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When Prisoners Are Patients

When Prisoners Are Patients

Jan 30, 2015 | One Comment

As a nurse caring for prisoner patients, the first rule I learned — or figured out, because no one said it aloud — was not to ask what the prisoner had done to land there. Is it wrong to give understanding care to violators? In the end, I decided it was not. The job is […]

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Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Jan 16, 2015 | 32 Comments

Thought e-cards were a thing of the past? Think again. Filling a void found in many prisons, JPay has made digital greeting cards “en vogue” again. Pick a design, customize a message, attach to an email –and you’ve got instantaneous communication versus traditional mail. For about 35 cents each, less than the cost of an […]

Kids and Jails, a Bad Combination

Kids and Jails, a Bad Combination

Jan 5, 2015 | 7 Comments

One success in the justice system has been the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act passed by Congress in 1974 which sets protections for young people caught up in a criminal justice system built for adults. Although working, it’s in need of a serious upgrade – and it may get one soon with the introduction […]

Alternative Courts Can Transform Offenders, Not Just Punish Them

Alternative Courts Can Transform Offenders, Not Just Punish Them

Dec 9, 2014 | 16 Comments

With traditional sentencing methods proving ineffective, there are now more than 2,800 “problem-solving” courts nationwide designed to address the root causes of the arrest-imprisonment-and-re-arrest cycle for juveniles, veterans, the mentally ill, drunk drivers, etc. Studies are showing that graduates of these specialized programs have fewer relapses than individuals who are simply given probation or prison. […]

Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Jan 16, 2015 | 32 Comments
Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Thought e-cards were a thing of the past? Think again. Filling a void found in many prisons, JPay has made digital greeting cards “en vogue” again. Pick a design, customize a message, attach to an email –and you’ve got instantaneous communication versus traditional mail. For about 35 cents each, less than the cost of an […]

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Inmates Give Back in a BIG Way

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Video Visitation Contest WINNERS!

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When Prisoners Are Patients

Jan 30, 2015 | One Comment
When Prisoners Are Patients

As a nurse caring for prisoner patients, the first rule I learned — or figured out, because no one said it aloud — was not to ask what the prisoner had done to land there. Is it wrong to give understanding care to violators? In the end, I decided it was not. The job is […]

Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Prisoners Sending E-Cards Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

Jan 16, 2015 | 32 Comments
Kids and Jails, a Bad Combination

Kids and Jails, a Bad Combination

Jan 5, 2015 | 7 Comments
Alternative Courts Can Transform Offenders, Not Just Punish Them

Alternative Courts Can Transform Offenders, Not Just Punish Them

Dec 9, 2014 | 16 Comments