Problems Inside Dismas Pre-Release Halfway House Program For Prisoners

Are Continued Management Problems Within Dismas Charities In St. Albans WV Isolated Or Part Of A Larger Picture Within Corporate Headquarters
June 30, 2011 - PRLog -- “It’s our responsibility to keep them (prisoners) from running around and we do a very good job of that. We have strict rules and regulations and we are vigilant about monitoring them… These are the lowest security level prisoners, some who wrote bad checks to some who sold crack cocaine.” Jan Kempf, Dismas Charities Inc 2001

Inmate’s use of illegal drugs has been an ongoing problem at the center since opening. Each person is reportedly drug tested at least once a week. But, approximately 3 to 5 residents fail these tests each month and most are returned back to jail and or prison.

There have also been 5 recent escapes from this facility in the past 30 days… Problems also exist within other Dismas facilities that include bribery, abuse and more.

Dismas Charities Inc. has emerged into one of the largest state and federal corrections industry pre-release programs, with 27 facilities and 9 support offices in 12 states.

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