CAMP HILL –In partnership with the Department of Corrections (DOC), the Criminal Justice Reform Caucus (CJRC) jointly hosted a special event yesterday highlighting the challenges individuals face when reentering society from prison. Participants completed a Reentry Simulation Program to experience common life situations, according to caucus co-chair, Rep. Sheryl M. Delozier (R-Cumberland). The Reentry Simulation Program is structured for participants to assume the identity of a person newly released from prison. Each participant had a different situation, different income, support and/or responsibilities they dealt with while working to stay out of prison. Participants encountered the same challenges faced by many reentrants as they tried to complete obligations while maintaining their day-to-day life.