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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

ReentryNet/NY: Web-based Resources on Reentry from Incarceration

Kate Rubin of The Bronx Defenders in New York has informed us at the CrimProf Blog of Reentry Net/NY.  ReentryNet/NY is the first ever support network and information clearinghouse on reentry from jail and prison and the civil consequences of criminal proceedings.  This web-based resource for defenders, civil legal services, social services, and policy reform advocates was developed as a partnership project by The Bronx Defenders and Pro Bono Net.  While the resources are specifically geared for New York State users, many materials are applicable nationally or in other states.  Reentry Net/NY is also working with the Prisoner Reentry Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, to develop and host a National Research and Policy Library.  Registration is required for ReentryNet/NY, but the webservice is free and can be found at [Mark Godsey]

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