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Durham Prisoner Resource Round Table Presentation 07.21.09

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Persons with a history of incarceration are less likely to re-offend when they are supported by family and the members of their community. …

Persons with a history of incarceration are less likely to re-offend when they are supported by family and the members of their community.

This presentation was given by Minister Dr. Glenda Clare at a church in Durham, North Carolina. The purpose of the presentation was to prepare Durham county residents to welcome formerly incarcerated persons back into the community.

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  • 1. The Nuts & Bolts of Incarceration From Arrest to Release Hosted by Greater Word Empowerment Church
  • 2. Nuts & Bolts of Incarceration From Arrest to Release • Welcome from Greater Word Empowerment Church • Introductions • The Durham Prisoner Resource Round Table (DPRRT) • Purpose for the Meeting • North Carolina Department of Corrections • Bureau of Prisons
  • 3. Nuts & Bolts of Incarceration From Arrest to Release • Community Corrections • Durham County Criminal Justice Resource Center • Questions and Answers • Durham Prisoner Resource Round Table (DPRRT) - Next Steps • Closing/Networking
  • 4. Durham Prisoner Resource Roundtable an all inclusive initiative, assists persons and families affected by incarceration (formerly, currently, or at- risk) Meets 1st Tuesdays Union Baptist Church 904 N. Roxboro Rd., Durham, NC 919- 688-1304 http://durhamprisonroundtable.lefora.com/forum/
  • 5. Our Intent: To put individuals & families affected by incarceration in the midst of a team of encouragers and services provided within Durham County
  • 6. Our Mission The Durham Prisoner Resource Round Table (DPRRT) seeks to strengthen communities by connecting the disconnected by improving housing, education and training skills, health services, employment, family and juvenile justice, and faith ministry.
  • 7. Key Issues for Prisoners, Returning Citizens & Families • Education & Skills Training • Employment • Faith Based Ministry • Family • Health (Physical & Mental) • Community Education • Legislative Updates • Advocacy • Housing • Juvenile Delinquency
  • 8. DPRRT Subcommittees • Education, Employment & Entrepreneurship - 2nd Wednesdays from 10 - 11 in the Library at UBC • Faith Based Ministry - 4th Monday - time and location TBA • Family, Prevention & Juvenile Justice – 1st Tuesday from 2-3 immediately after DPRRT mtg. • Health Services -TBA • Housing - TBA
  • 9. RE-Entry Success Based on Relationship Between Events beginning incarceration + release into the community.
  • 10. What We Know Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council & Other Evidence Based Practice (EBP)
  • 11. What We Want to Do? • Develop relationship with Correctional facility staff & Community Corrections releasing to Durham County • Develop relationship with inmate and family 9 months – 3 yrs prior to release • Comprehensive assessment of individual & family needs • Develop re-entry plan • Resource Check List Resume, SSN/Birth Certificate, State ID/Driver’s License – within 24 hrs (waiver), Clothing, Bus Passes, Food Coupons
  • 12. 2009 Agenda • Identify Existing Services - Durham Specific Resource Directory • Networking/ Collaboration - Identify Service Gaps • Meetings with Representatives from BOP, DOC & CJRC • Refine Re-entry Assessment • Educational Forums • Employment Fair • Creation of Employment / Entrepreneurial Opportunities • Collaboration between CBO & FBO - Encouragement Teams • Fragile Families Research Study Group
  • 13. N.C. Corrections Prison Facilities within 1 Hr. Radius
  • 14. The Nuts & Bolts of Incarceration: From Arrest to Release Monday, January 12, 2009 from 5:30 – 7:30 Greater Word Empowerment Church 1230 Avondale Dr, Durham, N.C.
  • 15. Caswell Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 484 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Medium Administrator: Judy W. Brandon
  • 16. Central Prison Inmate Capacity: 1000 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Close Administrator: Gerald Branker
  • 17. Durham Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 216 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Minimum Administrator: David Cates
  • 18. Harnett Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 854 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Medium Administrator: Joseph Hall
  • 19. N.C. Correctional Institute for Women Inmate Capacity: 1300 Inmate Gender: Female Custody Level: Close/Medium/Minimum Administrator: Warden Annie Harvey
  • 20. North Piedmont Correctional Center Inmate capacity: 144 Inmate gender: Female Custody level: Minimum Administrator: Benita Witherspoon
  • 21. Orange Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 180 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Minimum Administrator: Michael Thumm
  • 22. Polk Correctional Center Inmate capacity: 1012 Inmate gender: Male Custody level: Close Administrator: Dennis Rowland
  • 23. Raleigh Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 186 Inmate Gender: Female Custody Level: Minimum Superintendent: Kenneth Royster
  • 24. Sanford Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 302 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Minimum Administrator: Jimmy L. Currin
  • 25. Wake Correctional Center Inmate Capacity: 414 Inmate Gender: Male Custody Level: Minimum Administrator: James Langston