Innovations in Supervision Initiatives

Grantees at a Glance

Innovations in Supervision Initiatives: Grantees at a Glance

This brief highlights how the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Innovations in Supervision Initiatives grant program has supported states, local communities, and tribal governments to develop, test, and implement research-based and innovative community supervision strategies. It highlights grantees since 2012, including key program components and major findings from the evaluations that have been completed.

National Reentry Resource Center | March 2020 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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