We can continue to over punish or we can break the crime rate Stop recidivism. By giving an equal opprotunity, proper education, Helping in Feeling Humility and new sourroundings to bring forth a changed paradigm.

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Operation 360


For communities, the return of released prisoners potentially poses
problems for public safety and challenges for reintegrating people into
society. The changes in the composition of returning prisoners outlined
in various studies suggest that there is not a single type of
reintegration problem. There are multiple offenders returning to
communities, including more offenders coming back from their first
experience with incarceration, and more offenders returning after a
churning (repeat incarceration) experience. Offenders have been out of
the community for longer periods and, even though they may have
participated in education and training programs, still face challenges
regarding reintegration into society. Communities, therefore, face a
complicated set of problems related to reintegrating offenders.
The
best way to promote public safety and prevent recidivism is to provide
resources and guidance to individuals being released back into the
community. Mildrie's Road Foundation Inc. was created to be a
contributor to the goal of providing needed information, resources, and
guidance in order to further that mission.
The criminal justice sector is increasingly aware that recidivism is insufficient for measuring the effectiveness of community corrections interventions on individuals or for assessing community well-being. As an outcome indicator, recidivism is subject to at least three significant limitations:
Recidivism is a reflection of both the individual but also the justice system.
Recidivism reflects and compounds the racial disparities of the system.
Recidivism is too simple of a measurement for a complex process of desistance.




The huge incarceration rates have a higher impact on the economy. Particularly in low-income areas, crime rates are higher as opposed to middle- to high-class areas, social capital is lost when an individual, especially a youth (in most cases) is incarcerated. When people are incarcerated at a younger age, they tend to lose the capacity to invest in themselves, their families, and their communities. Their children and families become susceptible to the financial burden, which prevents them from escaping the low-income communities. This increases the poverty rate, in spite of the steady economic growth in the country.

For these reasons, we established inmate programs to reduce mass incarceration, which consists of a 4-tier work release program, Known as Operation 360.

Our Program promotes innovation. Operation 360 does things that no other Program does and our results will speak for itself. From our detailed client selection process to the real and very competitive business plan competition to the after-release support structure, every part of our program is carefully designed to provide our men and women the skills to be successful upon release from prison.

The drive to empower innovation carries over to our clients. Most clients are accomplishing objectives that they never thought possible. They see a future with transformation, hope restored and families rebuilt. We encourage our men and women to think differently and embrace their inherent creativity and ability to innovate. Our signature program engages in a series of Shark Tank-style business plan competitions, judged by fortune 5 professionals, investors and leaders. We transform lives through partnership and collaboration—and not just the lives of our clients and their families but of the executive volunteers too. For business leaders, our purpose is to drive deeper meaning into their lives and inspire them to evaluate how they use their influence, money and time. By providing them with competitive volunteer experiences that engage executives’ core competencies the priorities of their hearts and checkbooks transform as they reframe their views and actions toward people with felonies—America’s most stigmatized and undervalued population.
Operation-360°

This program accommodates inmates/successors who exclusively have a high school diploma or a GED. The successor must also have completed an in-prison work trade, geared toward their exit goal. We require a long-running track record of great behavior. This program will educate inmates with the exit tools to live a sustainable and independent life.

The First Tier

The first tier lasts for 3 months. The program covers the following:
  • Getting to know your God given gift
  • Work Trade
  • Ethics, morality, standards and values
  • What Being a Provider Is and How to Become One
  • Time Management
  • Structural Living Training
  • Relationship Focus
  • Proper Work Etiquette
  • Paradigm Awarness and Remolding

Upon completion of these courses, our first-tier graduates who are now the new successors will be presented with a skills certificate for each required course completed. The graduate will be up for early release meanwhile expected to
keep up great behavior and will move on to the next tier.


The Second Tier


This is a 3 Month course given before our new succsesors go out of the country to our 3rd world give more program
The new successor will take up the following courses:

  • Disaster Relief
  • CPR
  • Water Filtering
  • Solar panel Installation
  • Irrigation
 They will also learn about the requirements, rules, policy, and laws of the 3rd world country the successor will soon visit.


The Third Tier

This tier lasts for 2 months. The program encompasses the successor’s consciousness and expression of humility by considering and helping the lives of others who appear worse than theirs.



Under this program, the successor will be transferred to third world countries where they will actively help with humanitarian duties such as making and installation of clean water filtering systems and providing other much-needed resources to the people of the severe poverty area



Additionally, they will relearn and use their trades,  Upon completion of their courses and duties, a graduation ceremony will be held, where the successor is presented
with yet another certificate of completion.

The Fourth Tier

This tier lasts for three months. Under this program, the successor will be migrated to a disclosed and absolutely beautiful area where they will live for three months. They will be exposed to:



  • Business Education

  • Opening a New Business

  • Money Management

  • Credit Management

  • The Stock Market/Investing

  • B2B B2C Relationship Skills

  • Nutrition

  • Meditation

  • Controlled cost of living

  • How to borrow and save money effectively

  •  A Shark Tank Pitch for Start-Up Business Cost to the Winners

  • Other Required Skills for Sustainable Living
  • Union Job placement
  • Employment Placement



During the four-tier work release program, our team in the United States will ensure the families of the successors are relocated and provided with the tools, resources, and information to give them a chance to succeed and thrive. Our belief is that the successor will be given a fresh start in order to have a higher advantage of not going back to the prison in order not to fall victim of the same condition they just experienced.

The goal of this program is to help the majority of inmates who are excited to be out of the prison, but full of anxiety as to what the world has for them. Exposure to other cultures, people, and places will open up the minds of great people. For most inmates, a fresh start and a new beginning is exactly what is needed to become the best people they can become. They need an accommodation, a job, a business, and other rehabilitation to give their lives a meaning again. Typically, life is difficult for the average person, let alone a person who seems to have no future. We want to exterminate recidivism and truly give these people a chance at a new life.
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