Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry

The Office of Reentry is dedicated to reducing recidivism in Cuyahoga County.

Ohio Justice and Policy Center

OJPC works to reduce the number of incarcerated people, expand the opportunities for people with criminal records, and protect  the human rights and dignity of incarcerated people.


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