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Private vs. Public Correctional Facilities

As government budgets are reduced, the money for correctional facilities shrink. Many espouse the benefits of private prisons. The problem with privatization of the correctional system consists of one word–Profit. The less that is provided to inmates means greater profit to the private company in charge of the prison. Although I did not have any […]

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Creative Prison Options – “Knitting Behind Bars”

At first, the Jessup prison administration scoffed at the idea of male inmates knitting. The prison administration, in the end, agreed to this innovative program and decided to try a new avenue for the inmates of Jessup Pre-Release. Since the inception of the program, two years ago, your inmate locators will find many inmates knitting […]

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Can Inmates Collect Social Security?

The percentage of inmates in federal and state prisons aged 55 and older increased by 33% during the period of 2000 – 2005. The majority of this older prison population were already incarcerated before the onset of their golden years. A segment of this aging population start their imprisonment after the age of 62. The following […]

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Exorbitant Prison Phone Rates Saga Continues

As the story of exorbitant prison phone rates becomes more known to the public, the increasing demand for fair and reasonable prison phone rates will make a new system a reality. The segment of society that cares very little about an inmate’s daily life should now realize that exorbitant prison phone rates punishes not only […]

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“Exorbitant Prison Phone Call Rates”

Finally, there may be some relief for inmate’s families and inmates from the rip off phone call rates that have plagued so many for so long. the following article discusses the latest events about exorbitant prison phone call rates. FCC wants to lower sky-high prison phone call rates By David Goldman @CNNMoneyTech December 28, 2012: 2:11 […]

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Prison Overcrowding Continues

We have discussed the major problem of prison overcrowding in other articles this past year. Regarding overcrowding, there is no difference between jail vs. prison. Both types of facilities, suffer from this continuing troublesome problem. Overcrowding directly affects health issues and the extent of violence in a prison or jail. You put too many inmates […]

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Spokane Jails

There are two jails/correctional facilities in Spokane, Washington. The following general information was issued by Spokane County to assist the individuals who are incarcerated and their families. The information includes how to contact the inmate by phone, mail, or by visitation. Jail General Information There are two jails in Spokane County, the main jail behind […]

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The Overlooked Potential of Released Inmates

The outside world is clueless about inmates. Many think of most inmates as thugs who could not make it on the outside except for those white collar criminals who committed economic fraud and theft. Many of the incarcerated are not educated, but are bright and articulate individuals who have the potential to be successful and […]

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No Surprise that the System Lacks Compassion

After reading our last posted article on pregnant inmate’s shackled during labor, there should not be any surprise at the following article about compassionate leave in the Federal system. Prisons mirror the dark side of society. The following article by Carrie Johnson, NPR reports that the federal prison officials rarely grant “compassionate release.” November 30, […]

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Holiday Blues

Almost all families enjoy spending time together during the holiday season. This time of the year can be very hard and sad for both the inmates and their families. We at Prisonpath.com have prepared a list of tips and suggestions that will hopefully ease some of the sadness and angst of separation. First – The […]

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