Reentry Services Division
The Reentry Services Division (RSD), overseen by , provides enhanced oversight and direction in the critical area of offender reentry. This new division furthers the BOP mission of preparing inmates for reentry by focusing on reentry programming and community resource transition, thereby increasing public safety. The RSD is comprised of five branches that were previously part of the Correctional Programs Division: National Reentry Affairs, Chaplaincy Services, Residential Reentry Management, Female Offenders, and Psychology Services. The Division has responsibilities for a variety of functions in the areas of contract residential reentry centers, residential reentry management (previously, community corrections) field offices, federally-sentenced juveniles, and community-based drug treatment, as well as liaison activities with the U.S. Marshals Service, Office of Probation and Pretrial Services, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. RSD staff are responsible for direct oversight of field staff who monitor contract compliance at secure privatized prisons and coordinate the Bureau's privatization management efforts.