Informing and Engaging Communities Through Reentry Mapping

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Informing and Engaging Communities Through Reentry Mapping

January 23, 2007

This brief is designed to equip organizations with strategies for effectively disseminating local reentry-related mapping and analysis findings and engaging community members on the topic of reentry. The brief outlines key elements of the process, including enlisting the support and involvement of local stakeholders, developing a diverse and complementary set of dissemination methods, and presenting research findings strategically to create a foundation for positive community action. The recommendations offered are based on the experiences of the fourteen Reentry Mapping Network (RMN) sites.

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