Residential Reentry Management (RRM) - Miami

Federal BOP Reentry & Treatment Facility

Last Updated: February 01, 2022
401 North Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33128

Residential Reentry Management (RRM) - Miami is for Federal BOP Reentry & Treatment Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Reentry, the process of reintegrating offenders from correctional facilities into society, is a critical aspect of public safety. With more than three-quarters of state offenders being re-arrested within five years of release, successful reintegration is imperative. Evidence-based practices focus on individuals at medium to high risk of reoffending, tailoring programs to address their specific needs, thus lowering recidivism rates. Residential Reentry Centers (RRCs) play a vital role in this process by providing structured environments and various programs to aid residents in their rehabilitation and community reconnection efforts.

Moreover, RRCs assist probation and pretrial services officers in monitoring individuals' activities to ensure compliance with release conditions and reduce violations, particularly for those deemed higher risk. Additionally, RRCs serve as alternatives to pretrial detention, offering a solution for individuals whose appearance cannot be reasonably ensured or who may pose a danger to the community under less restrictive conditions. Judicial policies consider factors like cost-effectiveness, reducing jail overcrowding, and the suitability of RRC placement for certain defendants, balancing these against individual circumstances and needs. Ultimately, successful reentry not only benefits the individual but also contributes to enhanced public safety and more effective correctional practices.

Residential Reentry Management (RRM) - Miami - Halfway House Information

Locations for RRM MIAMI
141 N.W. 1ST AVE.
DANIA, FL 33004
PHONE: (954) 920-6558

968 N.W. 2ND ST.
MIAMI, FL 33128
PHONE: (305) 545-0926

101 NW 59TH ST.
MIAMI, FL 33127
PHONE: (305) 758-3634

PHONE: (561) 689-1212

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours for Residential Reentry Management (RRM) - Miami are subject to change, so it's crucial to confirm them by contacting the facility directly by phone. Please reach out to 305-536-5710, on visitation procedures, applications, or directions to the facility in Miami. Please note that visitors will undergo a thorough search before entering the premises, and personal belongings, including cell phones, are strictly prohibited. Individuals under probation, parole, or community corrections supervision must obtain approval from both their supervising officer and the superintendent before visiting, although such visits are not typically approved.

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