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The current study recruited participants from among the prison inmates in Nigeria to determine the relative impacts of availability and use of weapons in their respective communities prior to incarceration as risk factors for criminal offending. Eight hundred and tw enty one participants made up of those awaiting trial and convicts, ranging in age from 16 to 65 years (M= 30.4, SD= 7.6) w ere recruited through opportunistic (non probability) sampling across ten medium and maximum securitydoi:10.5964/ejop.v6i4.221 fatcat:qpfajmhekjcgngxpwlbjeeuwde