Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Data Brief: American Exceptionalism in Parole Supervision

Data Brief: American Exceptionalism in Parole Supervision

May 2, 2016

American Exceptionalism in Parole Supervision Parole Supervision Rates in the United States and Europe, 2013 Rates per 100,000 Adult Residents

Suggested Citation: Alessandro Corda, Mariel Alper, and Kevin R. Reitz, American Exceptionalism in Parole Supervision. (Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 2016). 

Additional Information

In May of 2016, the Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice published new research on American Exceptionalism in Parole Supervision, by Alessandro Corda, Mariel Alper and Kevin R. Reitz. This is the second in a series of Data Briefs that compare community supervision rates in the United States and Europe.