PrisonersGame Theory: Theoretical construct used in applied mathematics to analyze certain situations in which there is an interplay between parties that may have similar, opposed, or mixed interests. In a typical game, decision-making "players," who each have their own goals, try to gain advantage over the other parties by anticipating each other's decisions; the game is finally resolved as a consequence of the players' decisions.Prisoners of War: Members held prisoner of the armed forces, members of militias of such armed forces, members of other militias, members of other volunteer corps, and organized resistance movements. (Geneva Convention of 1929 and 1949)Tattooing: The indelible marking of TISSUES, primarily SKIN, by pricking it with NEEDLES to imbed various COLORING AGENTS. Tattooing of the CORNEA is done to colorize LEUKOMA spots.Forensic Psychiatry: Psychiatry in its legal aspects. This includes criminology, penology, commitment of mentally ill, the psychiatrist's role in compensation cases, the problems of releasing information to the court, and of expert testimony.Cooperative Behavior: The interaction of two or more persons or organizations directed toward a common goal which is mutually beneficial. An act or instance of working or acting together for a common purpose or benefit, i.e., joint action. (From Random House Dictionary Unabridged, 2d ed)Aspirations (Psychology): Strong desires to accomplish something. This usually pertains to greater values or high ideals.Torture: The intentional infliction of physical or mental suffering upon an individual or individuals, including the torture of animals.Crime: A violation of the criminal law, i.e., a breach of the conduct code specifically sanctioned by the state, which through its administrative agencies prosecutes offenders and imposes and administers punishments. The concept includes unacceptable actions whether prosecuted or going unpunished.Social Determinants of Health: The circumstances in which people are born, grow up, live, work, and age, as well as the systems put in place to deal with illness. These circumstances are in turn shaped by a wider set of forces: economics, social policies, and politics (http://www.cdc.gov/socialdeterminants/).Mandatory Testing: Testing or screening required by federal, state, or local law or other agencies for the diagnosis of specified conditions. It is usually limited to specific populations such as categories of health care providers, members of the military, and prisoners or to specific situations such as premarital examinations or donor screening.Criminal Law: A branch of law that defines criminal offenses, regulates the apprehension, charging and trial of suspected persons, and fixes the penalties and modes of treatment applicable to convicted offenders.Punishment: The application of an unpleasant stimulus or penalty for the purpose of eliminating or correcting undesirable behavior.Criminals: Persons who have committed a crime or have been convicted of a crime.Altruism: Consideration and concern for others, as opposed to self-love or egoism, which can be a motivating influence.Concentration Camps: Facilities in which WARFARE or political prisoners are confined.Human Rights: The rights of the individual to cultural, social, economic, and educational opportunities as provided by society, e.g., right to work, right to education, and right to social security.Games, Experimental: Games designed to provide information on hypotheses, policies, procedures, or strategies.New South Wales: A state in southeastern Australia. Its capital is Sydney. It was discovered by Captain Cook in 1770 and first settled at Botany Bay by marines and convicts in 1788. It was named by Captain Cook who thought its coastline resembled that of South Wales. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p840 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p377)Substance-Related Disorders: Disorders related to substance abuse.Military Medicine: The practice of medicine as applied to special circumstances associated with military operations.Buddhism: The teaching ascribed to Gautama Buddha (ca. 483 B.C.) holding that suffering is inherent in life and that one can escape it into nirvana by mental and moral self-purification. (Webster, 3d ed)Mental Disorders: Psychiatric illness or diseases manifested by breakdowns in the adaptational process expressed primarily as abnormalities of thought, feeling, and behavior producing either distress or impairment of function.World War II: Global conflict involving countries of Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America that occurred between 1939 and 1945.Substance Abuse, Intravenous: Abuse, overuse, or misuse of a substance by its injection into a vein.Prevalence: The total number of cases of a given disease in a specified population at a designated time. It is differentiated from INCIDENCE, which refers to the number of new cases in the population at a given time.Human Experimentation: The use of humans as investigational subjects.Methadone: A synthetic opioid that is used as the hydrochloride. It is an opioid analgesic that is primarily a mu-opioid agonist. It has actions and uses similar to those of MORPHINE. (From Martindale, The Extra Pharmacopoeia, 30th ed, p1082-3)Korean War: An armed conflict between Communist and non-Communist forces in Korea from June 25, 1950, to July 27, 1953. The parties included United Nations forces from 15 member nations under United States command against military from North Korea and the Peoples Republic of China.Harm Reduction: The application of methods designed to reduce the risk of harm associated with certain behaviors without reduction in frequency of those behaviors. The risk-associated behaviors include ongoing and active addictive behaviors.War: Hostile conflict between organized groups of people.Antisocial Personality Disorder: A personality disorder whose essential feature is a pervasive pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others that begins in childhood or early adolescence and continues into adulthood. The individual must be at least age 18 and must have a history of some symptoms of CONDUCT DISORDER before age 15. (From DSM-IV, 1994)Democratic People's Republic of Korea: A country located on the Korean Peninsula whose capital is Pyongyang. The country was established September 9, 1948.Queensland: A state in northeastern Australia. Its capital is Brisbane. Its coast was first visited by Captain Cook in 1770 and its first settlement (penal) was located on Moreton Bay in 1824. The name Cooksland was first proposed but honor to Queen Victoria prevailed. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p996 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p441)Mentally Ill Persons: Persons with psychiatric illnesses or diseases, particularly psychotic and severe mood disorders.Heroin Dependence: Strong dependence, both physiological and emotional, upon heroin.HIV Infections: Includes the spectrum of human immunodeficiency virus infections that range from asymptomatic seropositivity, thru AIDS-related complex (ARC), to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).Ethics, Medical: The principles of professional conduct concerning the rights and duties of the physician, relations with patients and fellow practitioners, as well as actions of the physician in patient care and interpersonal relations with patient families.National Socialism: The doctrines and policies of the Nazis or the National Social German Workers party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. These doctrines and policies included racist nationalism, expansionism, and state control of the economy. (from Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. and American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d ed.)Holocaust: A massive slaughter, especially the systematic mass extermination of European Jews in Nazi concentration camps prior to and during World War II.Vulnerable Populations: Groups of persons whose range of options is severely limited, who are frequently subjected to COERCION in their DECISION MAKING, or who may be compromised in their ability to give INFORMED CONSENT.Police: Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.Capital Punishment: The use of the death penalty for certain crimes.England

*  PRISONERS - Bloody Disgusting!
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*  Video: Gitmo prisoners move to Illinois
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*  4517.0 - Prisoners in Australia, 2000
... and on the type of prisoner (all prisoners, sentenced prisoners, and unsentenced prisoners (remandees).. Prior to the 2000 ... Contains national information on prisoners who were in custody on 30 June each year. The statistics are derived from ... A range of information is also presented on prisoner characteristics (age, sex, Indigenous status) ...
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*  4517.0 - Prisoners in Australia, 2011
At 30 June 2011, the national imprisonment rate was 167 prisoners per 100,000 adult population, down from 172 prisoners per ... Contents >> Prisoner characteristics, Australia >> IMPRISONMENT RATES IMPRISONMENT RATES. ... Prisoner numbers drop for the first time in a decade (Media Release) ...
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*  Female prisoners get fewer calories | chronicle.augusta.com
Female prisoners get fewer calories. By Morris News Service. ATLANTA - Female inmates in Georgia's state prisons have a lot ... In late summer, the Depart-ment of Corrections reduced by nearly 20 percent the number of calories female prisoners can have on ...
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*  Prisoner Voting Ban: MPs To Debate Again
They will be votes for prisoners who have been imprisoned for four years or less, votes for prisoners who have been imprisoned ... Prisoner Voting Ban: MPs To Debate Again. MPs will be given another chance to vote on whether criminals should have their ... David Cameron told the Commons last month: "I do not want prisoners to have the vote, and they should not get the vote - I am ... MPs are to be given another say on whether to give prisoners the vote, as the deadline for Britain to comply with a ...
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*  Fate of Prisoners After Israeli Exit Yet to Be Settled - latimes
Fate of Prisoners After Israeli Exit Yet to Be Settled. Some Lebanese have been held more than a decade. Scores have never been ... The prisoners have been locked away for years, in many cases for more than a decade, and those in southern Lebanon have never ... In the past, Israel has argued that it bears no responsibility for the prisoners held by its militia, the South Lebanon Army, ... But that didn't apply to the 11 Lebanese prisoners who have been convicted in Israel of various security offenses.
http://articles.latimes.com/2000/may/13/news/mn-29586
*  Guantanamo prisoner urges release of BBC reporter | Reuters
A TV cameraman held prisoner for years at the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has issued an impassioned plea for the ... A television cameraman held prisoner for years at the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has issued an impassioned plea ... MIAMI (Reuters) - A TV cameraman held prisoner for years at the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has issued an ...
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*  Timothy H. O'Sullivan | Confederate Prisoners at Belle Plain, May 12 | The Met
Confederate Prisoners at Belle Plain, May 12. Artist:. Timothy H. O'Sullivan (American, born Ireland, 1840-1882). Former ... Camp of Confederate Prisoners at Belle Plain, May 12, 1863 Artist: Timothy H. O'Sullivan (American, born Ireland, 1840-1882) ...
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*  Incarceration - Psychology Wiki
... Wikia. Psychology journals. Edit this Page. Changes: Incarceration Edit. edit. ← Older edit. edit. Incarceration rates, when measured by the United Nations, are considered distinct and separate from the imprisonment of political prisoners and others not charged with a specific crime. On the other hand, those who favor rehabilitation argue that by trying to change a criminal's behavior, recidivism rates can be reduced, and both the criminal and society can benefit from improvement. Or put another way, except perhaps for crimes of passion, people do not offend against people they know well. Penology and justice studies emphasize description and analysis of antecedents of criminal behavior and outcomes of consequences imposed by criminal justice on the criminal behavior. The United States has 5% of the world's population and 25% of the world's incarcerated population. Ireland has the lowest prison population with 3417 prisoners incarcerated. India has the lowest incarceration rates with only ...
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*  Positive Women Prisoners Speak Out - TheBody.com
... . Advertisement. 0 Email. Print-Friendly. Glossary. PDF. Positive Women Prisoners Speak Out By Judy Greenspan, HIV in Prison Committee From Positively Aware. July/August 2001. On October 11 and 12, 2000, women prisoners finally got the opportunity to tell state legislators about the abuse and neglect that they are suffering inside. The HIV in Prison Committee, along with other Bay Area prisoner advocacy groups, participated in and helped to organize the October 11 hearing, which focused primarily on exposing the crisis in care at two of California's women's prisons: the Central California Women's Facility CCWF, and Valley State Prison for Women VSPW. On October 11, HIP along with a coalition of other organizations including Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, Justice NOW and the California Coalition for Women Prisoners attended and gave testimony at a legislative hearing held inside. This hearing was called by Senator Richard Polanco's Joint Committee on Prison ...
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*  Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, S... : Journal of Addiction Medicine
... Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, S... A A You could be reading the full-text of this article now if you... If you have access to this article through your institution, you can view this article in. Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, Substance Use–Related Health Consequences, and Health Care Utilization Redmond, Nicole MD, PhD, MPH; Hicks, LeRoi S. MD, MA, MPH; Saitz, Richard MD, MPH. The 3 main outcomes of this study were any traumatic injury, substance use–related health consequences, and health care utilization—defined as hospitalization excluding addiction treatment or detoxification and/or emergency department visit. Results: Recent incarceration was not significantly associated with traumatic injury adjusted odds ratio = 0.98; 95% confidence interval : 0.65-1.49 or health care utilization AOR = 0.88; 95% CI: 0.64-1.20. However, recent incarceration was associated with higher odds for substance use–related health consequences AOR = 1.42; 95% CI: ...
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*  Court Gives California Two Years to Lower Prison Population
... Published on Correctional News http://www.correctionalnews.com Home Court Gives California Two Years to Lower Prison Population Court Gives California Two Years to Lower Prison Population. Court Gives California Two Years to Lower Prison Population. 10, a three-judge panel approved the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation s proposal for a two-year extension to Feb. 28, 2016 to reduce the state s prison population to 137.5 percent capacity. On April 11, 2013, the three-judge panel had issued Gov. Brown a strict deadline to reduce the number of inmates in the state s 33 correctional facilities to 137.5 percent capacity by December 2013. That deadline was extended month after month until both Gov. 23, 2014 that the parties believe are best suited to achieve durable compliance with this court s orders to maintain a prison population of no more than 137.5 percent capacity, according to a statement from the panel. The judges had opened that joint statement by calling attention to the fact ...
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*  Positive Women Prisoners Speak Out - TheBody.com
... Positive Women Prisoners Speak Out By Judy Greenspan, HIV in Prison Committee July/August 2001. On October 11 and 12, 2000, women prisoners finally got the opportunity to tell state legislators about the abuse and neglect that they are suffering inside. The HIV in Prison Committee, along with other Bay Area prisoner advocacy groups, participated in and helped to organize the October 11 hearing, which focused primarily on exposing the crisis in care at two of California's women's prisons: the Central California Women's Facility CCWF, and Valley State Prison for Women VSPW. On October 11, HIP along with a coalition of other organizations including Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, Justice NOW and the California Coalition for Women Prisoners attended and gave testimony at a legislative hearing held inside. This hearing was called by Senator Richard Polanco's Joint Committee on Prison Construction and Operations in response to serious allegations of abuse and medical ...
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*  Findings: - Everything2.com
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*  Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, S... : Journal of Addiction Medicine
... Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, S... A A You could be reading the full-text of this article now if you... If you have access to this article through your institution, you can view this article in. Association of Recent Incarceration With Traumatic Injury, Substance Use–Related Health Consequences, and Health Care Utilization Redmond, Nicole MD, PhD, MPH; Hicks, LeRoi S. MD, MA, MPH; Saitz, Richard MD, MPH. The 3 main outcomes of this study were any traumatic injury, substance use–related health consequences, and health care utilization—defined as hospitalization excluding addiction treatment or detoxification and/or emergency department visit. Results: Recent incarceration was not significantly associated with traumatic injury adjusted odds ratio = 0.98; 95% confidence interval : 0.65-1.49 or health care utilization AOR = 0.88; 95% CI: 0.64-1.20. However, recent incarceration was associated with higher odds for substance use–related health consequences AOR = 1.42; 95% CI: ...
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*  Urban Dictionary: penitentiary
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*  Stateville Penitentiary Malaria Study
... The 'Stateville Penitentiary malaria study' was a controlled study of the effects of malaria on the prisoners of Stateville Penitentiary near Joliet, Illinois in the 1940s. The study was conducted by the Department of Medicine at the University of Chicago in conjunction with the United States Army and the State Department. The study is notable for its impacts on the Nuremberg Medical Trial and subsequent medical experimentation on prisoners. Malaria Malaria Research Project Nuremberg medical trial Effect on prisoner experimentation See also References External links. The Malaria Research Project was primarily conducted on a floor of the prison hospital in the Stateville Penitentiary. Malaria research continued at Stateville Penitentiary for 29 years. Nuremberg medical trial. Green appointed Ivy to be chair of the committee and, though the committee never met, it produced the Green report. The report justified the experimentation on the Stateville prisoners. Ivy's testimony at the ...
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*  Experimentation on prisoners
... 1 Research involving prisoners is still conducted today 2, but prisoners are now one of the most highly protected groups of human subjects. "OHRP Guidance on the Involvement of Prisoners in Research", http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/humansubjects/guidance/prisoner.htm. Requirements of research involving prisoners Prisoner consent Historical abuses Ancient history. Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. United States. Germany and German-occupied territory. Requirements of research involving prisoners. Prisoner consent. Prisoners can consent, 3 although their consent cannot be said to be completely voluntary, due to their compromised and dependant status. Historical abuses. Ancient history. 4 Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. In Japan, Unit 731, located near Harbin Manchukuo, experimented with prisoner vivisection, dismemberment and induced epidemics on a very large scale from 1932 onward through the Second Sino-Japanese war. After the war, Supreme commander ...
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*  Inmates
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*  • Percentage of U.S. local jail inmate fatalities in 2009 by age| Statistic
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*  American Former Prisoners of War - Veterans
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*  Female Prisoners Judicial Caning Video Clips
... Sign In Sign-Up. Close. Close. female prisoners judicial caning video clips Malaysian Corporal Punishment – Caning |. Large collection of video clips relating to corporal punishment. ON THIS PAGE: Domestic CP 17 clips Fun/Fraternity/Folklore CP 20 clips Illicit CP 22 clips Singapore Female Comprehensive factual survey of judicial corporal punishment by caning in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei: history, legislation, current practice, photographs, first-person accounts Prison halfway house sacramento ca. Birthday spankings stories. birthday spankings, real life spankings by husbands, maintenance spankings, hard daughter spankings, parents giving kids good old fashioned. Fan fiction male to female transformation. Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a Southeast Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, north of the equator, Hari Raya Bazaar. CORPORAL PUNISHMENT VIDEO CLIPS. caning,. WORLD CORPORAL PUNISHMENT RESEARCH:. Birthday spankings stories. maintenance. ...
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*  United States Penitentiary, Lee
... The 'United States Penitentiary, Lee USP Lee ' is a high-security United States federal prison for male inmates in Virginia. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. USP Lee is located in the Lee County Industrial Park an unincorporated area in Lee County, Virginia, " ." Federal Bureau of Prisons. Retrieved on January 3, 2012. "USP LEE U.S. PENITENTIARY LEE COUNTY INDUSTRIAL PARK HICKORY FLATS ROAD PENNINGTON GAP, VA 24277" in the southwest part of the state. Route 58 at the intersection of State Route 638, near Pennington Gap and 8mi east of Jonesville. " ." Federal Bureau of Prisons. Retrieved on January 3, 2012. "USP Lee is located in southwest Virginia in Lee County, 8 miles east of Jonesville, off U.S. 58 at the intersection of State Route 638.". History Notable incidents Notable inmates current and former Organized crime. According to project manager Gary Carsten of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the main recurring problem of the ...
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*  Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS), 2001
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001. Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001 ICPSR 29201 Principal Investigator s : Farabee, David, University of California-Los Angeles Summary: The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among graduates of prison-based substance abuse treatment programs, and 2 specifying an appropriate level of care residential, outpatient, or self-help groups. more info The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among ...
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*  Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS), 2001
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001. Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001 ICPSR 29201 Principal Investigator s : Farabee, David, University of California-Los Angeles Summary: The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among graduates of prison-based substance abuse treatment programs, and 2 specifying an appropriate level of care residential, outpatient, or self-help groups. more info The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among ...
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*  Dealing With 'Root Causes' To Tackle Incarceration Rates | 91.5 KIOS-FM
Dealing With Root Causes To Tackle Incarceration Rates. 91.5 KIOS-FM. skip to main content NEWS, JAZZ, AND SO MUCH MORE. Site Menu. Donate. Menu. Home. Programs. Schedule. Noon Forum. Special Programs. Student Productions. Omaha Public Radio News. Music. Music Programs. Music News and Events. Search Playlists. Support. Individual Giving. KIOS MemberCard. Donate Your Car. Leadership Circle. Underwriting. Events Calendar. About KIOS. Staff Directory. Contact Us. Generation Listen. Search. Menu. Home. Programs. Schedule. Noon Forum. Special Programs. Student Productions. Omaha Public Radio News. Music. Music Programs. Music News and Events. Search Playlists. Support. Individual Giving. KIOS MemberCard. Donate Your Car. Leadership Circle. Underwriting. Events Calendar. About KIOS. Staff Directory. Contact Us. Generation Listen. Search. Listen Live KIOS. Our streaming audio is currently down. We are aware of the issue and working to fix it. Dealing With Root Causes To Tackle Incarceration Rates By editor. Mar 2, ...
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*  Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS), 2001
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001. Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001 ICPSR 29201 Principal Investigator s : Farabee, David, University of California-Los Angeles Summary: The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among graduates of prison-based substance abuse treatment programs, and 2 specifying an appropriate level of care residential, outpatient, or self-help groups. more info The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among ...
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*  Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS), 2001
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001. Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies CJ-DATS : Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS, 2001 ICPSR 29201 Principal Investigator s : Farabee, David, University of California-Los Angeles Summary: The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among graduates of prison-based substance abuse treatment programs, and 2 specifying an appropriate level of care residential, outpatient, or self-help groups. more info The UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs ISAP, in conjunction with Texas Christian University, the University of Kentucky, and Brown University, proposes to develop and test the Inmate Pre-Release Assessment IPASS as a method of 1 prioritizing aftercare treatment need among ...
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*  Prisoner support
Many programs devoted to this purpose have quite limited resources; for instance, Nottingham Black Prisoner Support, with one staff worker, had 297 active cases in 1999. 1 Black Prisoner Support groups such as Partners of Prisoners have sought to establish productive working relationships with prison staff. 2 South Carolina 's Alston Wilkes Society is the largest statewide prison support organization in the United States, with a budget of $918,000 and a staff of 50. It operates two halfway house s, arbitrates prisoner grievances, maintains a youth home, helps ex-inmates find work, and provides social services to prisoners' families. 3 There are many special-interest prison support groups such as the Out of Control Lesbian Committee to Support Women in Prison. Some political movements find it to be in their interests to provide prisoner supports; Break the Chains argues, "Any movement that does not support its political internees is a movement destined to fail. In order to avoid defeat, ...
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*  Life imprisonment in the Netherlands
... since the abolition of the death penalty in the netherlands in life imprisonment has almost always meant imprisonment until death though the prisoner can appeal for pardon it must be granted by royal decree since the s only two such pardons have been successful both being terminally ill since criminals excluding war criminals have been sentenced to life imprisonment there has been a noticeable increase of life imprisonment sentences being given in the last decade and more than triple the number of life imprisonment sentences in the last few years than the previous decades due to the strict nature of the sentence most common murders result in a sentence of around to years the judicial panel always composed of three members is not able to award sentences of longer than years imprisonment for manslaughter alone so not combined with other facts constituting an offence so if malice aforethought has not been proven a criminal will never receive a sentence of longer than years the only life sentence for a ...
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*  The German Spring Reprisals of 1917: Prisoners of War and the Violence of the Western Front
... MWP Articles. View Item. Show simple item record. This article explores one such sequence of collective reprisals, instigated by the German army in spring 1917, when it opted deliberately to use British and French prisoners of war to carry out forced labour on starvation rations under shellfire in the German trenches. As this article shows, this German reprisal occurred in retaliation for the British and French armies' use of German prisoner labourers, in particular, the French army's appalling treatment of German prisoners forced to work on the Verdun battlefield. The German army's use of harsh prisoner reprisals on the Eastern Front in 1916 is also revealed here as the model for these 1917 reprisals. Ultimately, this article contends that the 1917 reprisal action was successful: reprisal prisoners were encouraged to write home about their predicament, leading to public pressure upon the British and French governments that forced them to agree to limit their use of German prisoner ...
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*  Some Trends in Imprisonment - Sociological Images
... About TSP Features Editor s Desk Roundtables Changing Lenses Clippings Office Hours Discoveries Teaching TSP There s Research On That. Council on Contemporary Families Scholars Strategy Network Contexts. A Backstage Sociologist Cyborgology Dispatches from a New Dean Economic Sociology Education Society Families as They Really Are Feminist Reflections Girl w/ Pen Give Methods A Chance Graphic Sociology New Books in Sociology Public Criminology Sexuality Society Sociological Eye Sociological Images Sociology Improv Sociology Lens Sociology Source The Color Line ThickCulture. Toggle navigation. Blog. Pinterest. For Instructors. About SocImages. Blog. Pinterest. For Instructors. About SocImages. Some Trends in Imprisonment. Lisa Wade, PhD on July 27, 2008. Did you know that the U.S. has a higher imprisonment rate than even Russia? And the U.S. imprisonment rate is about six times that of many European countries.. This first figure was made by Kieran Healy. When and how did this happen? It started in the ...
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*  Piracy Prisoner Transfer Programme
... Adoption of missing legislative provisions to complete the Somali counter-piracy laws, including a law organizing transfer of persons found guilty of acts of piracy in third prosecuting countries and a correctional law; Construction of two prisons in Puntland and Somaliland; Monitoring of detention conditions; Development of social reintegration programmes. The transfer of convicted pirates to the Somali region, coupled with the setting up vocational training programmes, as acknowledged in the report, aims to foster the prisoners' rehabilitation and subsequent reintegration into society. As a result of UNODC assistance, Somaliland and Puntland passed the following laws:. Law on Transfer of Convicted Prisoners of the State of Puntland - 15 November 2012. Amendment of Law on Transfer of Convicted Prisoners of the State of Puntland 17 November 2012. Creating physical prison capacity by constructing or refurbishing correctional facilities to meet international detention standards; ...
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*  List of inmates of United States Penitentiary, Atlanta
... This is a list of notable current and former inmates of the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta. Inmates who were released from custody prior to 1982 are not listed on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website. width=12% Inmate Name. width=8% Register Number. width=28% Status. width=52% Details. Boss of the Philadelphia crime family from 1981 to 1988; convicted in 1988 of racketeering conspiracy crime. At USP Atlanta from 1910 to 1920 and from 1936 to 1946. Founder of the Morello crime family in New York City, convicted of counterfeiting in 1910; returned to prison in 1936 for racketeering ; suspect in numerous Mafia -related murders. Released from custody in 1978 after serving 6 years. Associate of the Lucchese crime family in New York City; Burke and fellow associate Henry Hill were convicted of extortion in 1972; Burke is the suspected mastermind of the 1978 Lufthansa Heist, in which nearly $6 million in cash and jewels were stolen at JFK Airport. Associate of the Lucchese crime family in New York ...
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*  Song Of The Prisoner Testo Gang
... Song Of The Prisoner Testo. Leonardo.it Testi Sanremo. Testi dance. Testi soundtracks. Traduzione testi. Contattaci. Angolotesti. Testo Song Of The Prisoner Home >. Gang. > Song Of The Prisoner Ed Sheeran presenterà gli MTV EMA 2015 a Milano. Guarda il video di "Song Of The Prisoner". Scarica la suoneria di Song Of The Prisoner. Far away from my home I'm holdin' three diamonds in the left throught days that return and every night I sleep near a ravine I'm stanger in rooms where snakes crakes crawl along the wall You can sing the song of the prisoner You can under a leaden sky but it's not enough now wen the lightning stroke I stole wild strings and a brand new hat to the gypsy of the turkish bath and with my back to the wall I sang the prophecy of the outlaw "nobody will fall except for the gouvernements" You can sing the song of the prisoner You can under a leaden sky but it's not enough now As a rebel I'll blind the medals of the beggar As a rebel I'll lame any strategy of escape But I know that the ...
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*  Dealing With 'Root Causes' To Tackle Incarceration Rates | KWIT
He was secretary of corrections by the time he left in 2010 and by that time Pennsylvania had more than 50,000 people in its prisons. Jeffrey Beard is now secretary of corrections and rehabilitation in the state of California. We began our war on drugs, starting locking up people who used drugs and sold drugs for longer and longer periods of time. And so today, the prison populations around the country have been driven largely by the fact that we have locked up more and more less serious offenders and we have locked up offenders for longer periods of time. First of all, you're taking people out of the communities, you're sending them away into the prisons for many, many years. BEARD: What you have to do is look at who's going to the prison system in the first place, and about 70 percent of the people who go into prisons have a substance abuse problem. So instead of sending those people with substance abuse problems into the prison system, if we instead did a better job of providing substance abuse treatment ...
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*  The World's Best Photos of prisoner and restraint - Flickr Hive Mind
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*  Prisoners (Medical Services) (Hansard, 9 February 2001)
Prisoners Medical Services Hansard, 9 February 2001. Search Help. HANSARD 1803 2005. 2000s. 2001. February 2001. 9 February 2001. Written Answers Commons. HOME DEPARTMENT. Prisoners Medical Services. HC Deb 09 February 2001 vol 362 cc737-8W 737W. Mr. Laurence Robertson To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what estimate he has made of the number of prisoners who suffer from mental health problems; what services are available to help them; what funding is provided for their treatment; and if he will make a statement. 738W. Mr. Boateng A survey of psychiatric morbidity among prisoners in England and Wales, undertaken in 1997 by the Office for National Statistics for the Department of Health, showed that around 90 per cent. of prisoners sampled displayed evidence of at least one of the five disorders personality disorder, psychosis, neurosis, alcohol misuse and drug dependence considered in the survey. Prisoners who need in-patient treatment for mental ...
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*  Watch Prisoner Cell Block H (1979) Online Free - PrimeWire | 1Channel - Season 1 and Episode 407
Watch Prisoner Cell Block H 1979 Online Free - PrimeWire. 1Channel - Season 1 and Episode 407. Watch Featured Movies. Prisoner Cell Block H 1979 > Season 1 > Episode 407. Prisoner Cell Block H: This Australian series has, after 692 episodes, received cult status all over the world. Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Prisoner Cell Block H Links. Next Episode >>. Version 1. 8824 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 2. 11650 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 3. 16130 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 4. 3 views Report Broken Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Version 5. 0 views Report Broken Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Sponsored Content Similar to Prisoner Cell Block H Freeway 1996. Prisoner Cell Block H Tags Accident Angel Dust Baby Killer Bash Bashing Bigamy Booze Burn To Death Burned To Death Cannabis Cocaine Cult Favorite Drug Dealer Drug Smuggling Drug Use Ex Convict Explosion Female Convict Fire Friendship Heroin Addict Homicide Homosexuality Hospital Hypnotic ...
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*  Watch Prisoner Cell Block H (1979) Online Free - PrimeWire | 1Channel - Season 1 and Episode 278
Watch Prisoner Cell Block H 1979 Online Free - PrimeWire. 1Channel - Season 1 and Episode 278. Watch Featured Movies. Prisoner Cell Block H 1979 > Season 1 > Episode 278. Prisoner Cell Block H: This Australian series has, after 692 episodes, received cult status all over the world. Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Prisoner Cell Block H Links. Version 1. 14323 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 2. 2387 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 3. 9539 views Report Broken Currently 5.00/5. 1 votes. Version 4. 1 views Report Broken Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Version 5. 1 views Report Broken Currently 0.00/5. 0 votes. Sponsored Content Similar to Prisoner Cell Block H Blow 2001. Prisoner Cell Block H Tags Accident Angel Dust Baby Killer Bash Bashing Bigamy Booze Burn To Death Burned To Death Cannabis Cocaine Cult Favorite Drug Dealer Drug Smuggling Drug Use Ex Convict Explosion Female Convict Fire Friendship Heroin Addict Homicide Homosexuality Hospital Hypnotic Isolation Judge ...
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*  Female inmates sterilized without approval - TennisForum.com
... Today's Posts. > Female inmates sterilized without approval. Reply. post #1 of 44. permalink. Old Jul 8th, 2013, 04:28 PM. Thread Starter plantman Senior Member. Join Date: Aug 2006 Location: Out in Alaska Posts: 12,019. Female inmates sterilized without approval SACRAMENTO, July 7 UPI -- The Center for Investigative Reporting said Sunday doctors sterilized nearly 150 female inmates between 2006 and 2010 in California without state approvals. The women were signed up for the surgery while they were pregnant, and former prison inmates and advocates said that medical staff coerced the women into agreeing to the procedure. MAE WEST. plantman is offline. Quote. Quick Reply. post #2 of 44. permalink. Old Jul 9th, 2013, 01:07 AM. Novichok Senior Member. Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 12,653. Re: Female inmates sterilized without approval. Quote: Originally Posted by plantman. View Post From what I'm reading/hearing is that these women were coerced into, not forced to have this procedure. Novichok is offline. ...
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*  Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery | Video Library | Press Gazette MediaFemale i
Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery. Video Library. Press Gazette Media. JOBS. CARS. HOMES. APARTMENTS. SHOPPING. CLASSIFIEDS. . News. Business. Sports. Packers. Opinion. Go 920. Life. Outdoors. Door Co. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. LATEST HEADLINES. FEATURED:. State of Opportunity. Search Search in News Archives Local Deals Yellow Pages. LinkedIn. Tumblr. StumbleUpon. Reddit. Del.icio.us. Digg. Share. Email. Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery California state officials are responding to claims that doctors forced female inmates to undergo surgery that would make them sterile. Calif. officials respond to female inmate sterilization claims. http://archive.greenbaypressgazette.com/VideoNetwork/2537166482001/Female-inmates-say-prison-forced-sterilization-surgery. http://bc gvpc od-f.akamaihd.net/media/963482463001/201307/3259/963482463001 2537137357001 ...
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*  Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery | Video Library | Detroit Free PressFemale in
Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery. Video Library. Detroit Free Press. CARS. JOBS. HOMES. DAILY DEALS. SUBSCRIBE. News. Sports. Autos. Entertainment. USA Today. Marathon. Detroit bankruptcy. High School Sports. Search Search in News Archives Local Deals Yellow Pages. Female inmates say prison forced sterilization surgery California state officials are responding to claims that doctors forced female inmates to undergo surgery that would make them sterile. officials respond to female inmate sterilization claims. http://archive.freep.com/VideoNetwork/2537166477001/Female-inmates-say-prison-forced-sterilization-surgery. http://bc gvpc od-f.akamaihd.net/media/963482463001/201307/3259/963482463001 2537137357001 b5629ea8-4308-4ed4-8aa0-1dc4b54616fd.mp4?pubId=35547428001&videoId=2537166477001 http://archive.freep.com/VideoNetwork/2537166477001/Female-inmates-say-prison-forced-sterilization-surgery http://bc gvpc.edgesuite.net/img/963482463001/201307/2221/963482463001 2537140212001 ...
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*  No Escape For Gulag's Former Prisoners
... More Than 50 Years After They Were Deported By Stalin, Hundreds Of Freed Inmates Remain Trapped In The Frozen North. VORKUTA -- When Lidya Wittman was 20 years old she was loaded into a railway goods wagon in central Russia and shipped to a gulag in the Arctic. Women such as Mrs Wittman were treated like slaves, laying railway lines and toiling without wages in mines and factories. Their only option was to stay and find work, sometimes in the very mines and factories they had been slaving in before their release. Today there are 40,000 pensioners in Vorkuta. Memorial, a Russian charity that compiles statistics on the Stalinist era, estimates that as many as four out of five are trapped former gulag inmates, or their descendants. Inmates were provided with ill-fitting, poor quality clothes and forced to work 12 or 14 hours a day on a starvation ration. During the 1940s and 1950s a million prisoners passed through the Vorkuta gulags, according to Memorial. At least 100,000, perhaps many more, died. ...
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*  Preservation of the Rights of Prisoners
... prop was a prisoner s rights organisation set up in the early s in the united kingdom which organised more than one hundred prison demonstrations strikes and protests formation prop was launched on may in a public house named the prince arthur opposite pentonville prison formed to preserve protect and to extend the rights of prisoners and ex prisoners and to assist in their rehabilitation and re integration into society so as to bring about a reduction in crime fitzgerald m prisoners in revolt harmondsworth penguin pg prop s foundation meeting was held in hull and was attended by people speakers included norwegian sociologist thomas mathiesen jack ashwell local branch secretary of the tgwu and ros kane from radical alternatives to prison fitzgerald m prisoners in revolt harmondsworth penguin pg prison strike later on august prop organise a hour general strike involving prisoners in prisons in favour of the demands in the prop charter taylor i law and order arguments ...
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*  Blog: Should John Walker Lindh Pray Five Times a Day?
Blog: Should John Walker Lindh Pray Five Times a Day. Rules/FAQ. Rules/FAQ. April 14, 2013 Should John Walker Lindh Pray Five Times a Day. By David Lawrence John Walker Lindh, a traitor to his country, is not joyous about his conditions in federal prison. Despite his national betrayals, he wants to be able to pray together five times a day with his Muslim brothers. The prison has already allowed him three-times-a-day compulsive praying, but he is now insisting on five. When I was in federal prison for two years, I used to be sickened by religious convicts -- both the Jews and Muslims. It should have been part of our rehabilitation that we weren't special and did not deserve particular treatment. I was a prisoner, you were a prisoner, and Lindh is a prisoner. Prisoners are there because they broke the rules. They deserve nothing. Religion is not a phony excuse to get treated specially. But most prisoners are not capable of rehabilitation and don't deserve special goodies. If they can't pray ...
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*  Lawriter - ORC - 5120.59 Verification of prisoner's identity before release.
lawriter orc verification of prisoner s identity before release law w riter ohio laws and rules s earch orc ohio administrative code home help r oute ohio revised code title li public welfare chapter department of rehabilitation and correction verification of prisoner s identity before release before a prisoner is released from a state correctional institution the department of rehabilitation and correction shall attempt to verify the prisoner s identification and social security number if the department is not able to verify the prisoner s identification and social security number if the prisoner has no other documentary evidence required by the registrar of motor vehicles for the issuance of an identification card under section of the revised code and if the department determines that the prisoner is legally living in the united states the department shall issue to the prisoner upon the prisoner s release an identification card that the prisoner may present to the registrar or a deputy registrar of motor ...
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*  Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners
... The 'Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners' were adopted on 30 August 1955 by the United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held at Geneva, and approved by the Economic and Social Council in resolutions of 31 July 1957 and 13 May 1977. The treatment of prisoners is also addressed in the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. Although not legally binding, the Minimum Standards provide guidelines for international and domestic law for citizens held in prison s and other forms of custody. The basic principle described in the standards is that "There shall be no discrimination on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status". It contains standards which set out what is generally accepted as being good principle and practice in the treatment of prisoners and the management of ...
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*  Researchers treat incarceration as a disease epidemic, discover small changes help - ScienceBlog.com
... Brain Behavior. Physics Mathematics. Researchers treat incarceration as a disease epidemic, discover small changes help Jun 25, 2014. Brain Behavior, Health, Physics Mathematics. Researchers apply infection-modeling to incarceration The incarceration rate has nearly quadrupled since the U.S. Incarceration rates for black Americans are more than six times higher than those for white Americans, according to the U.S. To explain these growing racial disparities, researchers at Virginia Tech are using the same modeling techniques used for infectious disease outbreaks to take on the mass incarceration problem. By treating incarceration as an infectious disease, the scientists demonstrated that small but significant differences in prison sentences can lead to large differences in incarceration rates. For instance, incarceration can increase family members emotional and economic stress or expose family and friends to a network of criminals, and these factors can lead to criminal activity. Building on this ...
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*  Prisoners' perceptions of prison offenders as sources of support. Straight time: inmates' perception
... s of violence and victimization in the prison environment. Abstracts Sociology and social work. Sociology and social work. Prisoners' perceptions of prison offenders as sources of support Article Abstract: A questionnaire was used to determine prisoners' willingness to use prison officers as a source of support. Results indicate that approach for support was rare but depended on the type of support needed. Publisher: Haworth Press, Inc. Publication Name: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation Subject: Sociology and social work ISSN: 1050-9674 Year: 2000. User Contributions:. Comment about this article or add new information about this topic: Public Comment:  50-4000 characters. Straight time: inmates' perceptions of violence and victimization in the prison environment Article Abstract: A survey of 775 adult male prisoners examined perceptions of the level of violence in prisons. Publisher: Haworth Press, Inc. Publication Name: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation Subject: Sociology and ...
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*  Is anyone looking for missing Calif. parolees? | Sacramento News - KCRA Home
parolees. Sacramento News - KCRA Home. Back To Mobile Site. Back To Mobile Site. Alerts Mobile Submit a Tip. KQCA My58. MeTV. News. Weather. u local. On TV. Watch KCRA/KQCA News. / News. / Local News. / Sacramento News. parolees. Cases of missing parolees date back to 1988. Thousands of California criminals paroled from state prison are missing, and the state's potential fix for the problem is controversial and has crime victims speaking out. Arrest made in Rocklin grass fire. Brown, who is with Advocates for Public Safety, told KCRA 3 she’s worried about parolees who are on the loose. Jerry Brown’s new realignment plan to ease prison overcrowding, some of those parolees could get off the hook, without anyone trying to track them down. California has roughly 10,000 parolees with outstanding arrest warrants. KCRA 3 found cases with missing parolees dating back to 1988. In a memo, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation outlined how thousands of parolees could be “discharged from state ...
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*  FBI Defendants Plead Guilty to Violations of the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization Act, th
... e Federal Gun Control and Controlled Substances Acts, and Obstruction of Justice. Defendants Plead Guilty to Violations of the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization Act, the Federal Gun Control and Controlled Substances Acts, and Obstruction of Justice. Travis Hudson pled guilty to: Count one RICO Conspiracy Possible sentence maximum term of life imprisonment, a maximum fine of $250,000, and a five years of supervised release following any term of imprisonment. Count 21 distribution of cocaine base Possible sentence maximum of 20 years imprisonment, a maximum fine of $1,000,000, and three years of supervised release following any term of imprisonment. Roderick Wiggins and Torey Richardson both pled guilty to: Count one RICO conspiracy Possible sentence each face a maximum term of life imprisonment, a maximum fine of $250,000, and five years of supervised release following any term of imprisonment. Count two Conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute over 25 grams cocaine base ...
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*  Mental Health Statistics: Prisons
... Close This site uses cookies. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you agree to our use of cookies. Mental Health Foundation. My Basket. About Us. Our Work. Support Us. Publications. Our News. Help & Information. Mental Health A-Z. About Mental Health. Mental Health Statistics. Anxiety. UK & Worldwide. Common Mental Health Problems. Men & Women. Children & Young People. Older People. Suicide. Schizophrenia. Self-Harm. Prisons. Mental Health Podcasts. Getting Help. Look After Your Mental Health. Contact Us. Mental Health Statistics: Prisons. Home. Help & Information. Mental Health Statistics. Prisons. More than 70% of the prison population has two or more mental health disorders. Social Exclusion Unit, 2004, quoting Psychiatric Morbidity Among Prisoners In England And Wales, 1998 Male prisoners are 14 times more likely to have two or more disorders than men in general, and female prisoners are 35 times more likely than women in general. Social Exclusion ...
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*  California ranks 11th in nation in youth incarceration rate, report shows - ContraCostaTimes.com
... Font Resize California ranks 11th in nation in youth incarceration rate, report shows By Theresa Harrington Contra Costa Times Posted: 02/26/2013 09:01:00 PM PST Updated: 02/27/2013 06:47:49 AM PST. California has more incarcerated youth than any other state in the nation and has the 11th-highest youth confinement rate, according to a report released Wednesday. Although the number of youth in jails, prisons or other juvenile detention centers has declined from 1997 to 2010, youth advocates cited in the Kids Count Data Snapshot by the Annie E. 9, 2012, how he has been incarcerated six times but after receiving kindness and community services he was able to turn his life around. The organization praised positive behavior and conflict resolution programs in Oakland and Richmond, which help reduce suspensions and expulsions and help teens understand the consequences of their actions. "That's something they don't always get in their homes." West Contra Costa school district Trustee Charles Ramsey said ...
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*  Church penitentiary
... the original church penitentiary for the reclamation of fallen women was founded in in london the most well known centre was set up by former british prime minister william ewart gladstone in its aim was the convent based rehabilitation of women including prostitute s thieves the homeless alcoholic s etc they were charitable organisation s and not in place for the punishment of crimes the church penitentiary association existed from until there are records on the association in the library at lambeth palace the seat of the archbishop of canterbury in london and in the national archives these also have holdings on related societies such as the navvy mission society now industrial christian fellowship the temperance council of the christian churches now the churches council on alcohol and drugs the church of england council for social aid the band of hope and the church moral aid society rescue work for unmarried mothers references journal of social history by susan mumm prostitution prevention and reform ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_penitentiary
*  Prisoners: Special Provisions and Requirements
Permitted Research Involving Prisoners: Biomedical or behavioral research may involve prisoners as subjects only if the proposed research involves solely the following: Study of the possible causes, effects, and processes of incarceration, and of criminal behavior, provided that the study presents no more than minimal risk and no more than inconvenience to the subjects; Study of prisons as institutional structures or of prisoners as incarcerated persons, provided that the study presents no more than minimal risk and no more than inconvenience to subjects; Research on conditions particularly affecting prisoners as a class for example, vaccine trials and other research on hepatitis which is much more prevalent in prisons than elsewhere; and research on social and psychological problems such as alcoholism, drug addiction, and sexual assaults ; or Research on practices, both innovative and accepted, which have the intent and reasonable probability of improving the health or well being ...
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*  U.S. Marshals Service, Prisoner Detention
... Skip to Content. Site Map. Contacts. U.S. Department of Justice. Search. Home. Contact. General Contacts. Leadership. District Contacts. Fact Sheets. History. Historical Records Assistance. Time Line. Roll Call of Honor. U.S. Marshals Badges and Seal. Broad Range of Authority. Fact Sheets. News Room. Business Opportunities. General Information. Procurement at a Glance. Business Contacts. Priorities. Products Services Utilized. Definitions. Helpful Websites. Use of Marshals Name / Insignia. Career Opportunities. District of Oregon Prisoner Detention GENERAL: The United States Marshals Service is responsible for obtaining adequate detention space to house USMS prisoners in their districts. Detention facilities the USMS uses must meet DOJ detention standards and minimum conditions of confinement. These conditions are as follows: Staff is on duty 24 hours a day to supervise prisoners. Three adequate meals a day are provided to prisoners. Adequate emergency medical coverage is available ...
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*  HM Prison Ranby
1 History Prison accommodations Notable former inmates References External links. Two more wings of the prison were opened in Summer 1998, and a further wing was opened in March 2008, with capacity for an extra 60 prisoners. The Board reported that vulnerable prisoners' safety in particular was being put at risk, especially at night, while also praising the prison for its work in education, physical education and chaplaincy. 5 A further report in 2012 noted strengths is staff-prisoner relations, resettlement, vocational training and work environment for prisoners, but concerns about that a quarter of prisoners were locked in their cells, the availability of debt and financial advice services, a number of unscreened toilets, insufficient efforts to reduce violence and self-harm, and high levels of drug and alcohol availability. A Wing - places for 192 prisoners in spurred single cell accommodation. Includes a drug-free unit B Wing - places for 77 enhanced prisoners in ...
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*  Is The War On Drugs Racist?
Is The War On Drugs Racist. Is The War On Drugs Racist. Might that help explain why blacks are 13 percent of the population but half of all prison inmates. In 1986, in response to the crack cocaine epidemic that was crushing American inner cities, Congress passed the Anti-Drug Abuse Act, which insti¬tuted harsher penalties for crack cocaine offenses than for powder cocaine offenses. Because crack cocaine offenders tended to be black and powder cocaine offenders tended to be white, critics of the law denounced it as racially biased in hindsight. “Eleven of the twenty-one blacks who were then members of the House of Representatives voted in favor of the law which created the 100-to-1 crack–powder differential,” noted Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy. In 2009 blacks were 85 percent of crack offenders, and sentences for crack offenses averaged twenty-four months longer than those for powder cocaine. In 2006 blacks were 37.5 percent of the 1,274,600 people in state prisons, which house 88 percent of the ...
http://thefederalist.com/2014/07/17/is-the-war-on-drugs-racist/
*  Prisoners believe they're law abiding, kind: Study | Special Features # 112165
Prisoners believe they're law abiding, kind: Study. Special Features # 112165. newkerala.com - brings you latest news, info & entertainment. City Info. News. special-features. Prisoners believe they're law abiding, kind: Study. In a novel study, researchers from University of Southampton in Britain have shown that prisoners believe themselves to have more pro-social characteristics - such as kindness, morality, self-control and generosity - than non-prisoners. The research also showed that prisoners did not rate themselves as more law abiding than non-prisoners but they did rate themselves as equal, said the study published in the British Journal of Social Psychology. If the prisoners self-enhanced by considering themselves superior to fellow inmates or community members on 'macho' traits, such as toughness, don't be surprised. "However, what surprised me was that self-enhanced on pro-social traits on which they could demonstrably be inferior to others," said ...
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*  Watch "Prisoner of Zenda" (1988) Free Online
Watch Prisoner of Zenda 1988 Free Online. OVGuide. Login Sign up. Log In forgot your password. Login with Facebook. Pick your country. Movies. TV. TV Home All TV Shows Amazon Prime TV Shows Free Full TV Shows All Web Series Videos Celebrity. Celebrity Home Videos Top Lists Music. Music Home Videos Browse Musicians Top Lists Anime. Anime Home Browse Anime Videos Top Lists More. Animals Asian Car Comedy Education Food Fitness Games Guns Lifestyle Live News Sports Science Technology Travel Viral. Family Filter: ON OFF. All Movies. Amazon Prime Movies. Free Full Movies. Top Box Office. Watch Prisoner of Zenda 1988 Free Online. Release Date:. 1988 Duration: 48 min Prisoner of Zenda is an Australian 49-minute direct-to-video animated film from Burbank Films Australia. It was originally released in 1988. The film is based on Anthony Hope's classic English novel, The Prisoner of Zenda, first published in 1894, and was adapted by Leonard Lee. It was produced... Show More Prisoner of Zenda is an Australian 49-minute ...
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*  28 CFR 2.53 - Mandatory parole. | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute
a A prisoner including a prisoner sentenced under the Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act, Federal Juvenile Delinquency Act, or the provisions of 5010 c of the Youth Corrections Act serving a term or terms of 5 years or longer shall be released on parole after completion of two-thirds of each consecutive term or terms or after completion of 30 years of each term or terms of more than 45 years including life terms, whichever comes earlier, unless pursuant to a hearing under this section, the Commission determines that there is a reasonable probability that the prisoner will commit any Federal, State, or local crime or that the prisoner has frequently or seriously violated the rules of the institution in which he is confined. c A prisoner released on mandatory parole pursuant to this section shall remain under supervision until the expiration of the full term of his sentence unless the Commission terminates parole supervision pursuant to § 2.43 prior to the full term date of the sentence. d A prisoner ...
https://law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/28/2.53
*  Children of Prisoners research report
... 'Children of Prisoners' ACT research report. For all parents carers For Indigenous parents carers Multicultural resources For kids young people Our locations Our publications About us What we do Why we are needed News. SHINE for Kids TV Our supporters How can I help. How can businesses help. Research advocacy. Forums seminars. Research underway. Reports publications. In the media Employment Volunteers. November 2013 At the official launch of SHINE's presence in the ACT on 31 October was the release of a research paper from the Institute of Child Protection Studies of the Australian Catholic University, titled 'Children of Prisoners: Exploring the needs of children and young people who have a parent incarcerated in the Australian Capital Territory'. Officiating the release of the paper was Alasdair Roy, ACT Children and Young People Commissioner. Thanks to the good work of the report's authors Vicky Saunders and Professor Morag McArthur and to the research team Vicky Saunders, Hannah Henry, ...
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*  Executed Chinese prisoners skinned for collagen treatments • The Register
... Whitepapers. Software. Security. Mobile. Sensitive Virgin Media web pages still stuck on weak crypto software. Cloud. Storage. Amazon flings open source Elasticsearch at Big Data's cloud. Five things that doomed the big and brilliant BlackBerry 10. Google's Nest weaves new Weave protocol that isn't Google's Weave. Mobile. T-Mobile US hires someone other than bungling Experian to offer ID theft monitoring to hack victims. Experian-T-Mobile US hack: 'We trusted them, now that trust is broken'. Sensitive Virgin Media web pages still stuck on weak crypto software. T-Mobile US hires someone other than bungling Experian to offer ID theft monitoring to hack victims. Experian-T-Mobile US hack: 'We trusted them, now that trust is broken'. Media. Alphabet GOBBLES Google. T-Mobile US hires someone other than bungling Experian to offer ID theft monitoring to hack victims. Executed Chinese prisoners skinned for collagen treatments. Skin from prisoners executed in China is being used to develop cosmetic ...
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*  Prisoner with suspected case of Ebola escapes from hospital in Uganda - CNN.com
... Breaking News. Toggle Search. International Edition. U.S. International Arabic Español Set edition preference Confirm. Search. News. World. Sport. Technology. Entertainment. Style. Travel. Money. Regions. U.S. China. Asia. Middle East. Africa. Europe. Americas. Video. Must Watch Videos. Shows. CNN en Español. TV. TV Shows. Schedule. Faces of CNN Worldwide. Features. Travel. All Features. Opinions. iReport. More…. Photos. Weather. CNN Mobile. Tools Extras. CNN Profiles A-Z. CNN Leadership. CNN Arabic. CNN Español. CNN Mexico. CNN Facebook. CNN Twitter. CNN Google+. CNN Heroes. Impact Your World. CNN Freedom Project. Quick Links Photos. Weather. CNN Mobile. Tools Extras. CNN Profiles A-Z. CNN Leadership. Prisoner with suspected case of Ebola escapes from hospital in Uganda. From David McKenzie, CNN. Updated 1113 GMT 1813 HKT August 6, 2012. JUST WATCHED. Deadly Ebola virus spreads in Uganda. Replay. More Videos ... MUST WATCH. Deadly Ebola virus spreads in Uganda 02:28. Story highlights. "The disease is ...
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*  .. Former prisoner tells story .. Share this post:
former prisoner tells story march pnt staff memories of war often haunt a person who was a part of it for clemens kathman the memories of the bataan death march prison camps and his trip home will remain with him for the rest of his life kathman wrestled his demons in the cathartic process of writing his memoirs a autobiography called i was there charley i wanted to get things off my chest kathman said kathman was born in richland graduated from eastern new mexico university and was prisoner of war in world war ii he was drafted into the u s army in march as a member of the new mexico national guard s th coast artillery in september he was shipped to clark field in the philippine islands the americans and their filipino allies half starved and existing on one eighth rations had nothing to fight with but springfield rifles facing the might of the japanese tanks bombers and field artillery kathman said kathman s unit was ordered to surrender and started painting pow letters around the camp to let the japanese ...
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*  .. Posts Tagged ‘parolees’ .. Prison Realignment Starts Tomorrow, October 1, 2011 .. “The Cas
Posts Tagged ‘parolees’. Prison Realignment Starts Tomorrow, October 1, 2011 Friday, September 30th, 2011. Tweet. Rina Palta of KALW News has a  bit on prison realignment this morning. That’s just the kind of thing you can find at THE INFORMANT: Cops, Courts, and Communities in the Bay Area. And here’s some related information about parolees from candidate for Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, below. Welcome back:. “October 1: State transfers parolees to San Francisco’s probation programs and jails – The City braces for influx of ex-offenders starting Saturday. SAN FRANCISCO — On Saturday, October 1, the first group of state prison parolees scheduled for transfer to San Francisco will begin arriving in the City under Realignment — legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on April 4, 2011. The City has created a comprehensive program to shift ex-offenders to local control, including increasing electronic monitoring, social and rehabilitation programs, and preparing for an increased jail population. Some details ...
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*  AP: Calif. Paid $182M Over Last 15 Years For Inmates’ Lawsuits « CBS Sacramento
Paid $182M Over Last 15 Years For Inmates Lawsuits CBS Sacramento. CBS Local Sports. Paid $182M Over Last 15 Years For Inmates Lawsuits. A tally by The Associated Press, compiled from three state agencies, shows California taxpayers have spent $182 million for inmates attorneys and court-appointed authorities over the past 15 years. The AP sought the tally after the Democratic governor began using court filings and public appearances to call for an end to two major lawsuits that have forced the state to spend billions of dollars improving its medical and mental health care for prison inmates. Brown says that, thanks to recent overhauls, California now offers inmates the best medical and mental health care of any prison system in the nation. Inmates lawyers and the court-appointed authorities overseeing inmate medical and mental health say the system, with more than 132,000 inmates, remains crowded and still has problems with suicides and mentally ill prisoners who deserve better care. He argues that ...
http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2013/02/11/ap-calif-paid-182m-over-last-15-years-for-inmates-attorneys/
*  Reviews for Prisoner: In the Ice :: FicWad: fresh-picked original and fan fiction
reviews for prisoner in the ice ficwad fresh picked original and fan fiction ficwad browse search forum help filter filter you won t see stories with a lower score when you browse or search sign up to adjust the filter log in remember me log in register lost password categories cartoons avatar the last airbender prisoner prisoner by masako moonshade reviews i m so sorry the dark war is over but one casualty still remains category avatar the last airbender rating pg genres angst characters aang other warnings published updated words complete ambiance reviews prisoner rainpaw so sad but i loved it keep writing plz prisoner hakurules what kitara who is the guy and so sokka s dead and wait how does this dude know kitara confusion write another and explain author s response i apologize for making it less than clear this story takes place several hundred years after what we re watching the character is one of the future avatars and he remembers katara because she was so close to aang just like aang remembered ...
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*  Bill S.1139
Senate Rules. House Rules. Joint Rules. Bills. Senate Journals. House Journals. Senate. House. Senate. House. State Budget. Senate Budget. FY 2016 Senate Budget. FY 2015 Senate Budget. FY 2014 Senate Budget. FY 2013 Senate Budget. FY 2012 Senate Budget. House Budget. FY 2016 House Budget. FY 2015 House Budget. FY 2014 House Budget. FY 2013 House Budget. FY 2012 House Budget. FY 2016 Budget. FY 2015 Budget. FY 2014 Budget. Senate. House. Senate. House. Committees. Senate Committees. House Committees. Joint Committees. Redistricting. Senate Sessions. House Sessions. Joint Sessions. MyLegislature. Bills Laws. Bills. Bills Bills Search. a The court may grant a medical release to a prisoner held on a mandatory sentence in a jail or house of correction upon the court’s determination that the prisoner has an irreversible condition, disease or syndrome that is terminal, debilitating, or incapacitating and that the prisoner’s release will not be incompatible with public safety. c The sheriff shall facilitate ...
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*  Forum aims to reduce reoffending when inmates released - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporati
Forum aims to reduce reoffending when inmates released - ABC News Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ABC Home. Open Sites menu. ABC Home. News. iview. TV. Radio. Kids. ABC News. Australia. Analysis Opinion. Business. Sport. Fact Check. Live Streams. Video. Photos. Upload. Entertainment. Subscribe. Rural. WWI Centenary. Change to standard view. Breaking news. News Home. Forum aims to reduce reoffending when inmates released. A forum held earlier this week allowed them to talk directly to housing, justice and mental health workers who help ex-prisoners reintegrate into the community. It was aimed at reducing the rates of reoffending by improving the post-release support given to prisoners. It coincided with the release of an Ombudsman report into Victoria's prison system which found it is increasingly overcrowded. The coordinator of the Hume Region Homelessness Network, Jan Armstrong, says prisoners are concerned they are only given a month, in the lead up to their release, to work with ...
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*  Ellen Cheney Johnson
... 'Ellen Cheney Johnson' December 20, 1829 - June 28, 1899, American prison reform er, founded the New England Women's Auxiliary Association to the United States Sanitary Commission, worked with homeless and vagrant women after the Civil War through the Dedham Asylum for Discharged Female Prisoners, and served as superintendent of the Massachusetts Reformatory Prison for Women at Framingham. 1 Early life Early Influences Career End of an Era References Additional Resources. Early life. Two years later, she met and married Jesse Johnson from Unity, New Hampshire, and moved to Boston. "Ellen Cheney Johnson." Dictionary of American Biography. Early Influences. Ellen founded the New England Women’s Auxiliary Association which in turn led her to an important position in the U.S. http://www.wwhp.org/files/notable-women/NIE 11.jpg She was involved with the executive and finance committees of the New England branch of the commission. During this time Ellen would visit numerous correctional facilities and ...
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*  Progress in Canada: Former Guantánamo Prisoner Omar Khadr Moved to Medium-Security Prison |
Progress in Canada: Former Guantánamo Prisoner Omar Khadr Moved to Medium-Security Prison. Andy Worthington. Next post. Previous post. Progress in Canada: Former Guantánamo Prisoner Omar Khadr Moved to Medium-Security Prison 17.2.14 For the first time since his return to Canada from Guantánamo in September 2012, Omar Khadr, the Canadian citizen and former child prisoner of the US, has been downgraded from a high-security risk to a medium-security risk. The move punctures the prevailing rhetoric from the government, and in the right-wing press that Khadr is a dangerous individual. This lamentable rhetoric is the product of three particular factors: racism and/or Islamophobia; a hypocritical refusal to recognize the rights of child prisoners, despite a Supreme Court judgment that was severely critical of the government; and a deliberate refusal to recognise that Khadr s plea deal at a military commission trial in Guantánamo had nothing to do with justice and guilt, and was agreed to solely to secure his ...
http://andyworthington.co.uk/2014/02/17/progress-in-canada-former-guantanamo-prisoner-omar-khadr-moved-to-medium-security-prison/
*  Inmate Code
... sometimes called convict code refers to the rules and values that have developed among prisoners inside prisons social systems the inmate code helps define an inmate s image as a model prisoner the code helps to emphasize unity of prisoners against correctional workers this code highlights the reasons why rehabilitation is often so difficult to achieve the code in new jersey gresham sykes performed a study in prisons and refined the code as follows don t interfere with inmate interests never rat on an inmate don t be nosy don t have loose lips and never put an inmate on the spot don t fight with other inmates don t lose your head and do your own time don t exploit inmates if you make a promise keep it don t steal from inmates don t sell favors and don t go back on bets maintain yourself don t weaken whine cop out be a man and be tough don t trust guards or the things they stand for don t be a sucker the officials are wrong and the prisoners are right notes category imprisonment and ...
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*  Meet the Medical Company Making $1.4 Billion a Year Off Sick Prisoners | The Nation
Meet the Medical Company Making $1.4 Billion a Year Off Sick Prisoners. The Nation. Ad Policy Skip to content. Facebook. Twitter. Donate. If you are a current subscriber and are unable to log in, you may have to create a NEW username and password. To do so, click here and use the “NEW USER” sign-up option. Login. Email *. Password *. Remember Me Forgot Your Password. Login. If you are not a Subscriber, Subscribe Now. Sign Up. The Case Against the Roberts Court Guns and Gun Control Bernie Sanders Immigration Policy 150th Anniversary Events. Politics World Economy Culture Take Action. Activism Meet the Medical Company Making $1.4 Billion a Year Off Sick Prisoners Current Issue. Subscribe. Search. Facebook. Twitter. Email. . Toggle Menu. Sign Up Politics World Economy Culture Take Action. Subscribe. Current Issue. Donate. Sign Up. Facebook. Twitter. Activism. Take Action. Meet the Medical Company Making $1.4 Billion a Year Off Sick Prisoners In states that use Corizon to provide healthcare ...
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*  Susanna Meredith
... née lloyd was a th century irish born prison visitor and pioneer for the rehabilitation of female prisoners biography susanna lloyd was born in ireland her father was the governor of cork county gaol as a child she learned latin hebrew french and german at the age of she married a doctor but was widowed after seven years of marriage in meredith began visiting millbank prison with the british society in she moved to london with her mother and concerned with employment opportunities for women began editing alexandra magazine she visited female prisoners in brixton prison and started a mission offering breakfasts advice and limited employment opportunities to newly released women she reported her visits to the home secretary sir george grey meredith later turned her attention to the children of convicted women and in her first home for such children was opened in addlestone surrey by princess mary in she was told that she was no longer permitted to talk to women prisoners without a ...
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*  Henry Gurney Prisoners School
... thumb henry gurney prisoners school thumb school emblem henry gurney prisoners school malay sekolah tahanan henry gurney or sekolah henry gurney is a prisoner school in telok mas malacca malaysia there are now other henry gurney schools including sekolah henry gurney wanita batu gajah for girls in batu gajah sekolah henry gurney wanita kota kinabalu for girls in kota kinabalu and sekolah henry gurney i keningau in keningau malaysian prison department retrieved on august history programs see also references external links history established in it underwent name changes for three times before its current name was adopted upon its official opening by sir henry gurney on may it is one of the five henry gurney schools sekolah henry gurney or shg which caters to juvenile criminals the malacca branch specializes in male convicts programs the rehabilitation program run in this center is divided into three stages hard labor for new entrants or rule breakers normal chores technical labor includes ...
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*  Prisoner Holding Cell - Minimum Security Cage - Detention Cell
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*  Would Drug Prisoners Vote Obama? | The Fix
Would Drug Prisoners Vote Obama. NEWS FEATURES BLOGS LIVING SOBER ASK AN EXPERT PRO VOICES QUIZZES ABOUT US. Trending Rehab Reviews Treatment Centers Resources. Will My Insurance Pay for Rehab. Rehab Directory Cash Pay Treatment for VIPS and Execs How to Choose the Best Rehab Interventionists Sober Livings Pain Management Mental Health Buprenorphine doctors Rehab Detox Insurance. NEWS FEATURES BLOGS LIVING SOBER ASK AN EXPERT PRO VOICES QUIZZES ABOUT US. Trending Rehab Reviews Treatment Centers Resources. Will My Insurance Pay for Rehab. Rehab Directory Cash Pay Treatment for VIPS and Execs How to Choose the Best Rehab Interventionists Sober Livings Pain Management Mental Health Buprenorphine doctors Rehab Detox Insurance. NEWS FEATURES BLOGS LIVING SOBER ASK AN EXPERT PRO VOICES QUIZZES ABOUT US. Home Features Would Drug Prisoners Vote Obama. Would Drug Prisoners Vote Obama. Would Drug Prisoners Vote Obama. The War on Drugs imprisons millions of low-level offenders who wrongly ...
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*  Changde (China), Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Chinese after the Battle of Changde :: AGSL
Changde China, Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Chinese after the Battle of Changde :: AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East. Asia and Middle East Browse all Items About the Collections Order Images Digital Collections UWM Libraries. AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East. AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Asia and Middle East Changde China, Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Chinese after the Battle of Changde. Changde China, Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Chinese after the Battle of Changde. China, Japanese soldiers taken prisoner by the Chinese after the Battle of Changde. Part of Set Harrison Forman Collection - China. Source of Descriptive Information Harrison Forman Diary, China, December 1943 - January 1944 accessible at http://collections.lib.uwm.edu/u?/forman,47; Japs Lose Changteh. Original Collection Harrison Forman Collection. Repository American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. Digital Publisher University of ...
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*  .. Kelvin Mwikya
Kelvin Mwikya. . Kelvin is a passionate advocate for the rights and wellbeing of prisoners in Kenya. An ex-prisoner himself, he has led the Philemon Foundation since 2002. By meeting basic needs among prisoners, investing in their rehabilitation, supporting them upon release and calling for systemic change, Kelvin is bringing life and long-term change. Location: Kenya. Sector: Criminal Justice. Year Selected: 2009. ABOUT. THE NEED. THEIR RESPONSE. Motivated and informed by his experiences imprisoned in Kenya, Kelvin is working to support the needs of those still incarcerated and those just released, as well as advocate for complete transformation across the national prison system. Kelvin is a passionate Christian and social entrepreneur who lives and works in Nairobi. Wrongful convictions, lengthy remand periods and over-sentencing are common place in Kenya. As a result, prisons are hugely over-crowded. This together with a woeful lack of resources means living conditions are squalid and ...
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*  Cameron 'failed to deliver' on prisoner rehabilitation - ITV News
Cameron 'failed to deliver' on prisoner rehabilitation - ITV News. Advertisement. ITV. News. Sport. Jackpot. Search. Search. Top stories. National. Politics. Money. Health. Sport. Weather. Weather. Advertisement. National. Prisoner probation plan attacked. Cameron 'failed to deliver' on prisoner rehabilitation. Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan said David Cameron has failed to deliver on prisoner rehabilitation, he added that the coalition has wasted the last three years doing nothing. He said: The Government has no idea how their policies will be implemented. They have no answers to questions such as how much will the doubling of the workload for probation cost, where the money is coming from or how the overcrowded prison estate cope with their local resettlement plans. Read: 35% with community sentence reoffended within a year. Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire. This is another wasted chance by the Government - it should have pursued a model that focused ...
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*  The political prisoners of Palestine
... . Sign Up or Login x Close. Create an Avaaz Account. First Name. Last Name. Email. Post code. Password. I agree to the Terms Of Service Sign Up. x Close. Login to your Account Email. Password. Remember me on this computer I agree to the Terms Of Service Login. Forgot Password. Update your password. Enter your email address and click the button -- an email will be sent to you with a link to reset your password. Email. Send. Email sent. Thanks. We have just sent you a link to create a new password. Be sure to check your spam folder if you can't find the message. The link will expire in 24 hours. Sign Up Login My Account Log Out About Us Help. The world's largest and most effective online campaigning community for change Start a petition. The political prisoners of Palestine SIGN THIS PETITION. Why this is important Samer Issawi has been detained by Israeli occupation authorities without any charge whatsoever. He had been released from prison in October 2011 as a part of the Shalit prisoner swap. ...
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*  Research with Prisoners | OPRS Office for the Protection of Research Subjects | USC
The categories of permissible research are the following: study of the possible causes, effects, and processes of incarceration, and of criminal behavior, provided that the study presents no more than minimal risk and no more than inconvenience to the subjects; Note that the definition of minimal risk for prisoner research at 45 CFR 46.303 d differs from the definition of minimal risk for other research, contained in 45 CFR 46, subpart A, 45 CFR 46.102 i study of prisons as institutional structures or of prisoners as incarcerated persons, provided that the study presents no more than minimal risk and no more than inconvenience to the subjects; research on conditions particularly affecting prisoners as a class for example, vaccine trials and other research on hepatitis which is much more prevalent in prisons than elsewhere; and research on social and psychological problems such as alcoholism, drug addiction, and sexual assaults provided that the study may proceed only after OHRP has consulted ...
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*  South Carolina Bench Book for Summary Court Judges - Crimes and Offenses Section
DISTRIBUTION TO PERSONS UNDER EIGHTEEN Class C or E Felony Code 44-53-440 CDR Codes 293, 2363. 2 That the accused did distribute a narcotic drug or LSD or crack cocaine to a person under eighteen years of age,. 2 That the accused did distribute any controlled substance other than a narcotic drug or LSD to a person under eighteen years of age. DISTRIBUTION WITHIN PROXIMITY OF SCHOOL Class E Felony or Class C Misdemeanor Code 44-53-445 CDR Codes 107-108, 892. Penalty: Fine not to exceed $10,000, or imprisonment for not more than 10 years, or both. When the violation involves the distribution, sale, manufacture, or possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine -Fine not to exceed $10,000 and imprisonment for not less than 10 years nor more than 15 years. Penalty: 1st offense - fine of not more than $25,000 or imprisonment for not more than 15 years, or both. 3rd or subsequent offense, or if the offender has been convicted of 2 or more offenses relating to narcotic drugs - fine of not more than $50,000 ...
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*  Bonacic opposes free college for prisoners
... Published on The River Reporter http://www.riverreporter.com Home Bonacic opposes free college for prisoners Bonacic opposes free college for prisoners. ALBANY, NY — New York State Sen. John Bonacic opposes Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal that state prisoners should be able to get free college courses and a degree. On February 21, Bonacic sent an email to constituents in which he wrote, “While I am in favor of rehabilitation and reduced recidivism of inmates, I cannot in good conscience support the governor’s plan when so many individuals and families in New York are struggling to meet the ever-rising costs of higher education. “Instead of providing an additional benefit for convicted criminals, this money should be used to increase funding for the Tuition Assistance Program TAP in order to help make college more accessible for all New Yorkers.”. Bonacic isn’t the only elected official opposed. Sen. Greg Ball started a petition against the plan and said in a statement, “While it is ...
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*  Penal system of Panama
... Article 27 of the Panamanian constitution declares that the prison system of Panama is based on the principles of security, rehabilitation, and the protection of society. Women are also segregated in the penal system. The Department of Corrections was established in 1940 to administer the country's penal system for the Ministry of Government and Justice. The intention of the government officials who established the Department of Corrections was to end the inherent abuses in the system, but the new department was never properly staffed, and police had to be used as jailers. The Isla de Coiba has been the site of the Coiba Penal Colony, Panama's most severe prison, since 1919. Although most of its prisoners are sentenced by courts to specified terms, sometimes persons were sent to Coiba while awaiting the results of pretrial investigation or awaiting sentencing, a violation of judicial regulations, if, as indicated in the criminal code, Coiba was the most severe regime in the prison system. The ...
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*  Prisoners on Work Detail are Inspiring Others to Give | Local News - Home
Prisoners on Work Detail are Inspiring Others to Give. Local News - Home. Winston-Salem. 56 F. Overcast. Home. News. Local News. National News. Odd News. Politics. Entertainment. Traffic. Most Popular. Video. Slideshows. Weather. Weather. Current Conditions. Interactive Radar. 7 Day Forecast. Detailed Forecast. Closings. Alerts. Map Room. Videocast. Skycams. Sports. Sports. High School Sports. Health. Health. Diabetes Awareness. On TV. As Seen On. Connect With Us. Get Email Alerts. u local. Pro Pickem. NOWCAST. Watch WXII 12 News Live Newscasts. Closings. No Closings Found. Severe Weather. 21 Counties Under Advisory. Local News. Prev Video Next Video. Prisoners on Work Detail are Inspiring Others to Give. After months of saving, prisoners on a work detail decide helping others is more important than getting a special treat for themselves. Ericka Miller brings us their story. More From The Web. Most Popular Videos. Weekend flood concerns and Hurricane Joaquin update. A tree crashes into a ...
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*  Evan Ebel got time off sentence for being in programs he was booted from - Boulder Daily Camera
... Colorado's prison system aggressively pushes inmates out of prison early by awarding them "earned time" for rehabilitation programs they never complete and by failing to deduct such time in many cases when inmates later break the rules. The DOC practice of awarding earned time to inmates on a monthly basis rather than on a yearly basis as state law dictates locks officials into a system tilted toward giving prisoners time off, rather than holding them accountable with the threat of losing that time. Last April alone, the DOC awarded 2,399 days to inmates in administrative segregation, considered among the most dangerous offenders in the prison system, according to a DOC report. Ebel's bad behavior left him spending most of his prison time in either punitive or administrative segregation, despite a concerted effort by Clements to reduce the number of inmates in segregation and avoid releasing offenders from segregation directly into the community. According to DOC records, Colorado saved about ...
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*  U.S. Marshals Service Defendants in Custody and Prisoner Management, Prisoner Health Care Standards
... , III. Non-Authorized Medical Interventions/Procedures. Skip to Content. Site Map. Contacts. U.S. Department of Justice. Search. Home. Contact. General Contacts. Leadership. District Contacts. Fact Sheets. History. Historical Records Assistance. Time Line. Roll Call of Honor. U.S. Marshals Badges and Seal. Broad Range of Authority. Fact Sheets. News Room. Business Opportunities. General Information. Procurement at a Glance. Business Contacts. Priorities. Products Services Utilized. Definitions. Helpful Websites. Use of Marshals Name / Insignia. Career Opportunities. . Prisoner Health Care Standards. III. NON-AUTHORIZED MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS/PROCEDURES. The following medical interventions and procedures are not authorized for payment by the USMS, unless ordered by the court:. B CARDIOLOGY - NOT COVEREDblockquote> Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, physician review Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, scanning analysis Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, recording ...
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*  U.S. Marshals Service Defendants in Custody and Prisoner Management, Prisoner Health Care Standards
... , III. Non-Authorized Medical Interventions/Procedures. Skip to Content. Site Map. Contacts. U.S. Department of Justice. Search. Home. Contact. General Contacts. Leadership. District Contacts. Fact Sheets. History. Historical Records Assistance. Time Line. Roll Call of Honor. U.S. Marshals Badges and Seal. Broad Range of Authority. Fact Sheets. News Room. Business Opportunities. General Information. Procurement at a Glance. Business Contacts. Priorities. Products Services Utilized. Definitions. Helpful Websites. Use of Marshals Name / Insignia. Career Opportunities. . Prisoner Health Care Standards. III. NON-AUTHORIZED MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS/PROCEDURES. The following medical interventions and procedures are not authorized for payment by the USMS, unless ordered by the court:. O URINARY SYSTEM - NOT COVERED. Donor nephrectomy. Recipient nephrectomy. Renal homotransplantation. Renal transplantation with recipient nephrectomy. Renal autotransplantation, reimplantation. Revision of ileostomy. ...
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*  Frans Otto Eriksson
... {{Infobox criminal name = Frans Otto Eriksson image size =. image name = Frans Otto Eriksson 1909.jpg image caption = Eriksson at his arrest in 1909 birth date =. 'Frans Otto Eriksson' 15 April 1867 7 June 1953, also known as 'Svarta Hästen' "The Black Horse", was a Swedish baker and a convicted thief and murderer. Despite being caught, he escaped the death penalty and was sentenced to life imprisonment, of which he served nearly 21 years. Crimes Double murders. Imprisonment. Early life. Eriksson was born in Badelunda, Västerås, Sweden. In the early 1890s, Eriksson moved to Stockholm, where he held jobs at several bakeries. He was sentenced to prison for two months, which he served in Sundsvall. He was again sentenced to two months in jail, plus an additional year to be served in Härnösand. 5 Double murders. Vestlund served the Dunders coffee laced with arsenic, while Eriksson and Olsdotter stood guard outside the Dunders' home. Olsdotter was sentenced to death for plotting the murders while Eriksson ...
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*  .. Post navigation .. Land of the Free Imprisoned .. Share this: .. Like this: .. Related
4 Comments. Land of the Free Imprisoned. Posted by. Mormon Heretic on. March 16, 2014 in Mormon. We like to complain about human rights abuses in Communist China or North Korea. However, it is the United States with the highest incarceration rate in the world, and it is more than 6 times larger than Communist China. The U.S jails 743 per 100,000 Americans; China jails just 122 per 100,000.  It seems that the United States is breeding criminals at a rate 6 times faster than China, and we have the highest incarceration rate in the world . Are we doing something wrong. I’ve been watching several documentaries on Netflix lately. Bloods and Crips said that 1 in 6 black men are jailed. No wonder there are so many single-parent households in the black community. But this isn’t just a black problem. When we put criminals in jail, many view it as a their university. The Hispanic gang MS-13 known as World’s Most Dangerous Gang actually doesn’t mind getting arrested, because when they are released, they know ...
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*  Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York
... The 'Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York' 'MCC New York' is a United States federal administrative detention facility in Manhattan, New York which holds male and female prisoners of all security levels. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. Most prisoners held at MCC New York have pending cases in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. MCC New York also holds prisoners serving brief sentences. 1 History Facility Notable inmates current and former See also References External links. Opened in 1975, MCC New York was the first high-rise facility to be used by the Bureau of Prisons. In an article published on April 5, 2011, Jim Dwyer of the 'New York Times' described the experience of an inmate being transferred from the facility to the federal court across the street: A prisoner going to court from the Metropolitan Correctional Center is presented to federal marshals in the ...
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*  Email a Prisoner - the hassle free way to keep in touch.
... Home. How it works. FAQs. Locations. Customer Comments. Who uses it. HMP Staff. Legal Profession. Resources. About EaP. Small Print. Contact Us. News Press Release. Publications. Sponsors. SIGN UP LOG IN. Home. How it works. FAQs. Locations. Customer Comments. Who uses it. HMP Staff. Legal Profession. Resources. About EaP. Small Print. Contact Us. News Press Release. Publications. Sponsors. Users online: 12. Latest News 15/09/15 - HMP Dartmoor - Reply Service is now live. 27/08/15 - Emailaprisoner is now active in HMP Swinfen Hall. 18/08/15 - Due to technical issues HMP Liverpool have asked us to suspend the reply service until further notice. Please accept their apologies for the inconvenience caused to you and your recipient. We will update you when we have more information from the establishment. 29/07/15 - Coming Soon – Reply Service At HMP Ranby 23/07/15 - Charges for the Reply Service will increase by 5p on the 1st August 2015. This is due to additional equipment being required to run the Service ...
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*  HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC’S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR
HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. Friday, December 18, 2009. HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. I recently watched most of episode one of AMC s remake of the classic Sixties TV show The Prisoner over at my friend Nina s house. She has cable and TiVo and I have neither. Unfortunately her TiVo thought the episode was an hour long when it was actually longer than that. So it cut off before the finish. In any case, I wasn t too upset. The show was good enough that I d like to have seen the ending. But not so compelling that I can even recall now exactly where things were when the TiVo decided to stop recording. I don t think I could have been anything but disappointed in any remake of The Prisoner. The original show was a big part of my education as a young man. I first watched it with my first Zen teacher, Tim, on his little black and white portable TV set in his basement apartment in Kent, Ohio. Tim didn t ...
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*  HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC’S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR
HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. Friday, December 18, 2009. HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. I recently watched most of episode one of AMC s remake of the classic Sixties TV show The Prisoner over at my friend Nina s house. She has cable and TiVo and I have neither. Unfortunately her TiVo thought the episode was an hour long when it was actually longer than that. So it cut off before the finish. In any case, I wasn t too upset. The show was good enough that I d like to have seen the ending. But not so compelling that I can even recall now exactly where things were when the TiVo decided to stop recording. I don t think I could have been anything but disappointed in any remake of The Prisoner. The original show was a big part of my education as a young man. I first watched it with my first Zen teacher, Tim, on his little black and white portable TV set in his basement apartment in Kent, Ohio. Tim didn t ...
http://hardcorezen.blogspot.com/2009/12/how-amcs-remake-of-prisoner-explains.html?showComment=1261232315420
*  HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC’S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR
HARDCORE ZEN: HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. Friday, December 18, 2009. HOW AMC S REMAKE OF THE PRISONER EXPLAINS WHY I WILL NEVER HAVE A DHARMA HEIR. I recently watched most of episode one of AMC s remake of the classic Sixties TV show The Prisoner over at my friend Nina s house. She has cable and TiVo and I have neither. Unfortunately her TiVo thought the episode was an hour long when it was actually longer than that. So it cut off before the finish. In any case, I wasn t too upset. The show was good enough that I d like to have seen the ending. But not so compelling that I can even recall now exactly where things were when the TiVo decided to stop recording. I don t think I could have been anything but disappointed in any remake of The Prisoner. The original show was a big part of my education as a young man. I first watched it with my first Zen teacher, Tim, on his little black and white portable TV set in his basement apartment in Kent, Ohio. Tim didn t ...
http://hardcorezen.blogspot.com/2009/12/how-amcs-remake-of-prisoner-explains.html?showComment=1261319333725
*  The Prisoner Articles on AOL TV
They haven't bothered me any... If you've been watching the episodes over time and think you're going to get some sort of resolution with this final portion of the story, think again. I've viewed this series a number of times over the years and, frankly, I still don't totally get what Fall Out was all about. S01E15 Do you ever get the feeling that when each episode of The Prisoner was being conceptualized and filmed that Patrick McGoohan knew he was playing with the audience's minds. S01E112 Angered over the suicide of a fellow prisoner Number 73 resulting from relentless badgering from the new Number 2, Number 6 decides to pull out all the stops to avenge Number 73's death. At this point in the Prisoner story, it seems that Number 6 is not interested in escaping from the Village. That doesn't mean to say he's given up--but it appears that his motivation is more to frustrate and humiliate his captors. If you are interested in getting a feel for the series, number one fan Michael Sciannamea is currently ...
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*  Thousands of Calif prisoners refusing state food | SanDiegoUnionTribune.com
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*  Unlocking America: Why and How to Reduce America's Prison Population | Drug Policy Alliance
Unlocking America: Why and How to Reduce America s Prison Population. Drug Policy Alliance. Skip to Main Content Area. Donate Now. Issues. Reforming Marijuana Laws. Prohibition Legalization and Regulation Medical Marijuana. Harm Reduction. Overdose 911 Good Samaritan Treatment Discrimination Supervised Injection Facilities Syringe Access Replacement Therapy. Fighting Injustice. Convictions and Punishments Mass Criminalization Race and the Drug War Women and Gender. Protecting Youth. Drug Education Drug Testing Families Student Loan Access Zero Tolerance. Defending Liberties. Constitutional Protections Discrimination Drug Testing Drug Use Families. Making Economic Sense. Wasted Tax Dollars Distorted Incentives Prohibition and Violence Supply and Demand. Global Reform. Latin America. Action. Take Action Activist Toolkits Our Victories Get Help. Facts. Drug Facts. Marijuana Heroin MDMA Ecstasy, Molly Cocaine Crack Methamphetamine Psychedelics. Drug War Statistics New Solutions for Drug Policy. A Sensible Plan ...
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*  FedCURE - Second Look, BARBER AMENDMENT, Good Time Bill, The Second Chance Reauthorization Act, Inma
... te Reentry, Hybrid Parole System, Federal Prison, Federal Inmate s, Federal CURE, White House Office for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Reentry Program FBNPRP, "Using Technology To Bring About Federal Criminal Justice Reform" TM,. Federal Inmate Population is now 206,307+/- people. FedCURE's Contact Congress Campaign: BARBER Amemdment Good Time Bill FedCURE On PBS. BARBER AMENDMENT ~ legislation to establish a hybrid system of parole and increased good time allowances; repeal mandatory minimum sentences; fast track compassionate release for terminally ill inmates; restore PELL grants; and develop 'White House Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships Reentry Programs,' for all federal offenders; and promote a system that incarcerates fewer people and provides humane conditions for those who are incarcerated or under post-incarceration supervision via parole or supervised release. FedCURE's White House Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships reentry proposal would create almost unlimited bed ...
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*  Prisoners of War - Quest - World of Warcraft
... Comments. 2 Go into the Cave, use your new Chloroform ability on the guard who is at the back of the cave. 3 Get the key. John J Keeshan This Ain't My War Weapons of War Accepting this enables Render's Army and Surveying Equipment His Heart Must Be In It In Search of Bravo Company I'm not sure what the exact prerequisties are Breaking out is hard to do Jorgensen Krakauer And Last but not Least...Danforth Return of the Bravo Company They Drew First Blood It's Never over Then do these together: Bravo Company Field Kit: Camouflage Bravo Company Field Kit: Chloroform Hunting the Hinters Point of Contact: Brubake r and Unspeakable Atrocities Main chain Continues Prisoners of War To Win a War, You Gotta Become War Detonation Shadowhide Extinction now available The Dark Tower The Grand Magus Doane AHHHHH. The Camo doesn't work, Jorgensen is never camo'ed anyway and aggro's everything. With a bit of care you can forget the field kit and pick off the mobs one at a time, using Jorgensen as a meat shield. ...
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*  China May Stop Harvesting Organs From Executed Prisoners - 80beats : 80beats
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*  Donald Forbes
... april was a scottish convicted murderer forbes was convicted and jailed on three separate occasions twice for murder and once for drug offenses he was at one time branded as scotland s most dangerous man forbes was found guilty of murder in after a robbery at a fish factory in edinburgh during the robbery he murdered night watchman allan fisher forbes was originally sentenced to the death penalty but it was reduced to life imprisonment years after the offense forbes was freed only weeks after being released forbes committed murder again this time in a pub during a brawl he was jailed again one year after the second imprisonment he escaped from the maximum security wing but was later caught he was released in in he was branded scotland s oldest drugs baron at the age of forbes was arrested for preparing large quantities of cocaine and cannabis for sale forbes was caught after an anonymous tip off bbc news forbes died in hospital on april while still serving his prison sentence bbc news references ...
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*  Sourcebook Index - PRISONERS / Federal / Age
sourcebook index prisoners federal age home contents table lists topics a z what s new focus on archive contact us help sections criminal justice characteristics public opinion crime victims arrests seizures courts prosecution sentencing parole jails prisons death penalty prisoners federal age characteristics of federal prisoners united states yearend table pdf csv characteristics of federal prisoners by type of facility united states yearend table pdf csv top of this page home contents table lists topics a z what s new focus on archive contact us help source annotations contributors addresses appendices search site map about sourcebook university at albany hindelang criminal justice research center
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*  Murder (Danish law)
murder danish law murder danish law in denmark manddrab manslaughter is the term used by the danish penalty law to describe the act of intentionally killing another person no distinction between manslaughter and murder exists the penalty goes from a minimum of five years six years in the case of regicide to imprisonment for life the standard punishment for manslaughter i e where there are neither aggravating or mitigating circumstances is years imprisonment besides the general offence described above there are more specific homicide offences in danish law that are not considered as grave as manslaughter infanticide is defined as a mother who kills her child during or immediately after childbirth due to distress fear of infamy or under the influence of a debilitation bewilderment or perplexity caused by giving birth and is punished with imprisonment for up to four years euthanasia is defined as killing somebody on their definite request and is punished with imprisonment for up to three years while attempting ...
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(1/986) Medical practice: defendants and prisoners.

It is argued in this paper that a doctor cannot serve two masters. The work of the prison medical officer is examined and it is shown that his dual allegiance to the state and to those individuals who are under his care results in activities which largely favour the former. The World Health Organisation prescribes a system of health ethics which indicates, in qualitative terms, the responsibility of each state for health provisions. In contrast, the World Medical Association acts as both promulgator and guardian of a code of medical ethics which determines the responsibilities of the doctor to his patient. In the historical sense medical practitioners have always emphasized the sanctity of the relationship with their patients and the doctor's role as an expert witness is shown to have centered around this bond. The development of medical services in prisons has focused more on the partnership between doctor and institution. Imprisonment in itself could be seen as prejudicial to health as are disciplinary methods which are more obviously detrimental. The involvement of medical practitioners in such procedures is discussed in the light of their role as the prisoner's personal physician.  (+info)

(2/986) The place of medicine in the American prison: ethical issues in the treatment of offenders.

In Britain doctors and others concerned with the treatment of offenders in prison may consult the Butler Report (see Focus, pp 157) and specialist journals, but these sources are concerned with the system in Britain only. In America the situation is different, both in organization and in certain attitudes. Dr Peter L Sissons has therefore provided a companion article to that of Dr Paul Bowden (page 163) describing the various medical issues in prisons. The main difference between the treatment of offenders in prisons in America and in Britain lies in the nature of the federal system which means that each state may operate a different system in a variety of prisons and prison medical services are as various. Nationally, the prison systems are 'structured to treat and cure the offender'. Therefore it follows that the prison medical officer is only one of the professionals concerned with this 'cure' of the offender. This principle also applies to any form of research: medical research in prisons is part of a programme which covers a wide field of social and judicial research. The prison medical officer (where there is one) has of course to look after sick prisoners, and the American idea of 'cure' is also expressed in the need for more corrective surgery where, for example, it is necessary to remove physical impediments to social rehabilitation. But a doctor is only found on the staff of those institutions which are large: in the smaller prisons there may be only first-aid facilities, and no specially appointed doctor in the community. Moreover medicines are often dispensed by medical auxiliaries who are sometimes prisoners themselves. Finally, in America prisoners are regularly invited to volunteer as subjects for medical and social research for which they are paid. In short, although it is hoped to 'cure' a prisoner he is a criminal first and a patient second.  (+info)

(3/986) Mortality among homeless shelter residents in New York City.

OBJECTIVES: This study examined the rates and predictors of mortality among sheltered homeless men and women in New York City. METHODS: Identifying data on a representative sample of shelter residents surveyed in 1987 were matched against national mortality records for 1987 through 1994. Standardized mortality ratios were computed to compare death rates among homeless people with those of the general US and New York City populations. Logistic regression analysis was used to examine predictors of mortality within the homeless sample. RESULTS: Age-adjusted death rates of homeless men and women were 4 times those of the general US population and 2 to 3 times those of the general population of New York City. Among homeless men, prior use of injectable drugs, incarceration, and chronic homelessness increased the likelihood of death. CONCLUSIONS: For homeless shelter users, chronic homelessness itself compounds the high risk of death associated with disease/disability and intravenous drug use. Interventions must address not only the health conditions of the homeless but also the societal conditions that perpetuate homelessness.  (+info)

(4/986) An evaluation of "informed consent" with volunteer prisoner subjects.

"Informed consent" sets a goal for investigators experimenting with human subjects, but little is known about how to achieve or evaluate it in an experiment. In a 3-year, double-blind study with incarcerated men, we attempted to provide a "free and informed consent" and evaluated our efforts with an unannounced questionnaire administered to subjects after they completed the experiment. At that time, approximately two-thirds had sufficient information for an informed consent, but only one-third was well informed about all key aspects of the experiment and one-third was insufficiently informed to give an informed consent. We found that institution- or study-based coercion was minimal in our experiment. From our evaluation of the questionnaire and experience at the study institution, we conclude that an experiment with human subjects should be designed to include an ongoing evaluation of informed consent, and active attempts should be made to avoid or minimize coercive inducements. Experiments with significant risk, which require a long duration and/or large sample size relative to the institution's population, should probably not be performed on prisoner subjects. The experimenter should be independent of the penal institution's power structure. Presenting and explaining a consent form to volunteers on one occasion is probably an in adequate procedure for obtaining and maintaining an informed consent.  (+info)

(5/986) Clinical evaluation of the enhanced Gen-Probe Amplified Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Direct Test for rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis in prison inmates.

The reliability of the enhanced Amplified Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Direct Test (E-MTD; Gen-Probe, Inc., San Diego, Calif.) for rapid diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) was evaluated by testing 1, 004 respiratory specimens from 489 Texas prison inmates. Results were compared to those of mycobacterial culture (BACTEC TB 460 and Middlebrook 7H11 biplates), smear for acid-fast bacilli (AFB; auramine O), and clinical course. After chart review, three patients (nine specimens) who were on antituberculosis therapy before the study began were excluded from final analysis. Of the remaining 995 specimens, 21 were AFB smear positive: 13 grew Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC), 6 grew nontuberculous mycobacteria, and 2 (from two patients diagnosed with TB and started on therapy after the study began) were culture negative. Twenty-eight specimens (20 patients) were positive for MTBC by culture and E-MTD. Seven specimens (seven patients) were positive by culture alone; three were from patients who had other E-MTD-positive specimens, two were false-positive cultures, and two were false-negative E-MTD results. Eight specimens were positive by E-MTD only; four specimens (four patients) were false-positive E-MTD results, and four specimens were from two patients with earlier E-MTD-positive specimens that grew MTBC. Thus, there were 22 patients with TB (10 smear positive and 12 smear negative). The sensitivity and specificity of the AFB smear for diagnosis of TB, by patient, were 45.5 and 98.9%, respectively. After resolving discrepancies, these same values for E-MTD were 90.9 and 99.1% overall, 100 and 100% for the smear-positive patients, and 83.3 and 99.1% for the smear-negative patients. Excluding the one smear-negative patient whose E-MTD-negative, MTBC culture-positive specimen contained inhibitory substances, the sensitivity of E-MTD was 95.2% overall and 90.9% in smear-negative patients. The specificity and positive predictive value of E-MTD can be improved, without altering other performance characteristics, by modifying the equivocal zone recommended by the manufacturer. These data suggest that E-MTD is a reliable method for rapid diagnosis of pulmonary TB, irrespective of the AFB smear result. Guidelines for the most appropriate use of E-MTD with smear-negative patients are needed.  (+info)

(6/986) Prevalence of hepatitis C in prisons: WASH-C surveillance linked to self-reported risk behaviours.

We used cross-sectional willing anonymous salivary hepatitis C (WASH-C) surveillance linked to self-completed risk-factor questionnaires to estimate the prevalence of salivary hepatitis C antibodies (HepCAbS) in five Scottish prisons from 1994 to 1996. Of 2121 available inmates, 1864 (88%) participated and 1532/1864 (82%) stored samples were suitable for testing. Overall 311/1532 (20.3%, prevalence 95% CI 18.3-22.3%) were HepCAbS-positive: 265/536 (49%, 95% CI 45-54%) injector-inmates but only 27/899 (3%, 95% CI 2-4%) non-injector-inmates. Among injectors, HepCAbS positivity was only slightly higher (p = 0.03) in those who had injected inside prison (53%, 162/305) than in those who had not (44%, 98/224). Those who began injecting in 1992-96 were much less likely to be HepCAbS-positive than those who started pre-1992 (31%, 35/114 vs. 55%, 230/422; p < 0.001). Even with injectors who began in 1992-96 but had never injected inside prison, the prevalence of hepatitis C carriage was 17/63 (95% CI 16-38%). The prevalence and potential transmissibility of hepatitis C in injector-inmates are both high. Promoting 'off injecting' before 'off drugs' (both inside and outside prison), methadone prescription during short incarcerations, alternatives to prison, and support of HepCAbS-positive inmates in becoming eligible for treatment, all warrant urgent consideration.  (+info)

(7/986) Prevalence and correlates of hepatitis C virus infection among inmates entering the California correctional system.

To estimate the prevalence and predictors of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection among inmates, a cross-sectional survey was conducted in 1994 among inmates entering six reception centers of the California Department of Corrections. Discarded serum samples were tested for antibodies to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), HCV, hepatitis B core, and hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg). Of 4,513 inmates in this study, 87.0% were men and 13.0% were women. Among male inmates, 39.4% were anti-HCV-positive; by race/ethnicity, prevalences were highest among whites (49.1%). Among female inmates, 53.5% were anti-HCV-positive; the prevalence was highest among Latinas (69.7%). In addition, rates for HIV were 2.5% for men and 3.1% for women; and for HBsAg, 2.2% (men) and 1.2% (women). These data indicate that HCV infection is common among both men and women entering prison. The high seroprevalence of anti-HCV-positive inmates may reflect an increased prevalence of high-risk behaviors and should be of concern to the communities to which these inmates will be released.  (+info)

(8/986) Challenge of Goodness II: new humanitarian technology, developed in croatia and bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991-1995, and applied and evaluated in Kosovo 1999.

This paper presents improvements of the humanitarian proposals of the Challenge of Goodness project published earlier (1). In 1999 Kosovo crisis, these proposals were checked in practice. The priority was again on the practical intervention - helping people directly - to prevent, stop, and ease suffering. Kosovo experience also prompted us to modify the concept of the Challenge of Goodness. It should include research and education (1. redefinition of health, 2. confronting genocide, 3. university studies and education, and 4. collecting experience); evaluation (1. Red Cross forum, 2. organization and technology assessment, 3. Open Hand - Experience of Good People); activities in different stages of war or conflict in: 1. prevention (right to a home, Hate Watch, early warning), 2. duration (refugee camps, prisoners-of-war camps, global hospital, minorities), 3. end of conflict (planned, organized, and evaluated protection), 4. post conflict (remaini ng and abandoned populations, prisoners of war and missing persons, civilian participation, return, and renewal). Effectiveness of humanitarian intervention may be performed by politicians, soldiers, humanitarian workers, and volunteers, but the responsibility lies on science. Science must objectively collect data, develop hypotheses, check them in practice, allow education, and be the force of good, upon which everybody can rely. Never since the World War II has anybody in Europe suffered in war and conflict so much as peoples in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo. We should search for the meaning of their suffering, and develop new knowledge and technology of peace.  (+info)


Guantanamo


  • A television cameraman held prisoner for years at the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has issued an impassioned plea for the release of a fellow journalist kidnapped in Gaza. (reuters.com)
  • P retrial hearings for a Guantanamo prisoner accused of orchestrating a deadly attack on a U.S. warship were brought to a temporary standstill on Monday as defense lawyers raised concerns that intelligence agents were eavesdropping on confidential attorney-client conversations. (chicagotribune.com)
  • A GUANTANAMO Bay prisoner has sensationally claimed he has been forced into having sex with female guards. (dailystar.co.uk)


Hugh Jackman


  • Hugh Jackman as a desperate father in 'Prisoners. (latimes.com)
  • Hugh Jackman, left, forgoes any formalities in asking Paul Dano for information in "Prisoners. (baltimoresun.com)
  • There aren't any light or playful moments in 'Prisoners,' a disturbing revenge thriller starring Hugh Jackman as a survivalist taking the law in his own hands after his daughter disappears. (baltimoresun.com)


Palestinian


  • Nevertheless, "they are really suffering," said Sahar Francis, an attorney working with the Palestinian human and prisoners rights organization Ad Damir. (latimes.com)
  • On Wednesday, four prisoners were released from Guantánamo: an Egyptian, a Libyan and a Tunisian arrived in Albania, and a Palestinian arrived in Spain. (antiwar.com)
  • Gilad Shalit is being exchanged by the Israeli authorities for over 1000 Palestinian prisoners, many of them convicted of bloody terrorist crimes in Israel. (sverigesradio.se)
  • The now 25-year-old Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was captured by militant Palestinians on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel in the summer of 2006, he is now being released in exchange for over one thousand Palestinian prisoners. (sverigesradio.se)
  • She says that people are extatic that the Palestinian prisoners are now being freed. (sverigesradio.se)
  • The Palestinian Authority's only reason for agreeing to and continuing the peace negotiations with Israel is to bring about the release of prisoners, Fatah's spokesman Ahmad Assaf has indicated. (palwatch.org)
  • In that interview, Abbas explained that the PA sees all Palestinian prisoners, including those who targeted and murdered civilians, as legitimate fighters who should be released because when they committed their attacks, they were only following orders. (palwatch.org)
  • Note: In August 2013, Israel agreed to the PA demand that Palestinian prisoners be released as a precondition for renewing negotiations. (palwatch.org)


spokesman


  • But Fatah's spokesman calling the release of the prisoners 'blackmail,' together with Shaath's statement that they are just waiting for the prisoners to be released before they stop the negotiations, indicates that for the PA, the current round of peace talks may have been a charade. (palwatch.org)


prison


  • In the past, Israel has argued that it bears no responsibility for the prisoners held by its militia, the South Lebanon Army, at Khiam prison, where torture has been "endemic," according to groups such as Human Rights Watch. (latimes.com)
  • The difference is that Mr Walton is a convicted bank robber, and the 'employer' in question was Federal Prison Industries Inc., which employs prisoners in the federal penitentiary where Mr Walton is serving a 17 year sentence. (blogspot.com)
  • California's counties howled when Sacramento told them the state would be sending over some of its low-level prisoners to reduce state prison crowding. (mammothtimes.com)
  • In fact, the county is already hosting at least one prisoner who would otherwise be in state prison, with more expected in the future. (mammothtimes.com)
  • Prison officials have not yet distributed the organ donation forms to the eight prisoners on Utah's death row or to all of the 6,900 inmates in the system, Gehrke says. (nbcnews.com)


negotiations


  • Senior PA leader Nabil Shaath explained already in November and again in December 2013, that the reason the PA has not 'stopped negotiations,' is because the PA wants to first fulfill its goal of having all the prisoners Israel arrested before the Oslo Accords released. (palwatch.org)
  • Nabil Shaath, Fatah MP and Central Committee member and Commissioner of International Relations stated in November 2013 that 'due to the prisoners (of whom only half have been released) [parentheses in source], we haven't stopped negotiations and haven't petitioned the UN. (palwatch.org)


RELEASE


  • But it could soon become an issue for Israel, because the militant Islamic guerrilla movement Hezbollah, which is fighting the Jewish state in Lebanon, has said it will not accept a pullout that does not include the release of all Lebanese prisoners. (latimes.com)
  • Mohammed Safah, head of a Lebanese nongovernmental organization demanding the immediate release of all Lebanese prisoners of Israel, said he fears that some of the Khiam inmates might be transported to Israel for interrogation after the pullback. (latimes.com)
  • JERUSALEM - Two days of exhaustive talks on the release of Palestinians jailed in Israel broke down Wednesday over how it would be decided which prisoners would go free, negotiators said. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Stating that the PA 'blackmailed' Israel to release the prisoners, Assaf explained that by virtue of the PA's membership in the UN, the PA is able to threaten Israel with taking it to the International Criminal Court. (palwatch.org)
  • Assaf maintains that to prevent the PA from doing so, Israel agreed to release 104 prisoners, most of them serving life sentences for murder. (palwatch.org)
  • Israel has already released 78 of the prisoners, and has not yet announced if it will release the remaining 26. (palwatch.org)
  • We've been waving it around for two years now: We've obtained the release of the prisoners, we blackmailed [Israel], that is, in quotation marks, and we've taken important positions because we have a card that we're waving around. (palwatch.org)
  • Shaath emphasized that the leadership did not move forward on joining international organizations [until now] for one reason - which is ensuring the release of the remaining veteran prisoners who were arrested by Israel before the Oslo Accords, and that the leadership is awaiting their release. (palwatch.org)
  • Abbas: 'I demand [release of] prisoners because they are human beings, who did what we, we, ordered them to do. (palwatch.org)
  • Today's release is the second of four groups (totaling 104 prisoners) to be released. (palwatch.org)


Israel


  • But that didn't apply to the 11 Lebanese prisoners who have been convicted in Israel of various security offenses. (latimes.com)
  • It said Zygier's family had accused Israel of negligence in the so-called "Prisoner X" affair and had sought compensation. (reuters.com)
  • Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu freed common criminals instead of ``security prisoners'' - Palestinians jailed for anti-Israel activities. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • A huge prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas began this morning, as a kidnapped Israeli soldier was returned home for the first time in 26 years. (sverigesradio.se)


Video


  • Someone outside the courtroom briefly cut the closed-circuit feed that provides sound and video to public viewing areas during a pretrial hearing for five prisoners accused of plotting the Sept. 11, 2001, hijacked plane attacks. (chicagotribune.com)


jail


  • In 2005, the ECHR said it was up to individual countries to decide which prisoners should be denied the right to vote from jail, but that a total ban was illegal. (sky.com)


ISSUE


  • MPs are to be given another say on whether to give prisoners the vote, as the deadline for Britain to comply with a European ruling on the controversial issue looms. (sky.com)
  • When this war situation closes, also this prisoners [issue] will be closed. (latimes.com)
  • Whether to accept organs from prisoners has long been a thorny issue. (nbcnews.com)


eight


  • Albania has now taken eleven cleared prisoners from Guantánamo, having accepted eight in 2006, when no other country in the world was prepared to do so ( five Uighurs , an Algerian , an Egyptian and an ethnic Uzbek from the former Soviet Union ). (antiwar.com)


held


  • Their stories, like those of the majority of the 584 prisoners released from Guantánamo, demonstrate, yet again, that, behind the blustering rhetoric of former Vice President Dick Cheney and his swarming acolytes, the majority of the men held at Guantánamo had no involvement with terrorism, and that a disturbingly large number of them were innocent men seized by mistake. (antiwar.com)
  • I believe you are not fully aware of the true story (neither am I) but I'm sure what you described is not the reason why they're being held prisoner. (scienceblogs.com)


case


  • In a case where the prisoner is on death row and the question is of harvesting organs after execution, I remain steadfastly opposed," says Dr. Paul R. Helft, director of the Charles Warren Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics at Indiana University. (nbcnews.com)


five


  • The Spanish government, which declared last week that it would take up to five cleared prisoners from Guantánamo, announced that the first of these men arrived in Spain on Wednesday. (antiwar.com)


accept


  • He added that Spain would only accept prisoners 'with no criminal charges in the European Union, the United States or their countries of origin. (antiwar.com)


include


  • Records include weight, height, sentencing history and prisoner photos when available. (ala.org)


reviews


  • Prisoners" is a uniquely 21st century creation, an anomaly that's made by an art-house dude looking to go more commercial, and by a commercial producer that doesn't mind some strong reviews once in awhile. (latimes.com)


Week


  • There was a decided uptick in quality this weekend at the Goldwyn with a one-two punch of 'Rush' and 'Prisoners,' fine films that seemed to impress academy members as much as they did festival crowds when they played in Toronto last week. (baltimoresun.com)


national


  • Contains national information on prisoners who were in custody on 30 June each year. (abs.gov.au)
  • At 30 June 2011, the national imprisonment rate was 167 prisoners per 100,000 adult population, down from 172 prisoners per 100,000 adult population in 2010. (abs.gov.au)


nearly


  • In late summer, the Depart-ment of Corrections reduced by nearly 20 percent the number of calories female prisoners can have on a daily basis, dropping the average from 3,050 to 2,472. (augusta.com)


security


  • Inmates considered dangerous exercise in the maximum security yard, which has an armed guard tower and an unarmed guard on the ground with the prisoners. (orlandosentinel.com)


given


  • The UK's current blanket ban on prisoners voting has been judged as unlawful by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and officials in Strasbourg have given the Government until Friday to comply with the ruling. (sky.com)
  • The prisoners were given tips on scriptwriting and how to construct jokes. (dailyrecord.co.uk)


situation


  • Local media are constantly updating the situation as the prisoner exchange develops. (sverigesradio.se)


population


  • The Utah law does not discriminate between general population prisoners and death-row inmates, Eliason noted. (nbcnews.com)


either


  • Prisoners" is either the most exceptional piece of conventional filmmaking in Hollywood or the most conventional piece of exceptional filmmaking. (latimes.com)


general


  • Utah's governor, Gary R. Herbert, signed the first state law on March 28 that explicitly permits general prisoners to sign up for organ donation -- and cracks the door to the controversial option of allowing death-row inmates to donate as well. (nbcnews.com)


time


  • Eliason first proposed a bill allowing prisoners to donate organs last year, but time ran out before it could be fully considered. (nbcnews.com)


available


  • Database is only searchable by name and prisoner number, although some limiters are available. (ala.org)


state


  • First in Series: Secret Of The Power Of The Soviet State Second in Series: Interrogation Arrest and Condemnation of German Prisoners of War in Soviet Russia Third in Series: Disabilities of Repatriated Prisoners from Russia [you are here] Digitized by the Combined Arms Research Library (CARL). (archive.org)
  • No state allows donation of organs from executed prisoners. (nbcnews.com)
  • They can be searched in different ways and the amount of information about a particular prisoner can vary widely from state to state. (ala.org)


last


  • David Cameron told the Commons last month: "I do not want prisoners to have the vote, and they should not get the vote - I am very clear about that. (sky.com)
  • Cementing its role as America's closest ally when it comes to clearing up 'the mess' that is Guantánamo (to quote President Obama's words from last May), the Albanian Ministry of Interior announced on Wednesday that it had accepted three cleared prisoners, who cannot be repatriated because of fears that they will be tortured, or subjected to other ill-treatment if returned to their home countries. (antiwar.com)


Third


  • This study is the third of a series dealing with the experiences of German prisoners of the Russians. (archive.org)
  • Announcing the arrival of three prisoners in Albania, the Ministry of the Interior stated, 'This transfer is a result of the engagement of the Albanian government in backing the Obama administration's policy to close the detention center in Guantánamo and transfer prisoners to friendly and safe third countries. (antiwar.com)


countries


  • All four had been cleared by military review boards at Guantánamo under the Bush administration, and had then been cleared by President Obama's interagency Task Force, but, like dozens of prisoners in Guantánamo, they could not be repatriated because of fears that they would be tortured if returned to their home countries, or because they were effectively stateless. (antiwar.com)
  • According to the press agency dpa , Rubalcaba explained that he 'would get a residence permit, the possibility to work and freedom of movement in Spain, though Guantánamo prisoners taken by European countries could not leave those countries. (antiwar.com)


Second


  • Second part of a series of three dealing with the experiences of German prisoners of the Russians. (archive.org)


How do prisoners get so strong without a large source of protein?


  • There meals consist of a regular diet. Not much protein is given to the prisoners....how do they do it?
  • While steroids do make their way into prison systems.. just like every other illegal drug -- it is a simple matter of genetics and hard work. Think about it: There are two motivations for working out regularly in prison: 1) For stature, reputation, to go from being a target to one who isn't to be 'messed with', and if something does happen to have the strength to defend yourself. 2) Because you are bored! There isn't alot to do when incarcerated so staying on a rigorous workout routine is very easy to stick to due to availability and pretty much no excuse "not" to work out. The fact that those who work out in prison are more apt to continue to do so on a daily basis is where you see such a prevalence of results. We don't see it in everyday life as much because it takes a regular time commitment everyday (or 5 days a week).. the majority of people are on and off the wagon so much they never get any substantial results. It also doesn't take 200-300grams of protein a day to develop your body. It is recommended to get at least 1 gram per lb of body weight, but it certainly doesn't prevent pretty substantial gains when you obtain less than this. Prisoners, especially those in long term stays are fed quite well and VERY regularly. Their body eats at the exact same times every day. This is beneficial to a body adapting to resistance training. Again, you can't rule out the steroids. The guys who are insanely large either have incredible genetics or are on the juice. Otherwise they just work hard and regularly and what seems 'so strong' is what most people could do if they had no other real choice in the matter.


Is gay activity common among male prisoners serving life sentences?


  • I am not talking about prison rape, but rather consensual sexual activity, especially among male lifers who have no chance for parole. Would most male prisoners serving life sentences turn to other men, in order to fulfill their sexual needs, especially if they know that they will never have the chance to enjoy intimacy with a female?
  • There are male prison prostitutes that belong to other men who hire them out, then there are the prisoners who voluntarily pick a man for protection and yeah, sometimes they get hired out as well, then there are the guys who are strong enough to hire themselves out, and the guys who keep another guy for himself and won't loan him out at all. Most of the relationships are between a "pitcher" and a "catcher" and the weaker guy typically does all the catching. Many guys just use their hands or improvise a sex toy (banana peel, plastic bag with lube etc.) as there are not enough willing guys to go around and also there's the fear of diseases and penalties of getting caught. Relationships do not last for long as you are constantly being shuffled around among housing units, in and out the hole, transferred to a different prison as your classification level changes etc. The guys that get the worst of it are the guys caught and sold by the gangs. They actually have to get their butt holes stitched up because so many guys use them. Living nightmare for some but once a prison wife always a prison wife and you can never be a "man" behind prison walls again.


Is gay activity common among male prisoners serving life sentences?


  • I am not talking about prison rape, but rather consensual sexual activity, especially among male lifers who have no chance for parole. Would most male prisoners serving life sentences turn to other men, in order to fulfill their sexual needs, especially if they know that they will never have the chance to enjoy intimacy with a female?
  • depends if its a celebrity prisoner which they have to b kept from general population cuz they will b killed but usually yes they do that most rumors r true about wat they do but even do alot of worse things to u besides rape


What do prisoners do when they exercise in prison?


  • I read all this stuff in health and fitness magazines about exercise. They say you have to do this and that, eat this and that. But I'm pretty sue that prisoners don't have the time to make sure they do things like eat 5 whole eggs in the morning and things like that, yet, I see some pretty muscle bound guys come out of prison. Some people look at them and say: "Now those are prison muscles". What do these guys do?
  • Men's prisons have a weight room. Women's prisons have outside equipment for pullups, situps, etc. and they speed walk. They also get store money to buy stuff and they gamble it so some of them have extra food. They all have assigned jobs to do but also have free time.


How often do male prisoners get strip searched by officers?


  • Do you male prisoners get strip searched on a daily basis and is this at least done in private?
  • Quite frequently all being well so you should find it quite entertaining in there - and it's done in front of all the other inmates and officers. Wow - won't THAT be fun for you !


How many calories do prisoners eat?


  • I have heard some prisoners start bodybuilding in prison, i was wondering how is this possible. They dont allow any steroids in prison and the meal isnt even good enough, but how do they still get big?
  • Dont allow steroids? LMAO If they can get coke in prison they can get roids, but they eat up to 4000 calories a day. They get 3 full meals.


Why are male prisoners given white socks to wear?


  • Why are male prisoners in all US prisons and jails given white socks to wear with their jumpsuit, when these end up looking dirty really quickly. Wouldn't black socks make more sense, especially considering that a growing number of jails and prisons have a strict no-shoes policy indoors, where all inmates are in their socks for most of the day?
  • Apparently they give prisoners white sox and underwear. I guess they use bleach on them so it only makes sense they would use white that way they can be sterilized so others can use them without getting crabs and what not.


How often do male prisoners get strip searched by guards?


  • Is strip searching actually a daily occurrence for male prisoners or does it only happen during intake?
  • Bro, it all depends on the kind of prisoner u are & the individual prison's official (and unofficial) policy. if u are hi-risk, violent offender, known to possess weapons, drugs, etc., it wouldn't be every day but likely much more often. The real secret, tho, is that there's more stripping (and beyond) going down b/t the young best-looking noobs & buff horny (closet case) guards than lap dances at t-tty bars. Hope u aren't headed up the river, but if u are, & considered good-looking, I'd get real ugly real fast!