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[WATCH] Reentry: What Does it Mean to You?

April 1, 2019

Learn how the National Reentry Resource Center can help weave the numerous threads of successful reentry together to promote safety, collaboration, and second chances. Follow us on social media with the hashtag #ReentryMatters.

Connecticut and Sonoma County, California Kick off Data-Driven Effort to Overhaul Juvenile Justice Systems

June 11, 2019

The endeavors are part of an effort to answer the call of state and local jurisdictions struggling to ensure that resources are being efficiently used to help young people who interact with the juvenile justice system succeed.

Funding & Announcements

[Apply Now] Randomized Controlled Trials to Evaluate Social Programs Whose Delivery Will Be Funded by Government or Other Entities

November 19, 2019

The purpose of this grant program is to support randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of social programs in any area of U.S. policy, including criminal justice initiatives, for which the funding agency will fund the RCT and the government or another entity will fund the program’s delivery.

[Apply Now] Public Welfare Foundation Grants

Letters of intent are currently being accepted for projects that support efforts to advance justice and opportunity for people in need, particularly in the areas of racial equity and economic well-being.

[Apply Now] RFK National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice Training Institute

This new training institute features a portfolio of on-site training opportunities that address critical topics in juvenile justice.

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Publications

Reimagining Employer Engagement: A Toolkit for Providers

September 3, 2019

The toolkit provides workforce professionals with information and tools to expand their work and demonstrate the value their services bring to employers.

Levers of Change in Parole Release and Revocation

June 1, 2019

This report describes 12 “levers of change” related to potential discretionary parole release reforms; the reforms are called “change levers” because, once a lever is pulled, it is designed to impact prison populations by altering parole grant rates and durations of time served.

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