SECOND CHANCE ACT ADULT AND JUVENILE OFFENDER REENTRY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FY2010 COMPETITIVE GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT
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Traverse City, MI – January, 2010 - The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs’ (OJP) Bureau of Justice Assistance and Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention announced that they are seeking applications for funding for the Second Chance Act Adult and Juvenile Offender Reentry Initiative. This program furthers the Department’s commitment to providing services and programs to help facilitate the successful reintegration of offenders as they return to their communities. Applications are due March 4, 2010. To learn more about the announcement and the application, visit the following link.
Northpointe Institute for Public Management is working with jurisdictions around the country to craft innovative reentry solutions that address the challenges presented by individuals reentering communities from terms in jail and prison. These reentry solutions combine the power of COMPAS Reentry, our 4th Generation Risk and Needs Assessment software tool that focuses the assessment on the prospective needs of an individual, along with our highly experienced consulting and training staff to help ensure the outcomes that are targeted are achieved and sustained. As you prepare your Second Chance Act grant proposal, please let us know if we can help. Find out more about Northpointe Institute for Public Management at www.northpointeinc.com.
Established in 1989, Northpointe Institute for Public Management is a nationally recognized research and consulting firm, offering software products, training and implementation services to local, state and federal criminal justice systems and policy makers. Northpointe provides the tools to improve decision making for individuals, agencies and communities, and has long been a leader in decision support services for the corrections industry. Northpointe guides clients through the variety of challenges to becoming a well-trained and professional evidence-based organization.
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