I found this as a repair a jam kithttp://www.armorconcepts.com/Our-Solutions/FIX-A-JAMB
I have done something similar, when it is just that the frame is chewed up from too many lock changes... I remove the wood in the jam interior, about 1 1/4 inch wide, by about a foot. I then take a section of trex ballaster... this is a brand name of artifical decking, I am using one of the vertical stair railing pieces.... I install it in the space, using long deck screws 3 1/2 inches. if you have 4 inch ones even better.
I then drill out the holes needed for where the lock plates go with a spade bit. I then install the lock plates back on the jam, and check that the door locks still move in and out and lock correctly.
the fix a jamb kits look interesting, I just had the other materials available... they also have a bigger kit, that also reinforces the area around the lock, and the hinge side... but really, if a kick doesn't work, a window is going to be broken out at the next attempt, as they say, the burgler is going for the weakest link...