On Monday February 24th, New Leash on Life will announce a new program entitled, “Saving & Reclaiming Lives.”
Delaware State Police say they’ve charged a correctional officer with having sexual relations with inmates at the Sussex Correctional Institution Boot Camp Program.
La Salle University Criminal Justice Program Offers Students Hands-On Experience By Holding Class In A Prison
A La Salle University criminal justice program is more than just books and lectures, because the classroom is actually in a prison, and half the class are inmates.
Don O’Shell, the county chief of courts, said the county should deduct a percentage from the accounts to pay court-ordered costs, fines and restitution.
The report by state Comptroller Matt Boxer released Wednesday shows the state paid $23 million to prisoners over a 22-month period ending in April 2011.
Freeholders in Gloucester and Cumberland Counties have approved a 10 year contract to house male prisoners from Gloucester in the Cumberland County prison.
A northern New Jersey man and his nonprofit legal services organization have been ordered to pay $2.2 million for misleading prison inmates and their families into paying hundreds of dollars for legal services that weren’t provided.
Insisting it won’t be the modern-day equivalent of a chain gang, a city councilman is calling for hearings on the idea of paying inmates of Philadelphia prisons to work on streets and in the parks.
How to reduce the prison population in Pennsylvania? State corrections officials say part of the answer lies in streamlining the process by which inmates are paroled.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett has signed death warrants for two more inmates on death row, although the state last executed someone in 1999.
A new study says Philadelphia’s jail population decreased dramatically last year, mainly because of new procedures designed to make the criminal justice system more efficient.
They’re calling it a national first down the shore. A chance for jail inmates to connect, by video, with loved ones on the outside. And it’s all perfectly legal. In fact, the jailers set it all up.
Officials say inmates at a Pennsylvania prison received drugs from the outside hidden beneath the postage stamps on their mail.