Table 11
Grant rates for full and day parole, 2004/2005 to 2008/2009

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Parole board Year Day parole Full parole
Total applications Applications granted Grant
rate
Total applications Applications granted Grant
rate
number number percent number number percent
National Parole Board
Federal offenders 2004/2005 4,128 3,077 74.5 3,354 1,531 45.6
2005/2006 4,328 3,208 74.1 3,679 1,654 45.0
2006/2007 4,518 3,165 70.1 3,758 1618r 43.1
2007/2008 4,442 3,140 70.7 3,644 1,566 43.0
2008/2009 4,419 3,043 68.9 3,714 1,636 44.0
Provincial offenders1 2004/2005 246 187 76.0 393 276 70.2
2005/2006 209 141 67.5 344 223 64.8
2006/2007 217 143 65.9 411 293 71.3
2007/2008 331 238r 71.9 436 281 64.4
2008/2009 427 230 53.9 462 201 43.5
Provincial parole boards
Quebec 2004/2005 . . . 2,447 1,122 45.9
2005/2006 . . . 2,560 1,284 50.2
2006/2007 . . . 3097r 1,192 52.1
2007/2008 . . . 3267r 953 43.3
2008/2009 . . . 3,252 928 45.6
Ontario 2004/2005 . . . 1,105 257 23.5
2005/2006 . . . 1,041 288 28.4
2006/2007 . . . 1,051 275 26.6
2007/2008 . . . 1,046 400 38.9
2008/2009 . . . 1,094 383 35.6
. not available for any reference period
1. These data represent decisions for provincial and territorial offenders in provinces and territories that do not operate their own parole boards, but which are supervised by Correctional Service Canada.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Adult Correctional Services Survey.
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