Prisons by Jeff Burlingame

By Jeff Burlingame

Show description

Read or Download Prisons PDF

Similar paranormal books

The Captive (Love Spell romance)

They would given him a host and brought away his identify. Taken his freedom, his domestic, his relations. every thing that made lifestyles worthy lifing. yet they could not take his wish. .. and she or he got here to him having a look like an angel with hair the colour of silver moonlight and eyes the colour of a turbulent sea. She tenderly taken care of his wounds whereas he lay in darkness, giving him the desire to head on.

Nice Girls Don't Date Dead Men (Jane Jameson, Book 2)

Following great women Don’t Have Fangs, the second one in a hilarious, shrewdpermanent, attractive romantic sequence approximately an out-of-work librarian who's become a vampire. along with her ally Zeb’s Titanic-themed marriage ceremony looming forward, new vampire Jane Jameson struggles to strengthen her budding courting along with her enigmatic sire, Gabriel.

Extra info for Prisons

Sample text

After many legal rulings against it, California was ordered by a panel of federal judges to reduce the number of prisoners in its overcrowded facilities and provide sufficient medical care for inmates. One specific example of California’s overcrowding can be found at Folsom State Prison in the city of Folsom. Folsom currently holds 3,540 men in a facility designed for 2,085, and there are fifteen to twenty documented assaults among prisoners each week. In reaction to the federal ruling, Governor Schwarzenegger promised to reduce the prison population by granting parole to prisoners convicted of nonviolent crimes.

They could even finish their degrees once they were released from prison by utilizing partnership opportunities offered by community colleges and universities. Boston University, along with Partakers, a nonprofit organization, has worked to provide college courses for inmates in Massachusetts, called the College Behind Bars Program. The program also includes mentoring for individual students by faculty members. ” Nevertheless, since states have needed to cut their budgets, some prison education programs have suffered.

Under the new approach, once in jail, such prisoners were forced to stop using crack and taken off any prescribed medications they were taking for various illnesses. Then they were watched closely and given medication only if severe problems occurred. However, “many of the women learned . . ” Mental illness was not the key problem for this particular group of women; substance abuse had been the problem. 53 Prisons In addition to coping with mental illness and substance abuse, correctional institutions also must deal with the problem of HIV/ AIDS.

Download PDF sample

Rated 5.00 of 5 – based on 22 votes