Table 10
Admissions to conditional sentence by most serious offence and median days ordered, selected jurisdictions, 2008/2009

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Jurisdiction Admissions Criminal Code Federal statutes Other1
Crimes of violence Property crimes Impaired driving Other Criminal Code offences Drug offences Other
number percent median days ordered percent median days ordered percent median days ordered percent median days ordered percent median days ordered percent median days ordered percent median days ordered
Newfoundland and Labrador2 368 22 90 37 91 4 106 23 90 11 365 2 38 1 x
Nova Scotia2 784 24 184 29 183 2 182 24 120 20 365 1 184 0s x
New Brunswick2 643 35 182 32 220 1 182 20 123 12 243 0 x 0 x
Ontario 5,301 25 182 26 183 2 146 21 148 24 273 1 182 0s x
Saskatchewan 1,575 31 184 25 184 3 273 30 182 12 365 0 x 0 x
Alberta 1,324 21 365 30 365 2 276 14 274 33 548 1 320 0s x
Total (all available jurisdictions) 9,995 26 183 28 184 2 183 22 181 21 365 1 183 0s x
x suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act
0s value rounded to 0 (zero) where there is a meaningful distinction between true zero and the value that was rounded
1. Other includes admissions for provincial, territorial and municipal offences.
2. Due to low cell counts interpretation should be made with caution.
Notes: Calculations for percent distribution are based on total admissions excluding those where most serious offence is not known. Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Integrated Correctional Services Survey.
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