The Impacts of College-in-Prison Participation on Safety and Employment in New York State: An Analysis of College Students Funded by the Criminal Justice Investment Initiative

This study is a midterm evaluation report of the College-inPrison Reentry Initiative (CIP), a program to expand access to academic college education in prison throughout NewYork State. CIP is funded by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII), a strategic plan for reinvesting $250 million in criminal asset forfeiture into programs that promote public safety. 

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