Via The Marshall Project Surprising new research suggests parolees who go somewhere new are less likely to offend again. By … Continue reading You Can’t Go Home Again
By Christopher Moraff (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) Many of the roughly 10,000 inmates who exit U.S. prisons each week following … Continue reading Out of Prison, But No Place to Go
Written By Don Carpenter and Sue Crabtree We are Treading in murky waters these days. As … Continue reading Help Bring w0rmer Home and Reunite his Family #Freeanons
By PAIGE ST. JOHN California parole officials Monday said the state is ready to begin the early release of elderly and … Continue reading California expands parole for elderly, medically frail
America’s “Offender-Funded” Probation Industry The United States Supreme Court has ruled that a person sentenced to probation cannot then be … Continue reading Think private prisons are a problem? The perils of privatized probation
by Robin Andersen Published by Common Dreams A sister fights for the life of her brother who she says is being tortured … Continue reading A California Jail Is Torturing My Brother to Death
“Recidivism” is a fancy word to describe people who commit another crime after being released from prison. Recidivism is a … Continue reading What is recidivism?