Federal Bureau of Prisons – Western Region Reentry Coordination Team
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Western Region Reentry Coordination Team consists of the Reentry Affairs Coordinators from each of the 9 federal California federal correctional institutions and is chaired by the Reentry Affairs Administrator in Stockton, California. The team’s goal is to develop resources for individuals releasing from federal prisons back to the community. The Reentry Coordination Team’s primary focus is to assist releasing individuals in a successful reentry into society. The team strengthens community ties by attending local reentry coalitions and sharing available resources.
For more information about the BOP western Region Reentry Coordination Team, contact Kim Beaky at email@example.com or by phone at (209) 956-9807 or visit Federal Bureau of Prisons Reentry Programs.
There is a Reentry Affairs Coordinator (RAC) position in every Federal Prison. They are primarily responsible for the evaluation, monitoring and coordination of skill development and reentry initiatives, as well as, volunteer program activities. They serve as the...