The objective of this work is to identify the evolution of criminal behavior throughout the life of a group of 824 women detained by the Chilean police for crimes of domestic violence in 2007. The design is pseudo prospective longitudinal, which allows its follow-up through 9 years, as if it corresponded to a prospective longitudinal study. Any new detention or complaint against them between the years 2007 and 2016 was considered a recidivism. The 60.6% of women reoffended accumulating a total of 2,583 crimes. The criminal trajectories of this population extended well beyond the age of 30, generating an elongated age/crime curve, given that an important part of these women continued committing crimes until they were 40 years old, moving away from the traditional way that the age/crime curve acquires.
|Título traducido de la contribución
|Trayectoria criminal de mujeres detenidas por Carabineros de Chile en 2007, por violencia intrafamiliar, seguidas hasta 2016
|Número de páginas
|Publicada - 2023
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