· If an individual has completed a prison sentence and is subject to
forms of exclusion in the labour market, the chances to commit another crime
and return to prison increase.
· If an individual released from prison encounters housing problems,
then the likelihood of reoffending and recidivism again increases.
· If an individual who has been released has problems of acceptance
from family, then the chances to relapse increases.
· If former prisoners encounter approval resistance from the people
with whom they had relationships before imprisonment and are marginalized by
them, then the risk for them to continue in recurring criminal behaviour grows.
· If individuals freed from prison are not supported by state organisations,
social services, employment agencies, they are more likely to return again to illegal