I think there are a number of factors that go into it. I think having good case preparation, more focused programming, better support in the community, good links with community organizations that provide some support for people coming out all bode well for successful reintegration.
It would be a shame if the focus of looking at what specifically went wrong in this case devolved too much into a sense of who's on the board. The quality of the decisions, I think, is varied. Sometimes, back in the day, you had some bad decisions and sometimes today you have some bad decisions, but generally, the quality of the decisions is pretty good and improving.