Utah Says Re-Entry Project Dropped Recidivism 9%

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By increasing inmate participation in pre-release education and more contact with parolees on the street, Utah prison officials say recidivism rates have dropped by 9 percent over the past 18 months, saving taxpayers an estimated $5 million, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. Under the Re-Entry Initiative, inmates are identified six months before their scheduled released.
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