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What significance does the contemporary concept of prisoner reentry hold for today’s corrections administrators? For society? How do the terms reentry and parole differ?
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Prisoner reentry is the current buzzword among corrections administrators, but in many ways it does not differ significantly from parole. The focus of both is the return of an incarcerated offender back into the community. It is a significant issue, however, because of increased use of incarceration over the last 25 years. The concept has little significance for the corrections administrators. Although one might hope that the focus of incarceration is to best prepare the offender for successful reentry, the nature of correctional institutions is safety and security. For society, however, prisoner reentry is of much significance. If offenders can more successfully reenter society, then community safety will increase.
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