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Returning Adult Offenders in DC: A Road Map to Neighborhood Based Reentry

This technical assistance report grew out of an effort, supported by the D.C. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) and the Open Society Institute’s Center on Crime, Communities and Culture, to determine the extent to which D.C. residents and criminal justice policymakers favor deepening and expanding the pool of community-based services for the supervision and treatment of D.C. offenders.


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Keywords: Community-Based Services, Criminal Justice, Re-entry, Report, Washington D.C.

Posted in Criminal Justice (Adult)

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