In a US Department of Justice study, it was revealed that more than 600,000 prisoners were released from State operated prisons in 2007 with the number continuing to rise each year to match the rise in incarceration rates. More than 95% of all individuals in prison will released from prison at some point and nearly 80% will be released on parole. For these individuals, readjusting to life outside of prison can be incredibly hard, from finding a job, to getting a place to live, and feeling comfortable living again. The task of readjusting is one of the most important things a recently released prisoner can do and there are dozens of details involved.
This book works to provide a comprehensive look at what prisoners can expect when they are released from prison and how to effectively approach their new life in a way that will allow them to be as successful as possible. You will learn the ten most common things that ex-convicts have trouble dealing with upon release and the top ten reasons a certain percentage of them consistently end up back in prison and why that doesn