Criminal Justice and Health and Human Services: An Exploration of Overlapping Needs, Resources, and Interests in Brooklyn Neighborhoods

12/01/2001

From Prison to Home: The Effect of Incarceration and Reentry on Children, Families, and Communities

Criminal Justice and Health and Human Services: An Exploration of Overlapping Needs, Resources, and Interests in Brooklyn Neighborhoods

By: Eric Cadora, Open Society Institute with Mannix Gordon, Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development and Charles Swartz, Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment

December 2001

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Data Sources

  • The New York City Dept. of Info. Technology and Training (2000 data)
  • The New York City Dept. of City Planning (2000 data)
  • The United States Census 2000 (2000 data)
  • The New York City Human Resources Administration (2000 data)
  • The New York City Police Department (2000 data)
  • The New York City Dept. of Corrections (1998 data)
  • The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (1998 data)
  • The New York City Dept. of Probation (1999 data)
  • The New York State Division of Parole (2000 data)

Administrative Boundaries, Brooklyn, NY Police Precincts and Census Tracts

Administrative Boundaries, Brooklyn, NY, Police Precincts and Census Tracts

Population Profile, Brooklyn, NY Single Parent Households and Percent Population Under 18

Population Profile, Brooklyn, NY, Single Parent Households and Percent Population Under 18.

Population Profile, Brooklyn, NY Percent White and Percent Black

Population Profile, Brooklyn, NY, Percent White and Percent Black.

Needs Based Programs, Brooklyn, NY Percent on TANF and Percent of Children Under 18 on PA

Needs Based Programs, Brooklyn, NY, Percent on TANF and Percent Children Under 18 on PA.

Needs Based Programs, Brooklyn, NY Percent on Food Stamps and Percent on Medicaid

Needs Based Programs, Brooklyn, NY, Percent on Food Stamps and Percent on Medicaid.

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY Jail & Prison Admissions (1 Yr)

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY, Jail & Prison Admissions (1 Yr)

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY Property Crime Per 1000 Residents and Violent Crime per 1000 Residents

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY, Property Crime Per 1000 Residents and Violent Crime per 1000 Residents.

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NYAnnual Jail & Prison Expenditures ($ millions)

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY, Annual Jail & Prison Expenditures ($ millions).

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY Residents on Probation/Parole

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY, Residents on Probation/Parole.

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY Probable Caseload Distributions

Criminal Justice, Brooklyn, NY, Probable Caseload Distributions.

Criminal Justice and Needs Based Program, Brooklyn, NY Incarcerated Residents and TANF Recipients

Criminal Justice and Needs Based Program, Brooklyn, NY, Incarcerated Residents and TANF Recipients.

Criminal Justice and Needs Based Program, Brooklyn, NY Incarcerated Parents and Children Under 18 on PA

Criminal Justice and Needs Based Program, Brooklyn, NY, Incarcerated Parents and Children Under 18 on PA.

Incarcerated Residents, Public Housing, Support Services, Bedford Stuyvesant, NY Incarcerated Residents

Incarcerated Residents, Public Housing, Support Services, Bedford Stuyvesant, NY, Incarcerated Residents.

Coincident Neighborhood Populations Incarcerated Residents and Needs Based Program Recipients

Coincident Neighborhood Populations, Brooklyn, NY, Incarcerated Residents and Needs Based Program Recipients.

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