All posts tagged "Inmates"
Why are Some Prisons Banning Inmates From Teaching Themselves to Code?
Ohio and Michigan prisons ban books that aim to teach computer programming skills.
Tennessee Inmates Trading Time in Prison for Birth Control and Vasectomies
The ACLU says the exchange is unconstitutional.
How Do We Solve the Drug Overdose Problem in California Prisons?
Balancing safety procedures with visitors' rights.
Exonerations of Wrongly Accused Hit Record High in 2014
The National Registry of Exonerations found 2014 a record breaking year for exonerations of wrongfully accused inmates.
Why the War on Drugs Takes on a New Form Behind Bars
With barbed wire fences, armed-guard towers, extensive searching by guards, and locked rooms, prisons seem to be a...
Is Rape Part of the Sentence?
In 2011 there were 8,763 allegations of sexual victimization in American prisons, jails and other adult correctional facilities,...