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Public Safety and Reentry
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The Urban Institute, Justice Policy Center, under an award from a JEHT Foundation grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, with assistance from the National Institute of Corrections, has published, "Putting Public Safety First: 13 Parole Supervision Strategies to Enhance Reentry Outcomes." This report is a collaborative effort of national policymakers and leading practitioners to articulate policies and strategies regarding "parole supervision, violation, and revocation practices" that "improve public safety and make the best use of taxpayer dollars." The accompanying four-page Public Safety Policy Brief is available here.




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