Research Report Mapping Prisoner Reentry
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An Action Research Guidebook
Nancy G. La Vigne, Jake Cowan
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In 2002, the Urban Institute established the Reentry Mapping Network (RMN), a partnership of jurisdictions throughout the country that are engaged in mapping and analyzing prisoner reentry and community data to help inform local policies and practices. This report describes the methods underlying the RMN so that other jurisdictions can learn from these experiences and replicate their efforts in the interests of crafting more effective and successful reentry strategies at the community level. These experiences learned are derived from the three RMN partners funded by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ): Washington, DC, Winston-Salem, NC, and Milwaukee, WI.

Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros
Tags Corrections Crime and justice analytics Reentry and community supervision National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP)
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center