Parole officers affiliated with the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) have created a partnership with the Indianapolis police department on a new community reentry program for high-risk state prison parolees. The program is called INPACT. It connects high-risk parolees with community resources, such as housing, jobs, and transportation. For the program, an on-site IDOC parole officer is stationed at each police district in Indianapolis, to give officers information about where each parolee lives. The police help link the parolee to community resources. The program was developed by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, the Department of Metropolitan Development . . .
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