Community benefit projects revitalize cultural centers, parks, and more.
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Corps members ready for the workplace.
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Community advisory boards approve benefit projects.
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Corps members and staff set goals together.
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Corps members build teamwork skills.
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A reentry program informed by youth development principles.
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NYC Justice Corps Communities

Serving the South Bronx under the leadership of Phipps Neighborhoods.

Serving Bed-Stuy, Bushwick, Brownsville, Crown Heights, and East New York via the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES).

Serving East and Central Harlem under the leadership of the Center for Court Innovation (CCI).

Serving Jamaica under the leadership of the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES).

Impact

"Justice Corps gave me an opportunity when they introduced me to the company I’m working for and helped me get my OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] certification.

-Joseph, NYC Justice Corps graduate

Toolbox

Use these guides, downloadable forms, videos, and other resources to learn about key components of the NYC Justice Corps model that you can adapt for your program or community.

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In The News

Read about the Queens Justice Corps on New York 1

About PRI

Learn about PRI's Prison to College Pipeline, Pinkerton Fellowship Initiative, and other programs.

Read our latest report

Building Communities, Changing Lives: The NYC Justice Corps Community Benefit Projects, June 2017