State program

Adult Redeploy Illinois   |  Visit Adult Redeploy Illinois

Status: Current

In response to declining state resources and expanding criminal justice research about best practices in corrections, Illinois passed the Crime Reduction Act of 2009. The Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) program was created by the Act to increase alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders. Research shows that non-violent offenders are more effectively rehabilitated in community settings, which are also less expensive than prison. ARI provides grants to local jurisdictions to expand their capacity to safely supervise non-violent offenders in the community by investing in evidence-based practices shown to reduce recidivism. In exchange for grant funding, sites agree to reduce by 25 percent the number of non-violent offenders they send to the Illinois Department of Corrections from their target populations.

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For more information about ICJIA administered grant programs, please call the Authority, 312-793-8550 or email cja.grantsunit@illinois.gov.

For a list of all current and archived grant programs, please see the complete list of grant programs.