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reoffend

(ˈriːəˌfɛnd)
vb (intr)
(Law) to commit another offence
ˈreofˌfender n

reoffend


Past participle: reoffended
Gerund: reoffending

Imperative
reoffend
reoffend
Present
I reoffend
you reoffend
he/she/it reoffends
we reoffend
you reoffend
they reoffend
Preterite
I reoffended
you reoffended
he/she/it reoffended
we reoffended
you reoffended
they reoffended
Present Continuous
I am reoffending
you are reoffending
he/she/it is reoffending
we are reoffending
you are reoffending
they are reoffending
Present Perfect
I have reoffended
you have reoffended
he/she/it has reoffended
we have reoffended
you have reoffended
they have reoffended
Past Continuous
I was reoffending
you were reoffending
he/she/it was reoffending
we were reoffending
you were reoffending
they were reoffending
Past Perfect
I had reoffended
you had reoffended
he/she/it had reoffended
we had reoffended
you had reoffended
they had reoffended
Future
I will reoffend
you will reoffend
he/she/it will reoffend
we will reoffend
you will reoffend
they will reoffend
Future Perfect
I will have reoffended
you will have reoffended
he/she/it will have reoffended
we will have reoffended
you will have reoffended
they will have reoffended
Future Continuous
I will be reoffending
you will be reoffending
he/she/it will be reoffending
we will be reoffending
you will be reoffending
they will be reoffending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reoffending
you have been reoffending
he/she/it has been reoffending
we have been reoffending
you have been reoffending
they have been reoffending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reoffending
you will have been reoffending
he/she/it will have been reoffending
we will have been reoffending
you will have been reoffending
they will have been reoffending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reoffending
you had been reoffending
he/she/it had been reoffending
we had been reoffending
you had been reoffending
they had been reoffending
Conditional
I would reoffend
you would reoffend
he/she/it would reoffend
we would reoffend
you would reoffend
they would reoffend
Past Conditional
I would have reoffended
you would have reoffended
he/she/it would have reoffended
we would have reoffended
you would have reoffended
they would have reoffended
Translations

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The inspectors assess probation trusts on the management of offenders against three criteria, which demonstrate the effectiveness of work undertaken to protect the public, manage the risk posed by offenders and reduce reoffending.
Offenders jailed for between two and four years have lower reoffending rates than those given sentences of between one and two years, the first comparison of its kind revealed.
All 1,090 offenders, registered with the Garda will be assessed over the next three months to see what risk they pose to the public and the likelihood of them reoffending.
The Tories accused the Government of not doing enough to cut reoffending by helping offenders acquire new skills in prison.
A $237 million investment to reduce criminal reoffending rates in NSW will target persistent domestic violence defendants and other high-risk offenders.
A spokesperson said: "The probation service is committed to reducing reoffending and recently played a key role in the development of the Wales Reducing Reoffending Strategy 2014-16.
The findings, described by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling as "grim", mean Merseyside has bucked a national trend of reduced reoffending.
RE: Your article about ex-prisoners reoffending (Telegraph, January 28), the justice system in this country is a joke.
The article, and your editorial, makes reference to reoffending rates in the West Midlands region being 'absurdly high'.
TOO many of Scotland's female prisoners are locked in a grim cycle of criminal reoffending.
The figures were released as David Cameron and Justice Secretary Chris Grayling have promised a rehabilitation revolution to bring down a one-year reoffending rate which now stands at 26.
com)-- This timely conference focuses on reducing reoffending whilst improving public confidence and collaborative working across local authorities, police, prison, probation and voluntary and community services.