All-cause, violent death, and suicide rates by incarceration time.
journal contributionposted on 2021-09-17, 17:37 authored by Yiran E. Liu, Everton Ferreira Lemos, Crhistinne Cavalheiro Maymone Gonçalves, Roberto Dias de Oliveira, Andrea da Silva Santos, Agne Oliveira do Prado Morais, Mariana Garcia Croda, Maria de Lourdes Delgado Alves, Julio Croda, Katharine S. Walter, Jason R. Andrews
Instantaneous death rate among incarcerated men and boys in for all causes of death (black), violent deaths (purple), or suicide (yellow) in (A) closed prisons, (B) semi-open prisons, (C) police stations, and (D) youth detention. Bands indicate the 95% CI. Y-axis is shown in log10 scale and does not start at 1. Suicide rate not shown for semi-open prisons or youth detention due to the low number of suicides in these facilities. CI, confidence interval.
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