New Michigan Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative Resources Released
- School-to-Prison Pipeline
- Child Welfare Crossover
- Mental Health
- Juvenile Defense
- Juvenile Competency
- In-Home Care Incentive
- PREA, Isolation, Restraint
- Youth in Adult System
- Juvenile Life Without Parole
- Youth Reentry
New documents provide insight into the success of Michigan’s Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative program. The first document developed by ACLU, Michigan Breaks Political Logjam: A New Model for Reducing Prison Populations, reviews the history of mass incarceration in Michigan and the success of the Michigan Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative.
Developed by Dennis Schrantz, What Works to Reduce Crime & Recidivism? Seven Lessons Learned In Michigan summarizes the most important lessons ;earned on the pathway to success. The document aims to help federal, state and local justice agencies achieve similar outcomes in improved public safety and reduced costs.
Posted by MCCD on Thursday, April 10th, 2014 @ 2:03PM
Categories: In the News, Prisoner Reentry
Tags: Michigan, United States, justice reform, Prisoner Reentry