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The following articles and reports published in newspapers, journals and other media are of interest to CSOSA as their content relates to the programs and services of the agency:

AudioInterview with Eydie Whittington, Lead Vocational Development Specialist for Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency, discussing the organization and their mission to the community.
(Comcast Newsmakers, October 2, 2015)

AudioCareer Path D.C.--Interview with Charles Whitaker, CEO Career Path D.C. discussing the organization and what they do for the community.
(Comcast Newsmakers, October 2, 2015)

Movie on Re-entry Takes Top Honors
(, February 2, 2012)

Program in D.C. Seeks to Bring Measure of Control to Lives of Female Ex-Offenders
(Washington Post, July 28, 2011)

The Power of Family - The Struggle to Keep Connected with Relatives in Prison
(East of the River Magazine, May 2011)

Sex Offender Supervision in the Nation's Capital
(, December 8, 2010)

In D.C., Public Defenders Aren't Where the System Falls Short (Washington Post, March 28, 2010)

More Ex-Cons on the Streets, Fewer Jobs
(Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2010)

Mentoring Juveniles Before They Become Adult Criminals
(Christian Science Monitor, March 16, 2010)

R. Gil Kerlikowske Speaks on his Job as Nation's Drug Czar
(Washington Post, March 17, 2010)

A Crack in the Prison Door
(, February 24, 2010)

Adobe Acrobat PDF formatDomestic Violence Prevention in Washington, DC
(Sheriff Magazine, National Sheriffs' Association, January-February 2007)

Adobe Acrobat PDF formatReturning From Prison to Washington, D.C.; "We Make Transition Possible" (Journal of Community Corrections, International Community Corrections Association, Fall 2006)

Adobe Acrobat PDF formatSustainable Community Involvement: A Solution to NIMBY in Community Corrections? (Community Corrections Report, January-February 2007)

Adobe Acrobat PDF formatIn or Out Of the Game? A Battle-Scarred Hustler Waits for a Second Act (Washington Post, December 31, 2006)

Connecting to Care: Addressing Unmet Need in HIV
(Featuring CSOSA's Community Resource Video Conference, AIDS Action Foundation)

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Sex Offenders Told to Stay Away From Kids on Halloween (, November 1, 2006)

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Church Helps Ex-Cons to Live on the Outside
(Washington Post, October 26, 2006)

Audio Program Targets Rehab Help for Federal Inmates
(National Public Radio, September 27, 2006)


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For additional information on CSOSA media releases contact:

Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.

Senior Public Affairs Specialist

Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency

633 Indiana Avenue, NW Suite 1263

Washington, DC 20004

202-220-5616 (Work)

240-882-8274 (Cell)