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Reentry/Release Programs at a Glance
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Total Number of Programs: 104

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Reentry/Release Practice Outcomes at a Glance
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Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) / Randomized Field Experiment

Refers to an experimental research design in which participants are randomly assigned to a treatment or a control group. Most social scientists consider random assignment to lead to the highest level of confidence that observed effects are the result of the program and not other variables.

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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OJP Publications

Juvenile Court Statistics, 2018, NIJ,OJJDP, June 2020
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Specialized Smartphones Could Keep Released Offenders on Track for Successful Reentry, NIJ, April 2020
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NIJ Journal Issue No. 281, NIJ, 2019
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Post-Incarceration Partner Violence: Examining the Social Context of Victimization To Inform Victim Services and Prevention, NIJ-Sponsored, 2019
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Evaluating Medicaid Access for Halfway House Residents: A Research Partnership With the Connecticut Department of Correction, NIJ-Sponsored, 2019
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Where can I learn more about the reentry of offenders to the community?
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Have community notification laws impacted sex offender recidivism rates?
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