Privacy regulations forbid us to report specific information about OCI inmates. However, sociological studies have shown that individuals who participate in educational programming during incarceration are less likely to engage in violent behavior; more likely to find/retain employment, less likely to commit crimes, and less likely to have parole revoked release. Their salary rates are on average higher than those who do not participate in educational programming. Prisoners who did not participate in any type of educational programming, according to a study from 2012, were 3.7 times more likely to be repeatedly incarcerated compared to prisoners did participate. Potential benefits of reduced recidivism to state budgets are in the millions.