Featured Articles

  • Seeing Green

    From solar to recycling, from composting to cleaning, from lighting to laundry, wherever a correctional facility can go green it can save green.

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  • Diversion/Reentry Programs

    While studies show treatment programs save money and lower recidivism, most offenders/ex-offenders do not receive treatment either in custody or in the community

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  • The R in Rehabilitation is Real

    The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is trying to get the word out-- that the "rehabilitation" in its title is not in in name only.

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  • KIOSK TRENDS

    From secure check-ins, self-serve commissary to mobile phone apps, these kiosks offer the best efficiency yet.

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  • Offender Risk Assessment

    Tools & Methodologies Highlight of some most used assessment tools.

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  • Advances help block smuggled contraband.

    Contraband remains a huge issue for correctional facilities across the country. In addition to the usual tools of escape, weapons and narcotics, cell phones are now the most prevalent form of contraband currently plaguing this country’s prisons and jails.

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  • Telepsychology

    This not-so-new practice is saving some millions annually, and even inmates with serious mental illnesses are benefiting.

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  • STAYING IN TOUCH

    With on- and off-premise options plus family and friends’ ability to use their mobile devices, visiting an inmate has never been so easy.

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  • Measuring Outsourcing Savings

    Prisons must save in any way they can and outsourcing can bring the best of both worlds— quality and cost

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  • HEATHLY ON THE OUTSIDE

    The Affordable Care Act provides medical coverage to many parolees.

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