According to the latest figures from the US Bureau of Justice Statistics, our correctional population is comprised of about 6.6 million people.
Our nation’s correctional population is about 6.6 million including those individuals supervised by probation and/or parole agencies, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Robert Delanders, Esq.
One of the most compelling arguments for improvements to healthcare for individuals who are incarcerated is the fact that “[a]t least 95% of all state prisoners will be released…”1 Further, pursuant to a 2014 study by the Sentencing Pro
President Donald J.
How long does it take for a paradigm shift to become policy? For the United States, it took 102 years to change our ideas around substance abuse and pass the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act (CARA).
One in 29 adults in the United States experience incarceration in their lifetime; men, minorities and poor populations are overrepresented in the justice system, especially black men, with one in three men expected to be incarcerated in their lifetimes.
Among all of the terrific presentations, posters and discussions that I had the pleasure to attend in Chicago on March 21 and 22, I just can’t stop thinking about my experiences of Friday morning.