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Federal Prison Oversight Act

Federal Prison Oversight Act (H.R. 3019 / S. 1401)

The Federal Prison Oversight Act represents a significant and urgent step towards addressing systemic issues within the Federal Bureau of Prisons. This bipartisan legislation is designed to overhaul prison oversight and ensure the health, safety, and rights of incarcerated individuals and staff. This comprehensive article will delve into the Act’s critical aspects, objectives, and anticipated

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Criminogenic | Criminogenic Needs

Criminogenic Needs: Keys to Reducing Recidivism

The concept of “criminogenic” plays a pivotal role in understanding and addressing the factors contributing to criminal behavior. This blog post delves into the definition of criminogenic, explores criminogenic needs and risk factors, and examines dynamic risk factors. Understanding these elements helps us to better address the underlying causes of criminal behavior and reduce recidivism.

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Death in Custody | In-Custody Death

Department of Justice Report Highlights Inmate Deaths in Federal Custody

The Federal Bureau of Prisons is facing a grave concern as the rate of inmate deaths is alarmingly high. By adopting a more holistic approach to inmate health and safety, one that addresses the underlying causes of mortality both in and out of custody, the Bureau can take significant steps towards reducing inmate deaths and improving the overall effectiveness of the federal prison system.

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Western Union Inmate | Western Union Send Money to Inmates

Western Union Inmate | Western Union Send Money to Inmates

Looking for information on how to use Western Union for inmates? Want to know how to use Western Union to send money to inmates? If so, you’ve come to the right place. The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) recognizes the importance of connecting inmates with their loved ones. In addition to facilitating visits, phone calls,

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Sam Bankman Fried Prison

Sam Bankman Fried Prison | What is SBF’s Prison?

Following Sam Bankman Fried’s November 2, 2023, guilty jury verdicts, all eyes are turning toward his March 28, 2024, sentencing. Likewise, many are wondering where SBF will serve his time in federal prison. This article discusses the Bureau’s designation policies, likely facility placement, and what Sam Bankman-Fried’s life will be like in federal prison. Sam

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MoneyGram Inmates

MoneyGram: How to Send Money to Federal Inmates

Sending money to a federal inmate through MoneyGram can be efficient and hassle-free, provided you adhere to the appropriate guidelines and procedures. It is imperative to follow a step-by-step process to ensure a smooth transaction. By following these steps, you can alleviate any potential complications or delays while sending money to a federal inmate through

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Best Federal Prisons | Best Minimum Security Federal Prisons

Best Federal Prisons To Serve Time

You can find over a hundred federal prisons in the United States today. However, these prisons aren’t equal; some are better than others regarding safety, comfort, and amenities. Knowing the best federal prisons for your unique situation is extremely helpful in ensuring you are assigned to the easiest and safest place for you to serve

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TruthOut – Voting in Prison

Christopher Zoukis writes about the lack of the right to vote in prison. While felon voting varies from state to state, most felons lose their right to vote when incarcerated. It is also possible that the right to vote will not be given back to them even after they have been released and are functioning

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TruthOut – Transgendered Prisoners

Victoria Law writes about the treatment of transgender prisoners and the many areas the current prison system needs to improve. Read: Despite Advances, the Trans Struggle for Justice Behind Bars Is Just Beginning

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