|Offense Risk Score
The offender risk score is a quantitative assessment of the risk of a person committing further crimes or violating the conditions of supervision. The MOSAC Risk Score is based upon a validated assessment of risk factors by the Board of Probation and Parole. It includes prior criminal history, behavioral and demographic factors. The risk score has five levels from Good, the lowest level of risk, to Poor, the highest level of risk.
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