Office of the Correctional Investigator: Administrative Segregation in Federal Corrections. 10 Year Trends
"Between March 31, 2005 and March 31, 2015 the overall CSC
incarcerated population increased by 13.6% (from 12,623 to 14,335).
During the same period women increased 77.4% (from 368 to 653), men
11.6% (from 12,255 to 13,682), Aboriginal offenders 52.4% (from 2,296
to 3,500), non-Aboriginal offenders 4.9% (from 10,327 to 10,835), Black
offenders 77.5% (from 792 to 1,406) while Caucasian offenders decreased
-6.1% (from 8,815 to 8,281). The Caucasian group is the only group
showing a steadily declining population.
The number of admissions to segregation has grown at a slower rate than for the equivalent CSC incarcerated population of Federally Sentenced Women (FSW),
male, Aboriginal, non-Aboriginal and Caucasian inmates. However, Black
segregation admissions have grown at a faster rate than the
incarcerated population of Black offenders."