Additional Authors

Epperson, Matthew W.; Grier, Annie

Publication Date

3-31-2017

Summary

This policy action statement was developed by members of the network engaged in the Grand Challenge to Promote Smart Decarceration. The Grand Challenges initiative’s policy action statements present proposals emerging from Social Innovation for America’s Renewal, a policy conference organized by the Center for Social Development at Washington University in collaboration with theAmerican Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare, which is leading the Grand Challenges for Social Work initiative to champion social progress through a national agenda powered by science.

Document Type

Other

Category

Social Innovation Partnerships

Subarea

Grand Challenges for Social Work

Original Citation

Pettus-Davis, C., Epperson, M. W., & Grier, A. (2017, March). Reverse civic and legal exclusions for persons with criminal charges and convictions (Policy Action No. 9.1). Cleveland, OH: American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare, Grand Challenges for Social Work initiative.

Project

Grand Challenges for Social Work

Keywords

American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare, Certificate of rehabilitation, civic exclusion, civil disability, collateral consequences, courts, criminal justice, decarceration, Grand Challenges for Social Work, Order of limited relief, plea, recidivism, rehabilitation

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