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By Buzzow
Inmates and their outside supporters, including their attorneys, have long been plagued by the inability to communicate on a level that is current with the times, and at the same time cognizant of the security precautions that institutions must implore...
By TurnKey Corrections
By adding TurnKey Corrections vidoe visitation program the County jail will be able to increase internal efficiency by reducing on-site visitation traffic.
By TurnKey Corrections
TurnKey Corrections provides Wright County, at no cost to the taxpayers, technology that provides inmates more communication avenues. By being able to visit from home and use e-mail, the jail is safer and earns revenue from these enhancements.
By PuckettBrowne Publishing
The book, Escape from the Prison System: Finding the Narrow Door, tells seventeen true stories of prisoners who regained their lives. Forty-three percent discount when sending the book to a prison address: good news for parents and friends.
By CASHBONDONLINE.COM (CBO), the leading provider of cloud-based payment technology to the corrections industry, today announced the availability of the latest version of its innovative SAAS cash bonding solution.
By TurnKey Corrections
TurnKey Corrections brings their kiosk solution to Lawrence County Jail. New technology automates many inmate functions and provides new avenues for friends and family to stay in touch, deposit funds and more.
By TurnKey Corrections
TurnKey Corrections partners with Lincoln County Oregon to provide innovative phone services to jail inmates. Inmates now can receive inbound calls, transfer funds from their trust account and video visit with family and friends on one system.
Calling Plans With a Local Number and 500 Minutes a Month Start as low as $19.95
By Prisoners' Wives, Girlfriends, & Partners (PWGP)
With over 90% of the prison population returning to society and more reentry studies citing the impact of families on recidivism and reintegration, this book seeks to promote healthy dialogue between couples separated by distance and time.
By bLaBbErWoRkS Experience Concepts
INMATEPOSTCARDS.COM has provided a way that inmates, at the Gwinnett County Detention Center in Georgia, can receive photos of their loved ones in compliance with the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department Inmate Mail Procedures.
By Cathleen Jones, Redwood Gospel Mission
The Redwood Gospel Mission has programs that focus on creating healthy relationships with the men and women who are in custody at the county jail.
By Thomas Brence
Annual Roland Roberge Corporate Citizenship Award Given to DSI - ITI, LLC. for Outstanding Business Relationship with New Hampshire Counties.
By Amanda Wilkins
National Prison Coach consults with women, men, juveniles and their families who will soon be incarcerated within the prison system for the first time. They will answer your questions, and offer assurance that you can survive this experience.
By Rich Urban
National Prison Coach consults with women, men, juveniles and their families who will soon be incarcerated within the prison system for the first time. They will answer your questions, and offer assurance that you can survive this experience.
By Allison T Moore
One of the most difficult things for ex-offenders to accomplish when they are released from prison is finding employment and becoming a productive member of society.
By Robin Stover, Federal Prison Consultant
Everything you ever wanted to know about federal prison is in one easy spot. Information on rapes, fights, sex, gangs, work, housing, the Do’s and Don’ts of prison life, and more is now available on one convenient website. It is a click away!
By Prison University Project
San Quentin, CA – A collection of personal essays written in a creative writing workshop by students of the San Quentin College Program provides a venue of communication between people in prison and people outside.
By The Prison Post Office
The Prison Post launches a national awareness campaign to highlight its practical approach of using technology to nurture & cultivate relationships between inmates & their loved ones.
By Michael Frantz
Jail Time Consulting has just released its widely used federal prison handbook, "Jail Time, What you need to know...Before you go to federal prison!" as an immediate downloadable e-book. No more waiting on the U. S. Postal Service. Download today!
By Michael Frantz
The Second Chance Act was signed by President Bush in April of 2008. Well, over eleven months have passed and what has been accomplished? What has changed? What has improved? In actuality, almost nothing! The Second Chance Act is a bust!
By Michael Lee Ford
New book focuses on unusual art of Texas inmate, Michael Lee Ford.
By Geoffrey Mousseau
The Second Chance is a step in the right direction for federal prisoners. Learn all you can by hiring a Federal Prison Consultant.
By Strategic Vision, LLC
Illegal Use Of Cell Phones By Inmates A Growing Problem Demonstration To Be Held On September 9th

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