Phoenix neighbors push back on plan for jail re-entry program

By Tristan Ettleman | The Republic

State plans for a 335-bed employment center and a 265-bed re-entry center on the Maricopa County Durango Jail campus in southwest Phoenix are drawing criticism from neighbors who feel the area has an overabundance of correctional facilities.

The centers are one piece of a larger statewide recidivism-reduction initiative from Gov. Doug Ducey called “A Real Second Chance.” The Arizona Department of Corrections and Department of Economic Security are overseeing the effort.


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