Tag: Nathan Link

Reintegration Barriers Lead to Poorer Physical and Mental Health for Formerly Incarcerated, says Research Study

Reintegration Barriers Lead to Poorer Physical and Mental Health for Formerly Incarcerated, says Research Study

Formerly incarcerated individuals with barriers to re-entry and service needs following their release are subsequently more likely to experience poor physical and mental health, according to an eye-opening new Rutgers University–Camden study.

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Poor Physical or Mental Health Increases Chances of Recidivism and Reincarceration, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

Poor Physical or Mental Health Increases Chances of Recidivism and Reincarceration, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

A new Rutgers–Camden study advances a health-based model of desistance showing how both mental and physical health affect the chances of maintaining employment and positive family relationships, and ultimately recidivism.

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Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

By Tom McLaughlin For many paroled inmates, release from jail may signal a new beginning, but their freedom is anything but free. Nate Link explains that, when these released inmates attempt to integrate back into society, they typically need to fulfill an array of new financial obligations – monthly community supervision, electronic monitoring, and mandatory […]

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