Day Reporting

GEO Reentry supports parole, probation and pretrial service agencies with day reporting programs to match offender population risks and agency budgets. The programs offer supervision and treatment delivered via evidence-based practices to reduce recidivism.
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In-Custody

GEO Reentry offers in-custody treatment and training programs designed to change criminal thinking and behavior. The evidence-based programs give inmates a jump-start on additional treatment and training or employment opportunities upon release from incarceration.
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Residential

Our nationwide residential programs deliver temporary housing, monitoring and transitional services for adult male and female offenders. These community-based solutions support correctional agencies with a structured program designed as an alternative to incarceration.
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Spotlight on Reentry in Baton Rouge, La.

James M. Le Blanc, the Secretary of Corrections for the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, and other local policymakers visited the Baton Rouge Day Reporting Center Feb. 10 for an open house and to meet with local members of the judiciary and criminal justice system.

The Baton Rouge DRC provides community treatment and training for medium to high risk probationers and parolees released to community supervision. Secretary Le Blanc has been a strong proponent of Day Reporting reentry services as a way to reduce costly recidivism.

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