Research Report A Portrait of Prisoner Reentry in Maryland
Nancy G. La Vigne, Vera Kachnowski, Jeremy Travis, Rebecca Naser, Christy Visher
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The number of people released from Maryland prisons in 2001 was nearly twice the number released two decades ago. Well over half of the Maryland prisoners released in 2001 returned to Baltimore City and many were even more concentrated within a few neighborhoods in Baltimore. This report describes the process of prisoner reentry in Maryland by examining the policy context surrounding reentry, the characteristics of Maryland's returning inmates, the geographic distribution of returning prisoners, and the social and economic climates of the communities that are home to the highest concentrations of returning prisoners. [View the corresponding press release.]
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros
Tags Corrections Crime and justice analytics Reentry and community supervision
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center