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4/25/2019
Justice Department Awards More Than $74.5 Million to Support Adult and Youth Offenders Returning to Communities
7/30/2018
New Guide Prepares Juvenile Offenders for Reentry
9/20/2016
US Departments of Labor and Justice Award $59.4M in Grants to Improve Reentry Outcomes for Current, Formerly Incarcerated Individuals
8/16/2016
Justice Department Releases 2016 Federal Interagency Reentry Council Report
4/25/2016
The Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development to Award $1.75 Million to Help Justice-Involved Youth Find Jobs and Housing
4/22/2016
Department of Justice to Launch Inaugural National Reentry Week
12/21/2015
Justice Department and The Council of State Government Justice Center host national conference on reducing recidivism among adults and youth
11/23/2015
OJJDP Expands Smart on Juvenile Justice Program to Two New States
11/2/2015
The Justice Department and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Announce New Juvenile Re-Entry Assistance Program
10/1/2015
Justice Department Announces $53 Million in Grant Awards to Reduce Recidivism Among Adults and Youth
1/18/2012
The Department of Justice Announces New Leadership in Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
10/12/2011
Justice Department Addresses Children's Justice and Safety
10/6/2009
Justice Department Announces Grants Under Second Chance Act Prisoner Reentry Initiative: National Adult and Juvenile Reentry Resource Center Created
1/10/2006
First Lady Laura Bush And Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales Open National Conference On At-Risk Youth
9/20/2004
Attorney General Announces $6.7 Million to Help Ex-Offenders Reentering Communities