Coming to a Community Near You: Reentry National Crime Prevention Council 2006 Drew Carberry
National Crime Prevention Council2 Goals Participant will be able to identify the breadth of the ex-offender reentry issue. Participants will be able to identify CNCS and local partnering resources for reentry programs. Participants will examine different ex-offender reentry models in place across the country. Participants will be able to list the important components of a successful ex-offender reentry program.
National Crime Prevention Council3 NCPCs Mission To enable people to create safer, more caring communities by addressing the causes of crime and reducing the opportunities for crime to occur.
National Crime Prevention Council4 Reentry: A definition Reentry (n.) A broad term that refers to the issues related to the transition of offenders from incarceration to community.
National Crime Prevention Council5 Reentry By The Numbers
National Crime Prevention Council6 The Perfect Storm
National Crime Prevention Council7 Most returning ex-offenders return to just a few neighborhoods.
National Crime Prevention Council8 Model Programs Lowell, Massachusetts Ft. Wayne, Indiana Baltimore, Maryland Providence, Rhode Island Florida Arizona
National Crime Prevention Council9 AmeriCorps VISTA 12-City Initiative Philadelphia, Providence, Cleveland, Dayton, Portland, Washington DC, Chicago, Charleston/ N. Charleston SC, Dallas, Indianapolis, Miami, Oakland
National Crime Prevention Council10 Additionally…….. Department of Labor Michigan Iowa New Jersey