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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
July 2005
The 1999 Washington State Legislature passed the Offender Accountability Act (OAA) to affect how the state provides community supervision to adult felony offenders. To determine whether the OAA results in lower recidivism rates, the Legislature directed the Institute to evaluate the impact of the Act. This report provides an initial opportunity to examine the effect of the OAA's first year of operation on short-run recidivism rates.
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