National Institute of Justice Releases White Papers Addressing Important Challenges in Reentry
The U.S. Department of Justice's National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has kicked off a series of white papers that address important challenges in the reentry arena, including the payment of fines and fees, securing employment, and access to human services post-release.
The Addressing Challenges in Reentry and Human Services page currently features three new white papers:
- Recruitment, Assessment, and Retention in the Direct Care Workforce for Individuals with Criminal Records: A Comprehensive Model Approach, which identifies strategies for connecting individuals with criminal records who do not pose an unreasonable risk to public safety to long-term employment in the rapidly growing health care sector
- Child Support and Reentry, which is focused on what social scientists and policy analysts have learned about how child support, criminal justice, and reentry are related
- The Role of Human Service Providers During Community Supervision, which examines the intersection between community supervision and the human service needs of people on probation, parole, and pretrial release.
Access the Addressing Challenges in Reentry and Human Services page