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Case Study: Innovative Female Reentry Project

According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice, nationally, more than 112,000 women were incarcerated in 2014[1] compared to approximately 13,000 in 1980.[2]  Even with the passage of Proposition 47, which reduces specified felonies to misdemeanors, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation projects that in 2017, the number of women incarcerated within the state will … Read on