"Today when I think of reentry court, I am reminded that nearly every offender sentenced to time in custody will return to the community from whence they came. And thus, every sentencing court is in fact, a reentry court, creating a pathway for the offender’s reentry into society." -Jeff Tauber

Dallas SAFPF Court: Where Reentry Court is Also Pre-Entry Court

In the Dallas Reentry Court, participants are given a final opportunity to engage in treatment under the court’s jurisdiction and avoid a formal prison term

High Risk Offenders Do Better IN Half-Way Houses

New University of Cincinatti study finds high risk offenders in residential programs have lowered recidivism rate while low risk offenders have increased rates

Judge Surbeck Receives “Judicial Excellence Award”

Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts Jr. presented the 2012 “William H. Rehnquist Award” for Judicial Excellence, to Judge John Surbeck,

A Twenty Year Projection: An 82% Recidivism Rate

THE BEST OF: The following article, initially published on March 2, 2010, concludes that 82 % of Tennessee prisoners return to prison within the twenty year period after release. This public interest piece might be described as  pretty good advertisement for prison reform , reentry reform, and reentry courts. According to a 3/7/10 article by Michael … Read moreA Twenty Year Projection: An 82% Recidivism Rate

New York Times Article on San Francisco Reentry Court

The San Francisco Parole Reentry Court, an extraordinary successful program was closed prematurely as the county court decided to end all reentry court programs

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