Base Corrections Census


The only year I found data for an Indigenous peoples census was 2016. At that time, Indigenous populations were less than five percent of the total population of Canada. All being equal, that ratio should be reflected in a similar rate for offenders under the custody of Correctional Service Canada.

The Correctional Service Canada (CSC) data from the Globe and Mail story is broken down per fiscal year by sentences, offenders, various risk elements, and race_group: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous. The data also records race, but under that classification they show values such as Korean or Filipino, which is more ethinicity or nationality. They record items such as White and British Isles under race, which is just odd.

Indigenous Population 2016: Total: 1673785

Canada Population 2016: Total: 35871136

Indigenous/Canada Population 2016: pct: 4.67%


This data shows raw numbers of persons in custody or under community supervision by race_group for each fiscal year.


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2012-13

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 4735

Non-Indigenous Total: 17869

Total: 22604

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 20.95%


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2013-14

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 4772

Non-Indigenous Total: 17924

Total: 22696

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 21.03%


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2014-15

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 4931

Non-Indigenous Total: 17538

Total: 22469

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 21.95%


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2015-16

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 5141

Non-Indigenous Total: 17413

Total: 22554

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 22.79%


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2016-17

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 5236

Non-Indigenous Total: 17291

Total: 22527

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 23.24%


Corrections Data:

Year: Fiscal Year 2017-18

Offenders:

Indigenous Total: 5473

Non-Indigenous Total: 17183

Total: 22656

Indigenous/Total Population pct: 24.16%


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