Visiting a Prisoner Can Help Reduce Crimes After Release

According to a study by researchers at the Minnesota Department of Corrections, prisoners who receive visitors were 13% less likely to commit another felony and 25% less likely to end up back in prison.

What this study portrays is that we are all humans, and humans need human interaction. This simple act makes for a more healthy society, even and especially so within the realm of prison society. And most astoundingly, data shows that the more visits a prisoner receives, the lower the chance of re-offending after release.

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