Sep

17

Webinar: Learning from People Who Succeed Upon Release: What Strategies, Approaches, and Tools Can Make a Difference, National Reentry Resource Center

This webinar, held on August 14, 2012, discussed the experiences of successful and unsuccessful releases. Kathleen Gnall, an independent criminal justice consultant, offered suggestions about how the “lessons learned” from these experiences could be incorporated at both the macro-level (system and organization) and the micro-level (individual reentry planning) to increase the likelihood that more released individuals will become productive and law-abiding citizens. To download the PowerPoint slides used in this presentation, click here.

Past Event
September 17, 2012, 8:00 am

This webinar, held on August 14, 2012, discussed the experiences of successful and unsuccessful releases. Kathleen Gnall, an independent criminal justice consultant, offered suggestions about how the “lessons learned” from these experiences could be incorporated at both the macro-level (system and organization) and the micro-level (individual reentry planning) to increase the likelihood that more released individuals will become productive and law-abiding citizens. To download the PowerPoint slides used in this presentation, click here.


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