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Prison Inmate Search - Prison Locator - Inmate Locator | Prison Path
  • A video shows Mr. Gray, screaming in pain, while dragged by two police officers to a police van. Once more, our country is debating the police treatment of minorities. We need to know what happened to Mr. Gray. View more

  • Why All Judges Should Spend One Week in a Prison

    I am not suggesting that our future dispenser of justice should be incarcerated with other inmates. The week of incarceration can be in a completely segregated protected unit or in a closed prison. View more

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Prison Path Mission: When a first time offender is locked up, 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.Second priority is to find an experienced criminal defence attorney and a knowledgeable bail bondsman. 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.

Our Jails are Misused

American Jails affect more Americans than our federal and state prisons. According to the Vera Institute of Justice’s report, “Incarceration’s Front Door:The Misuse of Jails in America,” our 3,000 jails have daily 731,000 inmates. Although the federal and state prisons have about 1,500,000 inmates during any given year, annual admissions to jails are almost 12 […]

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“The Shawshank Redemption”–Again

U.S. marshals arrested this week, Frank Freshwaters, who escaped from prison in 1959. He was convicted in 1957 of manslaughter, when he killed a pedestrian while speeding. The court sentenced the twenty year old to twenty years, but suspended the sentence. He pushed his luck too far, when he was caught two years later driving […]

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The Crisis of Aging Inmates

Many elderly inmates are now in their 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. The release of these inmates, many who were imprisoned for non-violent crimes and/or drug possession would not constitute a danger to their communities. A fiscal analysis by the ACLU  found that states would save approximately $66,000 a year for each elderly inmate released from […]

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Freddie Gray’s Police Van Ride

By now, all of America has heard of Freddie Gray’s tragic death. Freddie Gray, a 25-year old Baltimore black man suffered a severe spine injury during his arrest and died one week later from his injuries. We do not know for certain at this time whether Mr. Gray suffered his fatal injury during the initial […]

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Provide Jobs–Reduce Incarceration Crisis

  It is not rocket science. You do not need a new committee to research ways how to reduce recidivism.  The United States has 25% of the world’s inmates despite having only 5% of the world’s population. Twenty Five percent of the world’s inmates means 2.3 million individuals in the United States are waiting for […]

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Why All Judges Should Spend One Week in a Prison

    Before an individual becomes a judge, it should be required that any future judge be locked up in a prison for one week. I am not suggesting that our future dispenser of justice should be incarcerated with other inmates. The week of incarceration can be in a completely segregated protected unit or in a closed prison. The […]

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