Research Report Cleveland Stakeholders' Perceptions of Prisoner Reentry
Christy Visher, Tobi Palmer, Caterina Gouvis Roman
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This policy brief presents findings from interviews with stakeholders-specific persons or organizations-familiar with issues affecting individuals transitioning from prison to the community in Cleveland, Ohio. We interviewed service providers, local government officials, criminal justice practitioners, and civic leaders. The brief expands the prisoner reentry dialog to incorporate the voices of those in the community who are dedicated to improving reentry for men and women returning home. We discuss their perceptions of barriers and issues affecting successful reentry, solutions and suggested changes to policy and practice, and the role that government agencies can play in successful reentry.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags Corrections Policing and community safety Reentry and community supervision
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center