Firm to feature large presence the 141st Congress of Correction in Kissimmee, FL From August 5th to August 10th, 2011, JPay will be attending the 141st Congress of Correction in Kissimmee, FL, hosted by the American Correctional Association. The semi-annual ACA conference is one of the largest and most influential
Category: The Warden’s Desk
by an anonymous Warden Corrections officers aren’t the swearing, callous, violent thugs that television and movies make them out to be. The vast majority of prison guards and correctional officers would never dream of abusing an inmate, and those who do are themselves criminal. There is no excuse for abuse
We found this interesting video on YouTube, its a brief synopsis of whats to come in technology for private prisons. Enjoy!
A few weeks ago, I noted how Senator Jim Webb, a Democrat from Virginia, had taken up a heretofore not-so-popular issue to the general public: prison reform. In general, when legislators of both parties get involved in criminal justice and the penal system, it is primarily to write tougher laws.
By Deputy Warden Patrick Branson Technology Overview The term technology today is so widely accepted that we actually have divisions intended to separate one form from another. We have high tech, low tech, green technology, brown technology, space technology, hypertechnology, nanotechnology and finally, we even have the term “tech factor”