LR program for parolees aims to streamline support services

Posted: December 23, 2012 at 4:02 a.m.

Carrie Raglon (right) of the city of Little Rock and Christine Beems, chairman of the Public Relations Committee of the Central Arkansas Reentry Coalition, talk about a new initiative to help former inmates or homeless people settle into new lives in Little Rock.

Every month more than 100 new parolees are released and return to live in Little Rock.

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Arkansas, Pages 17 on 12/23/2012


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