Five successful or promising criminal justice programs around the U.S. have been recognized as outstanding by the National Criminal Justice Association. They were cited at the association's annual forum, held last week in Philadelphia. Connecticut's Re-Entry Assisted Community Housing program provides transitional housing and case management services to high-risk inmates released to the community. Researchers report a statistically significant reduction in recidivism. Kentucky’s Department of Pretrial Services was commended for using a new risk . . .
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