Saad M. Soliman has been the Reentry Specialist with the U.S. Probation Office in the District of Delaware since June 2013. From October 2012 until June 2013, he worked as a Subject Matter Expert for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Delaware. From June, 2011, to July 2012, he was Weed and Seed Coordinator for the District of Delaware. Mr. Soliman recognized at a young age that his future would include extensive work with the criminal justice system. He is a certified OES Trainer and Facilitator. He is a certified Mapping Trainer and Facilitator, a cognitive behavioral engagement methodology. Mr. Soliman currently serves as a senior team member of the U.S. District Court, District of Delaware’s Reentry Court. He has created programming, based on evidence-based practices, which has helped increase the employment rate of ex-offenders, while reducing the recidivism rate. Mr. Soliman has a unique understanding and insight into the criminal justice system, including typical obstacles and ways to overcome them. Mr. Soliman has innovated and created successful initiatives that are benefitting the U.S. Probation Officers he works alongside with, the U.S. District Court, and the citizens of Delaware. Utilizing this unique and opportune circumstance, Mr. Soliman seeks to assist in positively affecting change in the lives of those re-entering the community to enhance public safety and enrich the communities in which these men and women return.
The Abstracts Of Justice: How One Man's Contribution Is Creating A Way Out For Others