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Georgia Approves Aggressive Blueprint for Prisoner Reentry Initiative

Georgia criminal justice reform will push the pedal hard over the next several months with rapid expansion of the state’s prisoner reentry initiative. Millions of federal grant dollars will become seed money for fifteen pilot project sites starting now through the 2017 calendar year. The goal is to give released inmates a better chance to succeed when they go outside the walls. [read the full story here]


Mike Klein Online, Saturday, November 1, 2014

tags: Issues in Treatment, Education, and Rehabilitation, Georgia

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