Category Archives: Re-entry

Support and Accountability for Sex Offenders

This month, the first sex offender to participate in a Circle of Safety and Accountability (CoSA) in the South will be released from prison in Durham, North Carolina.  CoSA was founded in Hamilton, Ontario in 1994 as a response to public … Continue reading

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“Getting Justice Reform Right.” Some Guidance for Georgia?

JoAnne Page, President and CEO of The Fortune Society, posted an editorial on The Crime Report this month that I believe offers some important guidance for criminal justice reform in Georgia.  While applauding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New … Continue reading

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Can Inmates and Communities Work Together Toward Restorative Re-entry?

I had the distinct pleasure recently to speak to a group of undergraduate students at Georgia State University who are enrolled in the Prison Initiative.  Sarah Higinbotham, the instructor, has also piloted a program teaching literature and writing to state inmates … Continue reading

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