Oct

14

Recidivism Reduction Checklists: A Resource for State Corrections Agencies

Three checklists will be introduced during the webinar, each tailored to distinct audiences:

Executive and Legislative Policymakers State Corrections Administrators State Reentry Coordinators

During this invitation-only event, a distinguished panel of state corrections directors, policy staff, and state reentry coordinators will discuss the content of the checklists, as well as ways that state corrections administrators and their staff can use the checklists to bolster recidivism reduction efforts within their states.

Past Event
October 14, 2013, 8:00 am

Three checklists will be introduced during the webinar, each tailored to distinct audiences:

    1. Executive and Legislative Policymakers
    2. State Corrections Administrators
    3. State Reentry Coordinators

During this invitation-only event, a distinguished panel of state corrections directors, policy staff, and state reentry coordinators will discuss the content of the checklists, as well as ways that state corrections administrators and their staff can use the checklists to bolster recidivism reduction efforts within their states.


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