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09425: Persons charged in base year, by age and type of principal offence in base year, and recidivism in the following five years period. Absolute figures 2002 - 2016

Alex Mellbye, Statistics Norway
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Reid Jone Stene, Statistics Norway
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Sigmund Book Mohn, Statistics Norway
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2022-09-23 08:00
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Persons charged only covers charged persons with a valid Norwegian personal identification number, and at least one stipulated time of crime in the base year for the principal offence. A charged person is considered to have recidivism if they have a new charge brought against them in the subsequent five-year period, and if at least one of the principal offences is committed after the principal offence in the base year.