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Reentry/Release Programs at a Glance
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Corrections & Reentry

Reentry/Release

Reentry programs aim to reduce offender recidivism and successfully reintegrate an offender back into the community. Reentry efforts often begin in prison and transition into the community once a prisoner is released. Typically, reentry services include case management and assistance with housing, education, employment, healthcare, and substance abuse. 

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Criminal Stigma, Race, Gender and Employment: An Expanded Assessment of the Consequences of Imprisonment for Employment, NIJ-Sponsored, 2014
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Predicting Crime Through Incarceration: The Impact of Rates of Prison Cycling on Rates of Crime in Communities, NIJ-Sponsored, May 2014
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Consequences of a Prison Record for Employment: How Do Race, Ethnicity & Gender Factor In?, NIJ, February 2014
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Considerations for Developing a Program of Reentry in Tribal Communities, BJA-Sponsored, 2013
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NIJ Study of Second Chance Act Finds "Cultural Shift" Among Probation and Parole Officers, NIJ-Sponsored, April 2014
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Is information available to aid in the development of a reentry program?
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