Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab
The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab (“Colorado Lab”) partners with the Office of Colorado’s Governor and works with state agencies to improve the lives of Colorado’s residents.
Mathematica is supporting the Colorado Lab in their partnership with the Colorado Department of Corrections to examine and document pre- and post-release services provided to formerly incarcerated individuals in Colorado and the frequency of recidivism for those who receive reentry support. The research team conducted a study of reentry services, following the implementation of reforms passed by the Colorado General Assembly in 2014. The research team is also examining multiple sources of internal data to generate measures of program contact for reentry services and conduct a descriptive analysis of reentry service receipt.
Evidence & Insights From This Project
Modeling Successful Reentry Practices in Colorado
Mathematica in partnership with the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) Division of Adult Parole and the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab (Colorado Lab) will leverage an existing data set to examine ways to target reentry services so that they can best help reduce incarceration across the state.Learn More
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Julie W. Hartnack
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