reoffend


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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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References in periodicals archive ?
MORE than four in ten children who commit crimes go on to reoffend within a year.
The chart shows the percentage of children who go on to reoffend within a year by their initial crime.
hose r nt Some 42 per cent of children with one or two previous offences went on to reoffend, compared with 25 per cent of children who had none.
A THIRD of criminals in the West Midlands go on to reoffend within a year, new figures show.
Reoffence rates Birmingham: 12,219 offenders, 3,951 went on to reoffend, a rate of 32 per cent.
We should start to think of the victims and their families and not give criminals a chance to reoffend.
NINE in 10 young criminals released from custody in Northern Ireland reoffend, the audit office has said.
The latest Justice Data Lab statistics show that prisoners who took part in the Clink Restaurant training programme were less likely to reoffend when compared to a similar prisoner population.
All said they were less likely to reoffend as a result.
The Co Kerry politician added: "What the numbers show us is 62% of people who are released early from prison go on to reoffend.
YOUNG people who committed crimes in Merseyside over a 100 years ago were less likely to reoffend than child criminals today, Liverpool researchers have found.
McEwan added at the AAPL meeting, "it means you reoffend at a higher base rate.