USPO Northern District of New York Offender Reentry
The U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services System performs probation and pretrial services functions in the U.S. district courts. The system’s mission remains dedicated to serving the community, the courts, and the persons who appear before them. Reentry is the transition period when an incarcerated person is released from prison back into the community. Probation officers play an essential role in facilitating the transition by giving services such as access to treatment clinics, job opportunities, and education. The Intensive Reentry Court (IRC) program aims to discover high risk justice involved people throughout their transition from prison to supervised release. It provides them with an intensive rehabilitation program to improve their prospects of effective community reintegration and capacity to comply with the court’s release requirements. The program uses various community services to meet the needs of incarcerated people. For more information, contact the organization directly using the information provided on this page.