Marion County Justice Reinvestment Initiative
Marion County community corrections officers manage 3,600 people on post-prison supervision and probation. The county is using proven strategies that give non-violent property and drug offenders, and offenders returning from prison, the tools to succeed. During 2015-17, Marion County will receive $3.5 million through Oregon's legislatively adopted Justice Reinvestment Initiative to support those strategies.
Helping crime victims find safety and rebuild their lives is a priority of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative. Ten percent of Marion County's justice reinvestment grant will be used to help victims of crime.
Given the right treatment and supervision, offenders can and do change their lives to become responsible, contributing community members. Neighborhoods and communities are safer when non-violent property and drug offenders change their lives.
Marion County Sheriff's Office
LEAD - MCRI Newsletter Feb 2018
Marion County Justice Reinvestment Initiative Application 2017-19
Marion County Community Corrections State Plan Final Doc 2017-19
Justice Reinvestment Grant Presentation October 7, 2015
Justice Reinvestment Grant Application 2015-2017
Community Corrections State Plan 2015-17
Inmate Survey Report, 2015
Marion County Mental Health/A&D Providers