Building Bridges: From Conviction to Employment: One Year Later

In 2003, policy options designed to improve employment rates among people released from prison and jail were presented to Connecticut state leaders. This report details changes in the population under supervision of the Connecticut Department of Corrections since the Building Bridges: From Conviction to Employment report was issued.

James Austin, Michael Jacobson, and Eric Cadora | February 2004 | The Council of State Governments
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