Traductions & exemples
expand_more S'il veut récidiver, il va le faire.
Ceux qui sont identifiés comme étant à risque élevé sont plus susceptibles de récidiver, mais pas tous le feront.
Les spécialistes étaient convaincus qu'il allait récidiver.
Exemples d'usage pour « to reoffend » en français
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EnglishNotwithstanding, the author has continued to re-offend, including whilst on parole.
EnglishThey will not reoffend if they have been kept in jail for 15, 18 or 25 years.
EnglishThere are those who do reoffend and perhaps they ought not to have been granted a pardon.
EnglishWithout these programs, the likelihood that individuals will reoffend increases.
EnglishHow can anyone seriously assert that there is a “20% likelihood” that a person will re-offend?
EnglishThis collaboration can help young people find an activity that will motivate them not to re-offend.
EnglishThose identified as high risk are more likely to reoffend, but not all of them will.
EnglishTheir purpose is to ensure that the juvenile does not re-offend or associate with undesirable characters.
EnglishHe says that 10% of the 5,000 inmates released each year reoffend.
EnglishMany offenders reoffend, especially those who do not receive treatment while in prison.
EnglishThe accused did not show any remorse and a psychiatric report stated that he was likely to reoffend in the future.
EnglishThe LSI-OR is used to assess general risk to reoffend.
EnglishIn these cases, the chance that the individual will reoffend is understandably greater, which means the risk is also greater.
EnglishPeople returning from jail are primed to do what many do – re-offend.
Englishlikelihood that the offender will re-offend.
EnglishThe experts said he would reoffend.
EnglishThese programs reduce the risk that these individuals might re-offend when they are returned to the community.
EnglishIf they are going to reoffend, they will reoffend.
EnglishIt is used as a general risk and needs assessment tool to assist in predicting an offender’s risk to re-offend.
EnglishAll inmates must be able to take part in schemes designed to help them reintegrate back into society, so that fewer of them re-offend.