BJA’s Reentry Court RFP is targeted at those working at your state supreme court, and those in your state government’s crimial justice leadership
BJA has announced a solicitation under Sec. 201 of the “Second Chance” Act for offenders with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders.
Note: Deadline for applications; June 3, 2010 This is the first of several articles on the “Second Chance Act” Reentry Court Solicitation; in this analysis, I will review the RFP from a collaborative and reintegration perspective. We’ve been waiting for a Reentry Court “Request For Proposal” (RFP) for a long time. For me, the wait began … Read more“Second Chance” Reentry Court RFP: A New Day
The “Second Chance Act” Reentry Court RFP makes implementation of evidence-based activities a priority requiring the use of validated “risk assessment” tools
The Harlem Parole Reentry Court, sits in one of the oldest court buildings in Manhattan, though it is by no means a traditional court. The renovated courthouse is home to the “Harlem Community Justice Center”, a multi-jurisdictional community court project, as well as the Harlem Parole Reentry Court. The Reentry Court is presided over … Read moreHarlem’s Administrative Parole Reentry Court
The Boone county reentry court model has a split sentence structure that relies upon probation,to provide seamless services and monitoring, from plea to program
Update: Richland County received $42,000 to allow drug offenders terminated from drug court and sent to prison, to return to drug court upon prison release
The Obama Administration’s criminal justice funding proposal opens up potential for increased resources for reentry courts and criminal justice reform programs
The Richland County Reentry court is a wonderful hybrid of county and prison based reentry models that has proven its worth in an Ashland University evaluation.
Ten Years ago, the Conference Of Chief Justices’ (CCJ) and the Conference of State Court Administrators’ (COSCA) unanimous joint resolution in support of drug courts and its progeny, problem-solving courts made clear their intention to make Problem-Solving Courts a lynchpin of the future criminal justice system.
The launching of a “Reentry Court Solutions”, “National Reentry Court Resource Center” marks a new focus on the reentry court model, as the alternative to prison.
Reentry Court Solutions is a reentry court resource center, focused on courts that provide a seamless transition from an individual’s pre-trial to in-custody to community status with the court’s involvement felt throughout the process.