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StaticR Risk Scores The StaticR score is used to predict risk of sexual reoffense, based on the offender's score category. For more detailed information about sexual recidivism in California, see Hanson, R.
Individuals were deemed to have transitioned to a lower risk category when their time-adjusted risk for that year was below the yearly hazard at release for individuals at the top of the next lower category. The figure stops at StaticR scores of 10 because higher scores were rare: 0. See Hanson, R. California Sex Offender Name Search. Enter a name and press Search. Select One How to report registrant info Unable to locate a registrant on the Website How do risk scores calculate re-offense rates?
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This question engages a deeper question about prevention, not simply prediction. Loeber, R. This decision creates the world within which statistical models generate predictions. Get involved today, and stay connected for life. To address the threats identified in this Article, risk tools used for the administration of criminal justice must reflect the values of the communities where the tools are applied. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 16 , 97— Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, -
Table 2 Algorithmic predictions from defendants. Algorithmic assessment Our algorithmic analysis used the same seven features as described in the previous section extracted from the records in the Broward County database. Perry, B. McInnis, C. Price, S. Smith, J. Angwin, J. Larson, S. Mattu, L. Dieterich, C.
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