Justice Reinvestment in Vermont: Final Presentation

The fifth and final presentation to Vermont’s Justice Reinvestment II Working Group provides an overview of the project’s key findings and possible recommendations on how to improve the state’s corrections system to reduce recidivism, improve behavioral health outcomes for people who move through the criminal justice system, and strengthen current data systems to ensure more data-informed decision-making moving forward.

January 22, 2020 |
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