Pages tagged with Prisoners

Here is a story of cats and prisoners help each other.
The Government is tackling the problem of recidivism, in particular petty offender.
A trip to South Africa's tough and cold former maximum security prison, Robben Island, where struggle icon Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.
This is the story of one female teenager and her boyfriend whom officer Ketchum seemed to run into a lot.
Writing about anything that can’t be neatly labeled is a frustrating experience. What do you call a memoir that has to be fictionalized to protect someone you’re writing about? Is it still a memoir if part of it hasn’t happened yet? If you don’t know how it will end?
The case of one drunk prisoner who made everybody laugh. Cops get to laugh a lot!
The reason why Virgin Mary has such variety of names in Spain or this is, at least, what the legend says.
Two pastors and a deacon were sentenced to 6 years each in isolated prisons for crimes against national security, a ruse for targeting Christians in Iran. Silas Rabbani, Benham Irani, and Matthias Haghnejad will face prison time for their faith.
From Restaurants to Jail, the Steel City is Alive with Ghostly Activity and Paranormal Legends
Here is just one example of Will's experiences with his prisoners.
At one time Britain used the country of Australia as a way to "dispose" of prisoners. At first they use to just kill them, but that was seen as cruel, so they came up with another idea. It was much cheaper for criminals to be shipped to Australia than to be kept, housed, and fed, in ...
In my opinion this was the best movie I watched in 2013 ... Where's that nomination ?
Beautiful, calming and relaxing art should be mandatory in institutions, hospitals and waiting rooms. Art is therapy.
Have you ever noticed what's on the wall in your doctor's waiting room? Does it make you relax, or is it disturbing?
This is the follow up to Lady H and is fiction as well.
Amid the turmoil of teaching in the State Prison my wife and I conceive our first child. What have we gotten ourselves into?
Many young children are affected by the fact that they have one or more parents in prison. The numbers are high, and rising way too fast. Here are some facts we all should be aware of.
Have you ever said "I hate my name" because you though it had a negative feel to it? Well let me share a little funny about mine!
Poetry, sharing experiences and ideas from visiting prisoners in Lehigh County Prison in Allentown, PA.
Billions of dollars and millions of prisoners later, the war on drugs is an abject failure.
This is a short paper I presented as part of my research project many years ago. It provides an in-depth look at the historical, ethical, social, and economic issues surrounding the establishment and maintenance of nineteenth century American correctional institutions.
Working for the NYPD, I am often caught in weird predicaments.
Criminologist Byron R. Johnson has revealed some insightful results for us in his new book, "More God, Less Crime." After analyzing almost 300 case studies regarding crime and religion, his book puts forth an eye-opening conclusion that I will share with you.
A poem about a person that has spent there whole life in the dark chained and so very alone, in the dark never to feel the caress of the wind or the golden kiss from the sunlight above.
A poem about a man falsely accused and imprisoned.
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