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Document 032749
Federal Interagency Reentry Council: A Record of Progress and a Roadmap for the Future
Federal Interagency Reentry Council (Washington, DC).
"With the collective commitment of leaders across the government and across the country, the Reentry Council is working to promote successful reentry and reintegration for individuals returning from prison and jail. Strengthening opportunities for second chances will not only improve outcomes for justice-involved populations, it will also reduce recidivism and victimization – creating safer communities – and save taxpayer dollars spent on the direct and collateral costs of incarceration … The C... Read More

108 pages
Document 027418
Women and Reentry
Federal Interagency Reentry Council (Washington, DC).
"And while a primary consideration for many justice-involved women who are mothers is to determine why and how to successfully reestablish a relationship with their children when they leave prison, most state and local systems are not focused on supporting this important aspect of reentry. These and many other factors point to the need to better identify effective strategies to help women overcome these challenges as they transition to their communities" (p. 1).... Read More
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