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									REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL RE-ENTRY




      RESISTANCE          COMMUNITY
          TO              RECEPTIVITY
      RECIDIVISM




             DEGREE OF SUCCESS
    SERVICE IN THE INTEREST OF
          OTHERS……..
COMMUNITY INTERESTS

   VISIBLY DEMONSTRATES CONSTRUCTIVE ACCOUNTABILITY
    MEASURES

   SERVES AS RALLYING POINT TO IDENTIFY UNMET COMMUNITY
    NEEDS AND ENGAGES COMMUNITY IN A PLAN OF ACTION TO
    ADDRESS THOSE NEEDS

   BUILDS HUMAN AND PHYSICAL CAPITAL

   IMPROVES ECONOMIC VITALITY OF NEIGHBORHOODS

   IMPROVES WORKFORCE FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

   CREATES SAFER ENVIRONMENTS
    SERVICE IN THE INTEREST OF
          OTHERS……..
PUBLIC POLICY INTERESTS

   PROVIDES A MEASURABLE MEANS TO DETERMINE
    RETURNS ON TAXES INVESTED IN PUBLIC SAFETY

   PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY TO DEMONSTRATE THAT RISK-
    APPROPRIATE OFFENDERS CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE
    CONSTRUCTIVELY IN THE COMMUNITY

   PROVIDES A PUBLICLY SUPPORTED MECHANISM TO
    REDUCE RELIANCE ON INCARCERATION AND RE-INVEST
    SAVINGS IN PROVEN COMMUNITY BASED PREVENTION
    EFFORTS
    SERVICE IN THE INTEREST OF
          OTHERS……..
HIGHER INTERESTS

   EASES SUFFERING

   BUILDS GOODWILL

   ALLOWS PEOPLE TO EXPRESS HUMANITY

   BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN EVERYBODY

   DEVELOPS SENSE OF COMMUNITY

   ALLOWS FOR PEOPLE TO EARN REDEMPTION GRACEFULLY

   PROMPTS GOOD CITIZENSHIP
 THE CASE FOR CIVIC SERVICE
      AND SUCCESSFUL
  REINTEGRATION OF PEOPLE
       LEAVING PRISON

REINTEGRATION OBSTACLES
  REPUTATION DEFICIT
   “Bankrupt Trust Accounts”

  ABSENCE OF ATTRACTIVE PORTFOLIO

  LIMITED/NON-EXISTENT REFERENCES

  LIMITED WORLD OF WORK SKILLS

  RESTITUTION OBLIGATIONS

  COURT-ORDERED COMMUNITY SERVICE
   REQUIREMENTS

  LACK OF COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORK
CIVIC SERVICE AS AN ASSET FOR
 SUCCESSFUL REINTEGRATION


 PORTFOLIO RICH IN
  VOLUNTEERISM/SERVICE

 NEW REPUTATION AS A
  CONTRIBUTOR

 RESPECTED REFERENCES

 BASIC WORK SKILL MASTERY

 MEANS TO COMPLETE
  RESTITUTION/COMMUNITY SERVICE

 DEVELOPMENT OF RELIABLE SUPPORT
     NETWORK

 EARNED REDEMPTION
                         The Cascades Center for
                         Community Governance




 The Civic Justice Corps. . . Building healthier,
safer communities with the talent, energy and
contribution of people crrently or formerly
incarcerated
     CIVIC JUSTICE CORPS
      DESIGN STRATEGY
 INSTITUTION ACCOUNTABILITY-BASED,
  SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM CONTEXT

 SERVICE CORPS EXPERIENCE TO PRECEDE
  EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES

 FAITH-BASED AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
  INVOLVEMENT IN
  PLANNING/IMPLEMENTATION

 SERVICE CLUB/CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  PARTICIPATION

 FOCUS ON NEIGHBORHOOD
  REVITALIZATION/ECONOMIC
  DEVELOPMENT

 PARTICIPANT INCENTIVES

 SIGNIFICANT MARKETING

 PROCESS AND OUTCOME EVALUATION
     CIVIC JUSTICE CORPS
DEMONSTRATION CONSIDERATIONS

  COMMITMENT TO ACCOUNTABILITY-
  BASED, SERVICE LEARNING

  DEVELOPMENT OF REDEPLOYMENT
   STRATEGY

  IDENTIFICATION OF
   SUPPORTIVE/CAPABLE PILOT SITES:
   Portland, Oregon
   North Charleston, South Carolina
   Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council

  COMMUNITY PARTNER ALIGNMENT

  ACTIVE SYSTEM SUPPORT AND
   PARTICIPATION

  STIPEND FUND DEVELOPMENT TO
   SUPPORT SERVICE CORPS MEMBERS

  TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
   PLAN
      GOOD
Doing Time:
   Spectrum of Expectations and Roles
    High




  Degree
     of
   Short
    and
  Long-
                                                    Citizen as
   Term
                                                     Steward
Community
 Benefits                             Citizen as
                                      Contributor
                         Citizen as
                         Recipient
            Citizen as
    Low       Object



              Low        Degree of Civic Engagement              High
         Spectrum of Community Efficacy
 High




Degree
  of
                                                      Places Where
Health                                                   Citizens
 and                                                      Share
Safety                                                Responsibility
                                                       and protect
                                        Places with
                                                      Each Other’s
                                         a Strong
                                                       Health and
                                         Sense of
                          Places                        Well-being
                                       Neighborhood
                        Regarded as
                                          Identity
            Places      Geographic
          Regarded as   Locations or
 Low       Problem         Areas
            Centers            CIVIC SERVICE


             Low         Degree of Citizen Stewardship                 High
                                                 REENTRY REPORT CARD
                                                       (Draft)
1.    Education
Percent of people leaving prison                                      No education qualification   ____%
who possess a GED, high school                                        GED graduate                 ____%
diploma, associates degree or                                         High school diploma          ____%
college degree                                                        Associates degree            ____%
                                                                      College degree               ____%

2.    Housing
Percent of people leaving prison who                                  At 30 days                   ____%
reside in stable, affordable housing                                  At 90 days                   ____%
situations                                                            At 180 days                  ____%
                                                                      At 365 days                  ____%

3.   Health Status                                                    % at time of release   % to be in treatment
                                                                                              within 30 days
                                                                                              following release
 Percent of people leaving prison
diagnosed to have health and mental                    Alcohol/Drug
illness problems and percent who are                   addiction         _____%                    _____%
receiving treatment in the community
                                                       Communicable
                                                       Disease           _____%                    _____%
                                                       Mental
                                                       Illness           _____%                    _____%

4.    Employment
Percent employed at 30, 60, 90 day                                    30 days                      ____%
intervals as evidenced by a W-2 form                                  60 days                      ____%
                                                                      90 days                      ____%

Percent who maintain employment in the                                                             ____%
same trade or profession for at least one year

Percent who are working in jobs where health                                                       ____%
benefits are provided
5.   Restorative Responsibilities

Percent who have fulfilled restitution and    Restitution                              ____%
court-ordered community service               Community service                        ____%
responsibilities

6.   Recidivism

Percent who are cited by parole for           Parole violation                         ___%
violations and percent who are charged        Misdemeanor offenses                     ___%
by a prosecutor for misdemeanor and           Felony offenses                          ___%
felony offenses

Percent returned to prison for violations     Returned on violations                   ___%
and convictions of new crimes                 Returned on new
                                              convictions                              ___%

7.   Family Relationships

Percent who report and are confirmed          30 days                                  ___%
by family members to be in positive           90 days                                  ___%
family relationships                         180 days                                  ___%

8.   Civic Engagement

Percent who have a verified relationship     30 days                                   ___%
with a faith-based and/or community          90 days                                   ___%
organization and percent who vote            180 days                                  ___%
(where allowed) in local, state, and
federal elections                            Active voters                             ___%
                                             (where allowed)

9.   Community Participation

Total number of community members            Volunteers                _____ hrs value $_____
working in volunteer and service roles
and value of that volunteerism and           Service
service to the community                     participants              _____hrs value $_____
         SERVICE LEARNING

      Making a connection between
    classroom – based study and service to
    the community.

      Helping youth understand the value of
    service for the good of themselves and
    their community.
              Service Learning
   Encourages youth to learn/develop through
    active participation
   Provides structured time for youth to think, talk
    and/or write about the activity
   Provides youth opportunities to use newly
    acquired skills and knowledge in real-life
    situations
   Extends learning into the community and helps
    foster the development and the sense of caring
    for others.

								
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