Social Reintegration/Reentry


, The Crime Report
Reform Groups Seek More First Step Act Funding
Arthur Rizer

From The Crime Report:

The other organizations joining in the request are the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Conservative Union, Americans for Prosperity, the Drug Policy Alliance,…

, The Center Square
Bill package would ease expungement requirements, including low-level traffic violations
Nila Bala

From The Center Square:

Nila Bala, R Street Institute’s associate director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties, told The Center Square that one out of three Americans has a criminal…

FAMM and 13 National Organizations Urge Congress to Fund the First Step Act
Arthur Rizer

From FAMM:

The joint letter was signed by the American Civil Liberties Union, American Conservative Union, Americans for Prosperity, Drug Policy Alliance, Due Process Institute, Faith and Freedom…

, The Tennessean
Tennessee on right track for community supervision. Let’s continue to ensure its success
Arthur Rizer

A recent study by The Council of State Governments (CSG) sheds light on this failure when it comes to probation and parole. On average “45 percent of state prison admissions nationwide are due to…

, Emerging State Policy
Clean Slate – Criminal Justice
Nila Bala

From: Emerging State Policy:

Interested in learning how you can help up to 1 in 3 people in your state, decrease unemployment, support business, strengthen families and improve economic growth?…

, Fox News
After Epstein death, glaring loopholes in national sex offender registry raise concerns
Jesse Kelley

From Fox News:
“The requirements necessary to successfully comply with registration are all but impossible, and certainly not helpful to those trying to maintain employment and find stable…

, The Center Square
Capping supervision sentences in Pennsylvania will make us safer
Arthur Rizer

“Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time” seems like a straightforward equation made for simpler times. Indeed, the phrase was made popular by the 1970s cop show “Baretta” and even…

, The Daily Comet
Can Private Employers Help Solve America’s Re-Entry Crisis?
Emily Mooney

This piece was originally published in Inside Sources. 

“I never thought I’d be speaking to a CEO or COO,” Glennisha Dennis reveals. As a sales development representative for Televerde, a…

A business leader’s perspective: Why should organizations adopt second-chance hiring?
Emily Mooney

Jeffrey Korzenik is not your average banker. As the chief investment strategist and senior vice president at Fifth Third Bank, he is in charge of supervising the allocation of over $30 billion in…

, The Colorado Sun
State and local laws push more registered sex offenders into low-income Colorado communities
Eli Lehrer

From The Colorado Sun:
There is growing doubt about whether sex offender registries protect children — or anyone. “Virtually no well-controlled study shows any quantifiable benefit from the…