* are released later in their sentences than other inmates
On paper, InnerChange was open to any inmate
who wanted to take part.
He reported that during December he had consensual, unprotected, receptive anal intercourse with 2 male inmates
at the correctional facility; both of these inmates
had chronic HIV infection.
The dental assistant training gives the inmates
the opportunity to remain busy and productive while in prison and potentially to receive time off their sentence.
All jails should assess the risks and needs each inmate
presents upon arrival at the jail, upon admittance to the booking room, upon admittance to the jail, and periodically during his or her stay to ensure critical inmate
management information is accurate and current.
Equipped with central heat and running water when the White House still used wood-burning stoves and latrines, the penitentiary represented an attempt to positively affect the lives of inmates
. In reality, PSAMPP's well-intentioned effort at reform led to the creation of the first "supermax" facility in the world.
In another incident reported by Amnesty International that happened during McCotter's watch, an inmate
at the Utah State Prison "was shackled to a steel board on a cell floor in four-point metal restraints for twelve weeks in 1995.
Lateef Islam, then a 21-year-old inmate
at Green Haven, remembers some of the Attica vets convincing him that, although he was a ninth grade dropout, he could handle even the most cerebral topics.
For example, a ruling by the Kansas Court of Appeals held that if an inmate
's decision not to eat meat is based on moral, not religious beliefs, the prison does not have to provide vegetarian meals.
TransCor controls 80 percent of the inmate
transport market, moving over 75,000 prisoners around the country every year.
These letters expand our understanding of the social composition of Leipzig's inmate
population as well as how inmates
related to the council.
Tragically, among these 1,450,000 inmates
are the parents of 2.4 million children.
fighting other inmates
not only creates an unsafe environment but is seen by many as closely related to the development and continuation of a violent inmate
subculture (Silberman, 1992).
These goals and objectives should focus on addressing the inmate
's needs that will make his or her adjustment to post release environments less stressful and more productive.
"I would have to believe what they believe to get into that program," said inmate
Jerry Ashburn, who described himself as a Christian but said he does not agree with InnerChange's views.