This study looks at whether focused activities and increased coordination between the public workforce system and local correctional facilities prior to release may substantially improve employment outcomes for former inmates.
In an era of limited resources, devoting criminal justice resources to practices that are most successful at deterring crime and supporting at-risk individuals and families is a public safety imperative. We study programs and services to support the development of effective policies in this area.
Connecting Inmates to Public Workforce Services Prior to Release: The Linking to Employment Activities Pre-Release Grants
Reentry Employment Opportunities Evaluation: Serving Justice-Involved Youths and Adults
Mathematica is designing and conducting an evaluation to build evidence about effective strategies and approaches being implemented as part of the REO grant program.
Daniela Golinelli specializes in statistical modeling, data analysis, sample design, and program evaluation.Featured PublicationsTopics
- Behavioral Health
- Population Health
- Criminal Justice