Should aging inmates be released?

The High Cost of Low Risk a new whitepaper by the Osborne Association.

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NEW Technologies at Summer Conferences

As the weather across the country continues to heat up so does the number of trade shows for the corrections industry. There is a plethora of equipment purchas...

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#last100executed

Who are they? The data from a new study on 100 people executed during 2012 and 2013 is now available in an infographic.

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Some jails offering skype-like visits.

Relatives who want to visit inmates in five Wisconsin counties no longer have to come to the jail in person, thanks to recently installed systems that allow the...

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Featured Articles

  • An arsenal for contraband control

    From information technology that singles out inmate call contacts, to kits and machines that detect explosives and drugs, to miniature video systems that resemble eyeballs and can be placed or thrown anywhere, the options available to control contraband fit every scenario.

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  • Job Search Simplified

    A kiosk that permits soon-to-be-released inmates to search nearly 2 million local state and nationwide job listings was implemented in 2011 by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and is an aid to reentry, says the DOC.

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  • Containing contraband

    How these security tools such as full body scanners, cell phone sensors, walk-through scanners, and even netting, thwart smuggled imports.

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