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Part Time Inmates: Correctional Officers

Part Time Inmates: Correctional Officers

After two months of incarceration, it was clear that correctional officers were part--time inmates. Although they went home after their shift, a considerable part of their life was spent behind bars. They were not in the cells, but they also stared at dark walls and barbed wire. A recent article in the Nation concluded that correctional officers were also victims of "The Prison--Industrial Complex.". The report focused on the guards who worked on death row at The Allan B. Polunsky ...

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Prison Medical Care–”Be Patient or Pray”

Prison Medical Care--Be Patient or Pray

Private medical staff at one Arizona prison told sick inmates requesting medical care---"Be Patient or Pray."Doctors who visited the prisons in Arizona which provided privatized health care complained in reports about the atrocious medical care given to mentally ill inmates. Doctors have reported that the private health care staff would not prescribe essential medications, ignored completely serious symptoms, and refused medical care despite the inmates begging for help. For readers who immediately think that all inmates are faking, consider the cases ...

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United States is Addicted

United States is Addicted

Overcrowded prisons and jails are dangerous to the inmates, correctional officers, and at the end of the day, to society. One major cause of too many prisons and too many inmates is the excessive incarceration rate of nonviolent inmates. The United States is addicted to locking up nonviolent inmates. In Ohio, two young heroin addicts faced incarceration for drug addiction. In Hardin County, Kaylee Morrison was imprisoned for four years for violating drug laws. Ohio taxpayers will pay ...

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Correctional Officers, Inmates, & Respect

Correctional Officers, Inmates, & Respect

The relationship between inmates and correctional officers is complicated by the various issues that arise from an artificial environment. When you enter a prison, you enter a different universe. People on the outside think they know what prison is like, but they really do not know what prison is really like until they have a prison number or an officer's uniform. There are two types of residents in a prison. The full time residents are the inmates. The part time ...

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“The Holding Cell Jury”

The Holding Cell Jury

  From the creator of PrisonPath.com: I was incarcerated for fifteen months in the Maryland state prison system. During my journey, I encountered all types of individuals. I observed indifference, cruelty, and random acts of kindness from inmates and correctional officers. The following true prison story happened in April, 2011.    “THE HOLDING CELL JURY “ On April 21, I was being transported with two other inmates from the Maryland Correctional Training Center [MCTC], a medium security level prison in western Maryland, to Southern ...

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Prison Path Mission: When a first time offender is imprisoned, the inmate's family is left alone, frightened and confused. Understandably, the family's first priority is to locate their loved one and find out about visitation. Prison Path's free prison search will provide all of this information and more, at no cost to the user. Family members will be able to find the exact location of their loved one throughout their incarceration, learn the visitation rules for each respective facility, as well as other essential information that the family will need immediately and throughout the term of the inmate's incarceration. During such a stressful time, family members need to be able to access important information in an efficient manner.