What happens to incarcerated people when they are released from prison?

10 things you should know about reentry in Philadelphia – Generocity Philly

Yet, as much of a humanitarian crisis as mass incarceration is in the United States of America, an equally debilitating crisis is the one that follows. What happens to incarcerated people when they are released from prison? ### “Reentry” is the accepted term for the process of reentering society after incarceration, and Philadelphia is home to hundreds of thousands of returning citizens.

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Even after Pope Francis visit, life remains hard for those in Philadelphia’s prison system

A year later, inmates who met Pope Francis are still caught in the justice system – Generocity Philly

(Photo by Max Marin) Correction: Angelo Cameron is Brandan Hargrose’s court-appointed lawyer, not a public defender. Edit 9/28 @ 12:40 p.m. In the summer of 2015, Brandan Hargrose was working in the upholstery shop at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, happy to be using his hands again, to have a job again, a hardscrabble routine for his life behind bars.

Some suggest recidivism algorithm needs to be racist to be accurate

That recidivism technology Philadelphia is getting might not account for racist policing – Generocity Philly

The possibility of using big data to alleviate Philadelphia’s overcrowded jails

Can a computer algorithm be trusted to help relieve Philly’s overcrowded jails?

Of the roughly 7 400 people sitting in Philadelphia s jails right now more than half of them aren t there because they ve been found guilty of a crime They ve been accused of one and are waiting for