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Working Together: Community Collaboration & Resources for Successful Reentry. Criminal Justice Statistics. In FY 2010 DPSCS’ ADP was 22,000 12,800 released Conservative estimates: 60% have an addiction issue Re-incarceration rates of this population are generally high. What have we learned?.

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Working together community collaboration resources for successful reentry

Working Together:Community Collaboration & Resources for Successful Reentry


Criminal justice statistics

Criminal Justice Statistics

  • In FY 2010 DPSCS’ ADP was 22,000

  • 12,800 released

  • Conservative estimates: 60% have an addiction issue

  • Re-incarceration rates of this population are generally high


What have we learned

What have we learned?

  • Cannot do it alone

  • Collaborate, Cooperate, Communicate

    • Share information

    • Partner with community and other State organizations

    • Involve families or significant others in the planning

  • Target those presenting most risk to make the best use of limited resources


Working together community collaboration resources for successful reentry

DPSCS REENTRY

INDIVIDUALIZED

RE-ENTRY

PLANNING

Strength-Based

ASSESSMENT

Risk and

Criminogenic Needs

COMMUNITY

PARTNERSHIPS

ADDRESSING CRIMINOGENIC NEEDS THROUGH PROGRAMMING

Cognitive-Behaviorally Based

Adult Learning Methodology

RE-ENTRY

EMPLOYMENT

READINESS

Vocational Skills

Resume Writing

Interview Skills

Job Search

FAMILY INVOLVEMENT

Social Skill Building

Mediation/

Conflict Resolution

Re-Entry Planning


Task force on prisoner reentry

Task Force on Prisoner Reentry

  • 2009 Maryland legislature passed HB 637 establishing a Task Force on Prisoner Re-entry

  • Membership consists of:

    • 18 appointees

    • 9 ex officio members

    • Additional invitees


Task force

Task Force

  • Tasks include:

    • Review of idleness and programming within prisons

    • Identification of legal barriers and practice hurdles

    • Identify ways to pool resources and funding streams

    • Investigate best practices for short- and long-term outcome measurement

    • Develop comprehensive state-wide plan for re-entry


Findings of research and performance outcome workgroup

Findings of Research and Performance Outcome Workgroup

  • Historical benchmark metric of recidivism may not be best and only measure

  • Rather, measuring data about dynamic risk factors in 7 specific need areas

  • Correctional and community agencies do not track or assess programs systematically

  • Both corrections and community partners need to fully embrace reentry as a core mission


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Corrections, public and private health, other community agencies take and keep responsibility for their role in reentry

  • Work on data collection and information sharing


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