Oregon leads the way on reducing recidivism
One state considered a national standout in reducing recidivism is Oregon. For offenders released in 2004, Oregon recorded the lowest overall recidivism rate among the 41 reporting states, a rate of 22.8 percent.
Oregon also experienced the biggest decline in recidivism from 1999 to 2004, a drop of almost 32 percent.
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