Metro recognizes the serious situation and has concluded that they cannot arrest their way out of the problem. It doesn’t take an Einstein to figure out that doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results is just crazy.
The police, the courts, and the prisons admit that what they have been doing hasn’t worked and that it’s time to do something different.
And doing something different is exactly what they are doing!
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County District Attorney, Clark County Public Defender’s Office, and the Nevada Department of Corrections are just some of law enforcement agencies that have joined forces with a registered 501(c) (3) reentry organization called HOPE for Prisoners.
The mission of HOPE for Prisoners is to empower and equip men, women, and young adults who are exiting various arenas of our judicial system to help them successfully reenter and effectively function in mainstream society. HOPE for Prisoner's holistic approach is to encourage and impart HOPE into the ex-offender as they come alongside them and their families in efforts to transform lives and systematically educate society in ways to engage and support them. The program is grounded in the belief that with the proper assistance, ex-offenders returning to the community can overcome the many barriers to effective living that the incarnation experience can create.
We at A Hope Bail Bonds are proud to support HOPE for Prisoners and appreciate the contribution they are making to the lives of the men, women and young adults being released to our streets. HOPE for Prisoners is playing a big role in making our city a better place to live.
If you would like more information about HOPE for Prisoners you can visit them online. Just google Hope For Prisoners Las Vegas.