Shaun Gann was quoted in a Magic Valley Times-News article on the proposed re-opening of a community re-entry center in the Twin Falls area. The proposed center would allow low-risk, low-security inmates to live and work in the community in the months leading up to their release.
Gann told the Time-News that states are “flocking toward” the use of re-entry centers, saying that “if we can help offenders address the impediments to reentry, then the recidivism rates are a lot lower.”
Gann also presented a poster at the American Society of Criminology conference in Philadelphia in November. It was titled, “A Classification Tree Approach to Analyzing the Interactive Effects of Race on Juvenile Court Decisions.”