
bulletOther UN statistics for Japan.
bulletIn addition to our high incarceration rate, Japan has only 67,278 citizens on probation or parole, compared to 4.1 million in the US, a rate 22.5 times greater.

 

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http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/crimoff.htm

number

number

rate/100k

rate/100k

US

Japan

US

Japan

Factor

Arson

14,700

245

5.2

0.2

26.6

Intrusion

21,000

213

7.4

0.2

43.7

Forgery

157

0.0

0.1

0.0

Rape

429,500

636

151.2

0.5

299.6

Gambling

39

0.0

0.0

0.0

Homicide

231,000

497

81.3

0.4

206.2

Violence

147,000

1,255

51.8

1.0

52.0

Workplace injury

562

0.0

0.4

0.0

Larceny

42,000

6,242

14.8

5.0

3.0

Robbery

210,000

677

73.9

0.5

137.6

Fraud

63,000

1,540

22.2

1.2

18.1

Extortion

598

0.0

0.5

0.0

Embezzlement

194

0.0

0.2

0.0

Stolen property

21,000

21

7.4

0.0

443.7

Violence

105,000

221

37.0

0.2

210.8

Other

27,744

359

9.8

0.3

34.3

Firearms

197,755

321

69.6

0.3

273.3

Prostitution

48

0.0

0.0

0.0

Drugs

359,254

6,725

126.5

5.3

23.7

Traffic/dui

58,700

1,332

20.7

1.1

19.6

 

 

 

 

23-22 CONVICTS IN PRISONS AND DETENTION HOUSES BY TYPE OF CRIME AND INMATES IN

REFORM AND TRAINING SCHOOLS BY TYPE OF DELINQUENCY (1975--97)

Data are based on the Statistical Survey on Correction.

Year

Total

Penal code crimes

Special law crimes

Persons with criminal bent

#

#

#

#

#

Total

Ars on

Intru sion upon habi tation

Forgery of docu ments, secu rities and seals

Inde cency and rape

Gam bling and lot teries

Hom icide

Bodily injury and viol ence

Death or bodily injury through occupa tional negli gence

Lar ceny

Rob bery

Fraud 1)

Extor tion

Embez zlement and breach of trust 2)

Offen ces relat ing to stolen pro perty

Law Con cerning Punish ment for Physical Viol ence, etc.

Other

Total

Fire arms, Swords etc. Poss ession Control Law

Anti- Prosti tution Law

Nar cotics and Psycho tropics Control Law

Stimu lant Control Law

Road Traffic Law

Prisons and detention houses

1975

26175

22338

176

173

266

1135

368

680

2463

2510

9207

706

1916

1172

268

54

880

364

3837

318

93

127

1590

1428

-

1980

28374

19180

241

237

208

683

202

671

2244

1570

8101

550

1871

1091

278

28

839

366

9194

259

93

23

6247

2235

-

1985

31656

19953

276

191

207

592

185

774

2317

1438

8523

621

2307

1192

298

16

683

333

11703

358

126

32

8566

2090

-

1990

22745

14238

227

160

115

535

126

484

1731

1052

6191

391

1387

906

167

14

442

310

8507

322

117

59

5825

1560

-

1995

21838

13238

233

187

125

550

43

508

1237

667

6154

673

1401

708

202

10

250

290

8600

346

64

119

6152

1254

-

1996

22433

13370

238

182

145

548

60

483

1273

660

6139

670

1556

631

200

15

235

335

9063

392

50

84

6585

1297

-

1997

22667

13456

245

213

157

636

39

497

1255

562

6242

677

1540

598

194

21

221

359

9211

321

48

72

6725

1332

-

Reform and training schools

1975

2549

2187

19

16

2

203

-

28

150

73

1299

135

24

199

5

1

16

17

153

9

5

4

23

63

209

1980

4720

3468

39

22

10

274

-

11

363

199

1971

187

19

174

8

5

112

74

814

4

7

1

335

208

438

1985

6029

4363

42

34

21

253

-

34

536

172

2666

130

18

290

12

4

75

76

1215

7

7

2

526

405

451

1990

4234

2997

24

61

14

187

-

29

444

105

1696

129

13

198

14

2

35

46

920

17

1

2

193

422

317

1995

3828

2755

24

14

2

187

-

21

437

65

1413

175

14

314

18

1

41

29

915

11

2

3

366

346

158

1996

4208

3017

29

19

4

169

-

24

505

54

1450

328

18

315

9

-

46

47

1043

8

4

2

447

412

148

1997

4989

3676

25

16

2

294

-

26

630

67

1546

554

9

400

10

1

53

43

1187

14

1

-

524

492

126

1) For 1975, including breach of trust. 2) For 1975, excluding breach of trust.

Source: Judicial System and Research Department, Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of Justice.

http://www.stat.go.jp/english/1431-23.htm

 

 

<a href="http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/press/ppus98.pr">http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/press/ppus98.pr</a> </p> <p>ADVANCE FOR RELEASE AT 4:30 P.M. EDT BJS SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1999 202/307-0784 U.S. CORRECTIONAL POPULATION REACHES 5.9 MILLION OFFENDERS WASHINGTON, D.C. The combined federal, state and local adult correctional population grew by 163,800 men and women during 1998 to reach a new high of 5.9 million people, the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced today. This includes incarcerated inmates and probationers and parolees in the community, BJS said. Almost 3 percent of the nation's adult population, or about 1 in every 34 adults, were incarcerated or on probation or on parole at the end of last year. As of December 31, 1998, adults under community supervision surpassed 4 million for the first time, to a record <a name="4.1 million">4.1 million</a>, up from 3.2 million on December 31, 1990. At the end of 1998, 3,417,613 adult men and women were on probation, 704,964 were on parole, 1,232,900 were in prisons, and 584,372 were in local jails. From 1990 through 1998 the percentage of the total correctional population under community supervision declined from 74 percent to 69 percent. Among the probationers, criminal offenders sentenced to a period of correctional supervision in the community, 57 percent had been convicted of a felony, 40 percent of a misdemeanor and 3 percent of other infractions. Twenty-four percent were on probation for a drug law violation and 17 percent for driving while intoxicated. Nearly all adults on parole, a period of conditional supervision following a prison term, had been convicted of a felony (96 percent). More than half of people entering parole during 1998 were released from prison because of a requirement to do so under a sentencing statute. In 1998, 41 percent of those entering parole had been released by a parole board, down from 59 percent in 1990. More than 100,000 people were under community supervision in the federal system in 1998. Almost 1 million of the nation's federal, state and local probationers and parolees, about one in four of the total, were in Texas (555,780) and California (435,044). Texas led the nation with the largest percentage of its adult population under community supervision (3.9 percent), followed by Delaware and Washington, each with 3.6 percent. Twelve states reported fewer than 1 percent of their adult populations on parole or probation. West Virginia had the lowest rate of people under correctional supervision in the community (521 per 100,000 adults), followed by Kentucky (590), and North Dakota (596). Vermont and Idaho each reported a 21 percent increase in their probation population for the year ending December 31, 1998. Other states with an increase of at least 10 percent included Arkansas (up 19 percent), New Mexico (up 17 percent), Arizona (up 17 percent), Alabama (up 14 percent), Pennsylvania (up 12 percent), and Illinois (up 10 percent). Eleven states reported a decline in their probation populations, led by Louisiana and South Dakota, each down 7 percent. Large parole population gains were reported by many states for 1998. Ohio led with a 66 percent increase in parole in 1998, followed by Idaho (55 percent) and North Dakota (51 percent). Four states reported parole declines of 20 percent or more: Virginia (down 37 percent), North Carolina (down 30 percent), Washington (down 22 percent), and Oklahoma (down 21 percent). The parole and supervised release populations in the federal system rose by 5 percent. Nationwide, women constituted a larger percentage of the probation and parole populations in 1998 than they did in 1990. Women comprised 21 percent of adult probationers in 1998 (up from 18 percent in 1990) and 12 percent of those on parole ( up from 8 percent). At the end of 1998, more than a third of probationers (1,179,400) and more than 2 out of 5 adults on parole (311,300) were black, while two-thirds of probationers (2,186,600) and half of parolees (384,700) were white. Hispanics, who may be of any race, comprised 15 percent of probationers (515,000), and 21 percent of parolees (144,900). Over 1.5 million probationers and more than 420,000 parolees were discharged from community supervision in 1998. Among those discharged from probation 59 percent successfully completed their supervision, down from 69 percent in 1990. Among discharged parolees in 1998, 45 percent successfully completed their supervision, compared to 50 percent in 1990. During 1998, 17 percent of probationers and 42 percent of parolees were reincarcerated because of a rule violation or new offense. An estimated 3 percent of discharged probationers and 9 percent of parolees had absconded. The bulletin, &quot;Probation and Parole in the United States, 1998: (NCJ-178234) was written by BJS statistician Thomas P. Bonczar and BJS statistical assistant Lauren E. Glaze. Single copies may be obtained from the BJS fax-on-demand system by dialing 301/519-5550, listening to the complete menu and selecting document number 168. Or call the BJS Clearinghouse number: 1-800-732-3277. Fax orders for mail delivery to 410/792-4358. The BJS Internet site is: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/ Additional criminal justice materials can be obtained from the Office of Justice Programs homepage at: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov # # # BJS99162 After hours contact: Stu Smith at 301/983-9354

 

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