The Reentry and Employment Project was developed to provide policymakers and practitioners with the resources and tools to improve reentry and employment outcomes for individuals with criminal histories.
This study estimates a faith-based prisoner reentry program’s benefits by examining recidivism and post-release employment.
This paper presents a tool that draws on evidence-based criminal justice practices and strategies for connecting hard-to-employ people to work.
Issues related to the ability of ex-offenders to get jobs after their release from imprisonment in Wisconsin are explored.
[This report] provides a first-of-its kind look at the ways inequitable laws impose across-the-board hardships that undermine both the economic security of millions of workers and the ability of businesses to recruit, employ and retain the best and brightest.
Ban the Box: Major U.S. Cities and Counties Adopt Fair Hiring Policies to Remove Unfair Barriers to Employment of People with Criminal Records
This resource guide documents municipalities that have taken steps to remove barriers to employment for qualified workers with criminal records.
This national discussion explores evidence-based practices that increase public safety while helping to reduce recidivism.
The exclusion of individuals with criminal records from employment is examined.
This bulletin explores the literature and summarizes the empirical evidence related to the impact of employment on the criminal behavior of women.
Women and Work: Gender Responsivity and Workforce Development [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held September 24-25, 2008]
This training program presents strategies for making women offender workplace development programs more responsive to their clients.