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Prisoner Reentry Tool Kit (Part 1 of 4)

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I urge prisoners to print this article and share it with peers, staff, and anyone who may support their journeys as reentry leaders. Read More »

Dear Tinny: A Prisoner’s Response to Letters from Other Prisoners

Anthony Tinsman

Prisoner re-entry comes in various forms, ideally long before prisoners actually release from prison. In a recent mail-call, examples of great re-entry strategies surfaced through the work of entrepreneurs ironing out routes to sustainable careers after release, while serving time. One is an author. The other is helping offenders resolve blemishes on their driving records. The Imprisoned Writer Reginald Amin ... Read More »

A Doctors Worst Nightmare

Dr. Schneider

Is a doctor guilty if deceitful patients overdose on drugs and alcohol that were never prescribed? Read More »

Interview: Laura Liddell Nolen, Author of ‘The Ark’

"I’m after any reader with a sense of adventure."

"To this day, I can’t actually believe it when people tell me they read my book and enjoyed it." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Banquet of Consequences: True Life Adventures of Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, and the Feds’ by Jake Rohrer

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An entertaining memoir about rock and roll, drug dealing, and prison by a colorful and charismatic writer. Read More »

Seven Prison Weight Loss Secrets

Weight Loss

The "secret" to weight loss is, well, not a secret at all. All of us understand that weight loss is a mathematical equation. Read More »

Email Services Bring News to Federal Inmates

Corrlinks

A number of services provide federal inmates access to news and other information by email. Read More »

Seven Steps to a Successful Prison Disciplinary Outcome

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It's a sad fact that a prisoner charged with inmate misconduct is judged by the reporting officer's co-workers. Read More »

Four Letter Words: Learning How to Write from a Federal Prison

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If we as Americans want prisoners to succeed at something pro-social whether it be writing, learning, or not returning to a life of crime, we have to provide them with the tools to do so. Read More »

Governor Cuomo’s Cost-Saving Prescription for Safer Streets: Prisoner Education

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Providing college-level education to inmates has been shown to dramatically reduce recidivism and the cost to taxpayers of incarceration. Read More »