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Moving Beyond Individual-level Interventions: An Evidence-based Review of the Influence of Community Context and the Effectiveness of Place-Based Reentry Strategies

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While it is now recognized that we will only have marginal improvement in the success of offender reentry initiatives by focusing exclusively on individual-level change strategies, we actually know remarkably little about (1) how community context actually affects various types of offenders, (2) how we can utilizing knowledge of community context in the new wave of reentry initiatives now being developed with funding available through the Second Chance Act. Utilizing a social ecological framework, we first review the available research on person-environment interactions (focusing on both pre-entry( e.g. incarceration) and reentry( from prison).After presenting this review, we then examine the available research on a wide range of new place- based initiatives, including: concentrated community supervision programs; reentry courts; restorative justice reentry programs; various community notification strategies designed to inform residents about returning offenders( e.g sex offenders, gang members, etc.); place-specific interagency task forces; and other initiatives designed to identify” high risk” offenders and/or to coordinate community-based treatment services.
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Byrne, James. and Pattavina, April. "Moving Beyond Individual-level Interventions: An Evidence-based Review of the Influence of Community Context and the Effectiveness of Place-Based Reentry Strategies" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia, PA, <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p372182_index.html>

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Byrne, J. and Pattavina, A. "Moving Beyond Individual-level Interventions: An Evidence-based Review of the Influence of Community Context and the Effectiveness of Place-Based Reentry Strategies" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia, PA <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p372182_index.html

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Abstract: While it is now recognized that we will only have marginal improvement in the success of offender reentry initiatives by focusing exclusively on individual-level change strategies, we actually know remarkably little about (1) how community context actually affects various types of offenders, (2) how we can utilizing knowledge of community context in the new wave of reentry initiatives now being developed with funding available through the Second Chance Act. Utilizing a social ecological framework, we first review the available research on person-environment interactions (focusing on both pre-entry( e.g. incarceration) and reentry( from prison).After presenting this review, we then examine the available research on a wide range of new place- based initiatives, including: concentrated community supervision programs; reentry courts; restorative justice reentry programs; various community notification strategies designed to inform residents about returning offenders( e.g sex offenders, gang members, etc.); place-specific interagency task forces; and other initiatives designed to identify” high risk” offenders and/or to coordinate community-based treatment services.


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