The Reentry Council, established by Attorney General Holder in January 2011, represents a significant executive branch commitment to the improvement of policies to help break barriers. We work with reentry in all aspects of life from leaving the prison system to obtaining proper health care, to assisting with family stability in all areas of life. We assist the whole being in order to help produce more productive returning citizens.
A chief focus of the Re-Entry Council is to remove barriers to successful reentry, so that motivated individuals – who have served their time and paid their debts – are able to:
- Compete for a job
- Attain stable housing
- Support their children and their families
- Contribute to their communities
- Reduce community crime rate and reduce collateral cost of incarceration
The Craven-Pamlico Re-Entry Council believes that those returning from incarceration to society should have a healthy, stable transition.
Craven-Pamlico Re-Entry Board of Directors
|Shannon Tuzo||Chair||Methodist Home for Children||Director of Residential Services|
|Garry Cooper||Board Member||Pamlico County||Director of Parks and Recreation|
|Timothy Downs, Esq.||Board Member||Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce||Vice President of Economic Development|
|Jerry Prescott||Board Member||Retired Business Owner||Pamlico County|
Craven-Pamlico Re-Entry Staff
|Gregory Singleton||Craven Community College||Project Manager|
|Angela Wilson||Craven County Re-Entry Council||ReEntry Coordinator|
With an associate’s in Criminal Justice and several years in the field of corrections, she hopes to open more doors for second chance employment.
|Craven County Re-Entry Council||Job Placement Specialist|
Craven County Office
Pamlico County Office
Pamlico Career Center
705 Main St.
Bayboro, NC 28515