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  • Communities today grapple with a complex and multifaceted challenge: the reintegration of individuals returning from incarceration. This issue is not merely a local concern; it holds profound implications for public safety at large. Research findings have illuminated the multifaceted nature of the reintegration problem, indicating that it is not a single issue but rather a confluence of various facets that require nuanced and strategic attention.

    One critical dimension of this challenge lies in the evolving composition of individuals reentering our communities. Recent studies have shed light on a diverse array of returning prisoners. This group includes individuals who are encountering the criminal justice system for the first time, as well as those who have experienced multiple cycles of incarceration. Despite the potential access to education and training programs during their time away, these returning individuals often confront formidable obstacles when attempting to reintegrate into society. Their prolonged absence from their communities, coupled with the unique hurdles they face, underscores the necessity for a comprehensive approach to reintegration.

    To effectively navigate these challenges and safeguard public safety while curbing recidivism rates, it is imperative to equip individuals reentering our communities with non-traditional education and vital tools. Enter Operation 360—a pioneering initiative designed to revolutionize the reintegration landscape. Operation 360 leverages innovative methodologies to pursue its overarching mission: the provision of enduring, life-transforming solutions. This mission extends far beyond the boundaries of U.S. communities; it reaches out to the impoverished villages of third-world countries, where the crushing impact of extreme poverty is acutely felt.

    In recognition of the inherent limitations of relying solely on recidivism as a barometer of success, the criminal justice sector has undergone a transformative shift in its approach. There is now a growing consensus that recidivism, while informative, cannot comprehensively gauge the efficacy of community corrections, individual interventions, or community well-being. This acknowledgment stems from several noteworthy shortcomings associated with recidivism as an outcome indicator. These include its propensity to reflect the intricacies of the justice system itself, its contribution to the perpetuation of racial disparities, and its oversimplification of a complex process—one that encompasses elements of resistance and resilience.

    In conclusion, tackling the multifaceted challenge of reintegration necessitates a holistic and innovative approach exemplified by Operation 360. It is imperative to recognize the multidimensional nature of this issue and to unite in our efforts to provide enduring solutions. Our collective mission is not only to bolster public safety but also to uplift communities, both domestically and across the globe, in their journey toward lasting transformation.




Communities worldwide grapple with the formidable challenge of reintegrating individuals released from prison back into society. This complex issue defies easy solutions, primarily because these offenders have been separated from their communities for extended periods, facing substantial hurdles in accessing the resources essential for a successful transition.

In response to this pressing concern, a recent and transformative initiative known as Operation 360 has emerged. This endeavor is dedicated to addressing the multifaceted challenges faced by individuals returning to their communities after incarceration. Operation 360 pioneers innovative methods of support and education, with a resolute commitment to providing life-changing solutions. Its overarching goal is to empower these individuals to become not only self-sufficient but also contributing members of society, effectively breaking the cycle of recidivism.

Historically, the criminal justice system has heavily relied on recidivism rates as a primary measure of success in evaluating reintegration programs. However, a growing awareness of the limitations inherent in this approach has prompted a shift in perspective. The use of recidivism as the sole outcome indicator has several significant drawbacks. It often reflects the intricacies and biases of the justice system itself, and in some cases, it compounds racial disparities within the system. As such, there is a growing consensus that alternative forms of measurement are essential to gain a more accurate understanding of the effectiveness of programs and interventions designed to assist individuals in their journey to reintegrate successfully into their communities.

The challenge of reintegration, especially for the formerly incarcerated, is indeed a complex and deeply impactful issue that necessitates innovative solutions. Operation 360 stands at the forefront of this endeavor, recognizing the need to break away from conventional approaches and embrace comprehensive, forward-thinking strategies. By doing so, we can facilitate not only the successful reintegration of individuals into their communities but also contribute to the broader goal of fostering safer, more inclusive societies for all.

The First Tier

This First tier is in Collaboration with our Partners Love on Purpose, Neighborhood Legal Services, Career Dreams, and All Nations The first tier lasts for 3-4 Weeks. This program covers the following:

  • Solar Panel installation training
  • Cultural Education of Uganda and Ghana, Africa              
  • Getting to know your God-given gift 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 Awareness and Remolding
  •  Spiritual awareness
  • Mental health Help and awareness

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 able to move on to the next tier


The Second Tier
This is a 1 Month course, 
The new successor will take up the following courses:
  • Irrigation Training
  • Construction Training
  • Paradigm Shifting
  •  Self Control Grasp
  • How to attain Financial Security 3rd world
  • Understanding and Americas Advantage

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 3 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
  •  Renewable energy, solar panel installation
  •  Creating better Choices
  • All Humanitarian duties will be administered
  • Business Administration Course
  • Creation of Business's plans
  • Meditation
  •  Cultural Awareness

 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 (crypto/ Bitcoin etc.
  • B2B / B2C Relationship SkillsNutrition Meditation
  • Real Estate
  • Controlled cost of living
  •  Know how to borrow and save money effectively?
  •  A Shark Tank Pitch for Start-Up Business Award to the Winners
  •  Other Required Skills for Sustainable Living Union
  •  Employment Placement

Throughout the four-stage work release initiative, our U.S.-based team is committed to relocating the families of participants and equipping them with the necessary tools, resources, and knowledge to foster their success and growth. We are dedicated to offering each participant a new beginning, significantly increasing their chances of avoiding a return to incarceration and preventing them from encountering the same adversities they have recently overcome

Putting inmates back into society can be incredibly daunting for them. After spending a period of time in prison, returning to the outside world can be overwhelming and many are filled with anxiety as to what the future has in store for them. Operation 360° aims to help those leaving prison make a successful transition. We prioritize exposing individuals to different cultures and people, so they can open their minds up to new possibilities. With a clean slate, they have an opportunity to become the best version of themselves that they can be. To give these individuals a chance at success, Operation 360° provides meaningful work opportunities that will enable them to take care of themselves and their family members. We also encourage inclusion in activities that create positive change in the world, along with mentorship and other rehabilitation services designed to give their lives renewed purpose and direction. We are committed to eliminating recidivism by giving individuals a fighting chance at forging a new life for themselves. It's not easy starting from scratch but we want them to know that there is hope for the future.
The reentry of former inmates into society can be an incredibly challenging experience. Having spent time behind bars, the adjustment to life on the outside can be fraught with stress and uncertainty about their futures. At Operation 360°, our mission is to facilitate a smoother reintegration for those exiting the correctional system. We emphasize cultural and social exposure, enabling them to explore new perspectives and opportunities. This fresh beginning offers them a chance to redefine themselves. To assist in their journey towards stability, Operation 360° offers valuable employment options, ensuring they can sustain themselves and their families. We also promote participation in initiatives aimed at making a positive societal impact, coupled with mentorship and various rehabilitative programs to infuse their lives with a sense of purpose and direction. Our dedication lies in reducing the cycle of re-offense by empowering these individuals to build a new, constructive life. Starting anew is challenging, but we are devoted to instilling a sense of optimism and possibility for their futures.