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Supportive Housing for the Disabled Reentry Population: The District of Columbia Frequent Users Service Enhancement Pilot Program (DCPI Research Link)
Jocelyn Fontaine, Douglas Gilchrist-Scott, Aaron Horvath

Using qualitative and quantitative data, this report discusses the history, performance, and progress of the District of Columbia Frequent Users Service Enhancement Pilot Program, implemented by the Corporation for Supportive Housing. As a supportive housing reentry program focused on disabled individuals with histories of homelessness and incarceration, the program intended to provide housing and coordinate services for 50

Published by: Urban Institute
Publication Year: 2011Availability: HTML


Kiosk Supervision for the District of Columbia (Research Brief)
Jesse Jannetta,Robin Halberstadt

This brief discusses the capabilities of kiosk supervision technology, how kiosk supervision fits within a broader risk reduction supervision strategy, challenges of kiosk implementation, and empirical evidence regarding kiosk supervision impacts. It draws upon and summarizes findings from a simulation analysis designed to identify a set of low-risk offenders supervised by CSOSA who posed the same risk whether supervised via kiosk supervision or through in-person reporting to community supervision officers. It concludes with recommendations for implementation of a kiosk supervision system in the District of Columbia.

Published by: The Urban Institute
Publication Year: 2011Availability: PDF


Unlocking Employment Opportunity for Previously Incarcerated Persons in DC (DCPI Research Link)
Council for Court Excellence

CCE has released the first major study to document the enormous obstacles to employment facing Washington, DC residents with a criminal record.

Published by: Council for Court Excellence, 2011.
Publication Year: 2011Availability: HTML


Reducing the Revolving Door of Incarceration and Homelessness in the District of Columbia: Population Overlaps (DCPI Research Link)
Sam Hall, Martha R. Burt, Caterina Gouvis Roman, Jocelyn Fontaine

As part of the Reentry Housing Forum, "Reducing the Revolving Door of Incarceration and Homelessness in the District of Columbia," this paper presents the number of people who used jail only; shelter only; jail and shelter; jail, shelter, and Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS); multiple spells in each, and a mental illness disability, for people using the D.C. Jail between October 1, 2004 and March 31, 2008, public emergency shelters between October 1, 2005 and September 30, 2007, and FEMS between January 1 and August 31, 2008.

Publication Year: 2009Availability: HTML


Reducing the Revolving Door of Incarceration and Homelessness in the District of Columbia: Data Sources, Methods, and Limitations (DCPI Research Link)
Sam Hall, Martha R. Burt, Caterina Gouvis Roman, Jocelyn Fontaine

As part of the Reentry Housing Forum, "Reducing the Revolving Door of Incarceration and Homelessness in the District of Columbia," this paper presents the number of people who used jail only; shelter only; jail and shelter; jail, shelter, and Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS); multiple spells in each, and a mental illness disability, for people using the D.C. Jail between October 1, 2004 and March 31, 2008, public emergency shelters between October 1, 2005 and September 30, 2007, and FEMS between January 1 and August 31, 2008.

Published by: Urban Institute
Publication Year: 2009Availability: HTML


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