Reentry Resource Center: New York
Welcome to the New York State-based support network and information clearinghouse on prison, reentry, and the consequences of criminal proceedings. Attorneys, social service providers, policy advocates, individuals with criminal records, family, and community members are encouraged to join for full access to the online resource library, monthly mailings, and calendar updates. Click here for the national site.
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Looking for an overview? Download our comprehensive manual on the Consequences of Criminal Proceedings in New York State.
We also have a shorter People's Guide in Q & A format.
Ready to dive in? Go straight to the Library to browse hundreds of resources. Quick links to Library Folders are on the left sidebar. You can also look through past Resources of the Week.
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Download our Fully Revised and Expanded Manual on the
Consequences of Criminal Proceedings in New York
Created for defense attorneys, civil legal services attorneys, and reentry advocates the manual details hundreds of consequences in New York State that flow from a criminal arrest or conviction, and strategies for navigating them. Every section has been updated with expanded citations to case law and useful practice tips. Click here to download the manual.
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Resource of the Week
September 15, 2014
Voices From the Box: Solitary Confinement at Rikers Island chronicles the day-to-day suffering and abuse experienced by 59 Bronx Defenders clients held in solitary confinement between July 2013 and August 2014. The goal of the report is to bring the voices of individuals who have experienced solitary confinement firsthand into the conversation regarding reforms to this practice. Although The Bronx Defenders’ ultimate recommendation is for the Department of Correction to end the use of solitary confinement, the report includes a number of intermediate reforms that the Department can implement in the meantime.
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