Building on the findings of the New Jersey Reentry Roundtable and a growing concern around the state about how to improve outcomes for the more than 70,000 individuals expected to return home from prison over the next five years, the roundtable examined the complex role that families – broadly defined – play in the lives of prisoners during incarceration and after their release. This document presents a set of recommendations emerging directly from roundtable sessions and provides a road map for individual and collaborative efforts accepted by a range of key players in New Jersey, including government officials, community and faith based service agencies, advocacy groups, family members and formerly incarcerated people.
Rutgers Univ. Sch. of Criminal Justice & N.J. Inst. for Soc. Justice 2006.
Cammett, Ann; Christian, Johnna; Fisherman, Nancy; and Scott-Pickens, Lori, "Bringing Families In: Recommendations of the Incarceration, Reentry and Family Roundtables" (2006). Scholarly Works. 570.