Gov. Wolf announced that as of October 1, the number of people incarcerated in state correctional facilities is the lowest total since 2001.
Wolf Administration Announces Partnership to Connect Reentrants with Substance Use Disorder TreatmentApril 15, 2021
Gov. Wolf today announced a partnership developed by the departments of Human Services and Corrections that will better connect people who are being released from state correctional institutions with opioid use disorder treatment, by connecting them to treatment through one of Pennsylvania’s Centers of Excellence.
Today, the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force announced the formation of subcommittees focused on key issues and audiences, bringing more voices to aid in representing all Pennsylvanians
Thirteen clemency applicants sentenced to life in prison will soon be freed to a Community Corrections Center and eventually paroled because Governor Tom Wolf signed their commutations yesterday.
Wolf Administration Participates in National Project to Review Safe Inmate Population Reduction During COVID-19October 20, 2020
The Wolf Administration recently participated in a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine project, which resulted in the report: Decarcerating Correctional Facilities During COVID-19. Released today, the report, which was funded by Arnold Ventures and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, offers guidance on efforts to decarcerate, or reduce the incarcerated population, as a response […]