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Endnotes: Prisons: In Jail But Not Sentenced (Table)

Below are the endnotes from the table in the article "Prisons: In Jail But Not Sentenced" by Richard A. Aborn and Ashley D. Cannon (Winter 2013 AQ.)

1. International Centre for Prison Studies, World Prison Brief, available at: http://www.prisonstudies.org/info/worldbrief/ (See “Prison Population rate” indicator for estimated national population);

2. International Centre for Prison Studies, World Prison Brief, available at: http://www.prisonstudies.org/info/worldbrief/ (Prison population total (including pre-trial detainees / remand prisoners);
3. International Centre for Prison Studies, World Prison Brief, available at: http://www.prisonstudies.org/info/worldbrief/ (Pre-trial detainees/remand prisoners (percentage the prison population);

4. Formula: total prison population (column B) multiplied by percentage of pretrial detainees in the prison population (column C) (B*C=D);

5. Formula: Calculated based on estimated pretrial detainee population (column D) divided by percentage general population (column A) multiplied by 100,000 (((D/A)*100000)=E);

6. 100 percent equals full designed prison capacity;

7. International Centre for Prison Studies, World Prison Brief, available at: http://www.prisonstudies.org/info/worldbrief/ (occupancy level (based on official capacity);

8. Estimated based on “86.4 percent in local jails at 30.6.2010, c. 115 percent in state prisons at 31.12.2010, 136.0 percent in federal prisons at 31.12.2010”;

9. Estimated.

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