Justice Reinvestment in Kansas: Strengthening Probation Supervision and Promoting Successful Reentry

After extensive analyses identified key challenges in the state’s criminal justice system, policymakers developed a policy framework designed to strengthen probation supervision and promote successful reentry. Justice reinvestment legislation was enacted in April 2013 and the state is projected to avert $81 million in construction and operating costs by FY2018.

April 2015 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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