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Reentry in a Nutshell for Decisionmakers
Thinking About Corrections

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We appreciate in-depth research, but we're even more appreciative when that research is summarized beautifully for speedy review.  The Urban Institute has gone one better by releasing a concise summary of research that it hasn't even published yet.  Returning Home: Exploring the Challenges and Successes of Recently Released Texas Prisoners summarizes in two pages a forthcoming report on the experiences of former inmates in the first year back in the community, with key findings regarding program participation, employment, substance use, and supervision and recidivism.




Posted Thu, May 24 2007 9:06 AM by Eileen Conway

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