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Table 3 Index offences (index offences not mutually exclusive, n = 72)

From: The utility of the Historical Clinical Risk -20 Scale as a predictor of outcomes in decisions to transfer patients from high to lower levels of security-A UK perspective

Offences against person  
   murder/manslaughter 23 (32%)
   attempted murder/serious wounding 23 (32%)
Sexual offences  
   Rape 7 (9.7%)
   against children/teenagers 3 (4.1%)
   Other sexual offence 3 (4.1%)
Offences against property  
   Arson 14 (19.4%)
   robbery/burglary 10 (13.8%)
Other offences 9 (12.5%)
No offence 0 (0%)
Several offences n (%) 19 (26.3%)
  1. Other offences include: criminal damage, breach of peace, severely disorderly behaviour, kidnapping, possessing weapons or imitation firearms with intent, driving without licence and taking conveyance.