By The Myra Loves Show
"The Myra Loves Show" brings in community activists and organizers to discuss and find solutions to widespread issues Saturday, July 14, 2012.
By Regal Literary
Seth Kaufman’s riotous fiction debut is part Jennifer Egan, part Italo Calvino, part "Entourage," and 100% marvelous.
By TLR Publicity & PR
Some say “justice is blind”, but Book Author Forest C. Martin, Sr. might ask the question “Blind to what?” Imagine a teenager, sentenced to LIFE WITHOUT A TRIAL, having to serve nearly a decade in a max security prison
Krusader Publishing agrees to donate all proceeds from ebooks, Kindle books, and Nook books to fund literary & mentoring workshops in Chicago elementary schools, and all physical book sales on Amazon.com & BN.com for fund inmate book clubs.
By Care Plus NJ, Inc.
The Care Plus Foundation has announced the honorees for their 14th annual Courage Awards. This year’s honorees include a national celebrity and other local heroes who have supported children and families affected by crime and incarceration.
By Fathers To Dads, Inc.
Houston nonprofit joins forces with Two-Time Olympic Silver Medal Hurdler Terrence Trammell to encourage a million fathers to sign Million Dads Pledge to become better fathers
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors explore the history of the Nevada State Prison
By TurnKey Corrections
New video visitation solution allowing inmates to visit with friends and family who are at home provided by TurnKey Corrections highlighted by media outlets in the Twin Cities.
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.
By Richard Goddard
Tuesday 24th April 2012 – Central London Take advantage of valuable learning from the organisations testing the principle of a PbR system and understand how this approach will help to reduce re-offending and generate significant savings.
By Oldcastle Precast
Oldcastle Precast offers a unique rear-chase precast concrete prison cell that has the electrical and plumbing fixtures on the back wall and monolithic balconies on the front and rear of the module.
By Dr. Tracy Andrus
This is a must read for ex-convicts, lawmakers, criminologists, and criminal justice students around the world. One of the best books written on prisons, jails and African-Americans.
By My Federal Prison Consultant
Finally, Federal Offenders and their families can take advantage of a Prison Consultant who actually understands the intracies and nuiances of the Federal Prison System. A business where profit is secondary to effective advocacy.
By Mister B.- President
Programs for youth and the prevention of violence gain proactive power. The website, pulsepoppin.com, reveals that there are promising voices inside prison cells challenged to speak on youth empowerment and crime prevention.
By Focus Integrated
An ex-inmate of New Folsom State Prison was caught breaking back into the facility.
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By Chris Dredger
Hostage negotiator, humanitarian and author Terry Waite will be taking part in a ‘chain gang’ walk at HMP Dartmoor this September to raise awareness and funds for the Storybook Dads charity.
By Captain Jack
Jack Campitelli's blog today reported return of Greg Caton to Ecuador
By NorCal Press
Helping inmates get back to society quickly and become a productive human being, in as short a jail time as possible, PrisonCoach.Com offers on location counseling and mental health services.
The criminal justice system is surrounded by misconceptions, especially regarding ‘criminal personalities’ and rehabilitation programs for offenders.
By Children of Promise, NYC
Event Raises Funds and Awareness for Children of Incarcerated Parents
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 Patsco Windshield Repair
Deep cuts in, or the elimination of funding for education, health care, mental health care, re-entry programs, parole, probation, etc. will serve to completely reduce the prison experience to one of gladiator combat and criminal higher education.
By Allison T Moore
Studies show that memoirs have a therapeutic effect on highly stressed individuals. "Life is full of meaningless experiences-until we give each one value with the cost we attach to them.” Allison T Moore
By The Mell Williams, Jr., Van Fundraising Committee
A childhood Polio survivor, now supervisor of the JASA (Jail Alternative to Substance Abuse), Program, survives a stroke and seizure and is honored as Honorary Polk County Deputy by Sheriff Grady Judd, as presented by Chief Bryant Grant.
By gal-friday publicity
This Canada Day author asks Canadians to think about the high price many pay for social justice.
By Writers In Treatment
“40 Years Of Injustice” is an open-to-the-public luncheon at Amistad de Los Angeles. There will be a panel of outspoken legal minds committed to ending the Drug War, to publicize the message that TREATMENT WORKS—INCARCARATION DOESN’T.
By Artisan Marketing Communications
Comments on the Justice Secretary's back down on proposals to halve sentences if defendants plead guilty for use in articles and opinion pieces and news stories
By 99Games Online
An exciting Time Management game puts you in control of a dangerous prison