Day Reporting Centers

February 24, 2016

Reentry providers meet to discuss what works

In the largest event of its kind, more than 1,400 federally funded providers of reentry and mental health services convened recently for a pair of overlapping conferences aimed at sharpening efforts to reduce rearrest and reincarceration rates and improve other mental health outcomes for people in contact with the criminal […]
May 5, 2015

Criminal justice committees offer broad perspective to solving correctional challenges

Criminal justice committees, boards and councils can play a critical role in assessing local needs and planning for the future. As criminal justice agencies seek to promote change, address public safety concerns or plan for resource allocation, they often look to established planning groups, such as commissions, boards and councils. […]
September 2, 2014

California corrections report: Counties that prioritize reentry have better recidivism outcomes

A new report by the Public Policy Institute of California has found that recidivism outcomes are better for offenders in the Post-Release Community Supervision population in counties that emphasize reentry services over traditional enforcement. The PRCS population is defined by the study as a segment of the released prisoner population […]
August 26, 2014

Franklin County DRC recognized as a model day reporting center

The GEO Group, the parent company of GEO Reentry Services, recently honored the Franklin County Day Reporting Center with the Chairman’s Best in Class Award. The award recognizes Franklin County’s exceptional recidivism and graduation rates among participants. The ceremony received great coverage in two local publications, The Herald-Mail and the […]