When Glenn Martin arrived for a late October meeting in Washington arranged by the U.S. Attorney General Office's Interagency Reentry Council, he expected perhaps a dozen players to be at the table.
Instead, he recalled, "There were 40."
Eight participants, including Martin, were formerly incarcerated persons who, like him, hold senior positions in organizations focused on crime and corrections. The remaining attendees . . .
Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!