The need to go slow, and avoid violent offenders remains a serious weakness in many Community-Based Courts across the nation
Community (and its non-profit organizations) remain the most effective means of behavioral control, and the most important factor in a successful reentry court
Existing sentencing or probation courts should have the responsibility to do more. Like other problem-solving courts, Sentencing and/or Probation Courts need to create a bond between offender and the court, that among other things, reminds both of their obligations, one to the other.
Reentry Court is unique among Problem-Solving Courts in its relationship to state government; relying almost entirely on state support for its existence.