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August 16, 2021
According to the Health and Justice Journal, “Among veterans aged 55 and older who were exiting prison, 50% had hypertension, 20% had diabetes, and 16% had hepatitis,” (Williams et. al., 2010). For addiction treatment services, ...
August 16, 2021
Data released under the Official Information Act shows Invercargill Prison and Otago Corrections Facility registered two suspicious deaths in the past ...
August 16, 2021
Several states across the country have already instituted vaccination requirements of certain workers; such as those in health care, prison and ...
August 16, 2021
Specter says part of the problem is placing mentally ill individuals in jail instead of getting the proper medical treatment and the extended period of ...
August 16, 2021
From gang-banger to gospel singer, COVID-19 health care provider ... who joined the Bloods in 2009 after his oldest brother was sentenced to prison.
August 16, 2021
Seven patients are being treated at Evangelical Community Hospital and ... There are no inmate or staff cases at three federal prison facilities in ...
August 16, 2021
While most of the senior NLD members are on health medication, were denied bail and forced to remain in crowded prisons as the country is gripped ...
August 16, 2021
Emergency rooms certainly have their place in our health care system, but ... Today, GuideLink Center is determined to meet this need in Johnson ... between the criminal justice and mental health/substance use systems, and to ...
August 16, 2021
In multiple instances, injured protesters received no medical attention. ... absent from contemporary discussions about criminal-justice reform, which, ...
August 16, 2021
In multiple instances, injured protesters received no medical attention. ... the former medical director of correctional health services in New York City, ...
August 15, 2021
Yet only 0.2% receive the mental health services they need. ... is $504 billion from health care spending, criminal justice costs and lost productivity.
August 15, 2021
Rosenstengel also noted a lack of appropriate medical are and more suicide attempts, more threats of suicide and ongoing harassment. “Our clients ...
August 15, 2021
“Our clients have endured years of suffering, waiting for IDOC to simply provide basic health care,” said inmates' attorney attorney John Knight, LGBTQ & ...
August 15, 2021
“The public, in general, has asked law enforcement over the last couple ... with mental health needs into the criminal justice system leads to over-incarceration. ... The biggest downside to integrating mental health services into law ...
August 15, 2021
Hair braids, locks, and twists will soon be protected by law in schools. ... criminal justice reform, education, economic opportunity, and healthcare.
August 15, 2021
"And, inexplicably, some class members are being treated by medical and mental health staff who do not understand gender dysphoria and refuse to ...
August 15, 2021
An escort officer must transfer inmates from their cells to a jail clinic or to a hospital outside Rikers. But correction officer shortages and emergencies ...
August 15, 2021
Medical journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association and the ... Incarceration has longstanding ties to poor health outcomes. ... For decades, the American criminal justice system has ripped families apart, ...
August 15, 2021
Consequently, prisons and jails have become sites of rapid infection. ... Both structural health determinants — such as poverty and racism — and ...
August 15, 2021
On June 3, Justice Syed Shehbaz Rizvi and Justice Anwar-ul-Haq of ... In prison, Shafqat's health quickly deteriorated due to lack of medical care he ...
August 15, 2021
Walt Hill, executive director of High Plains Mental Health Center, ... "This is something that I think is the intersection of criminal justice reform in our ...
August 15, 2021
“As inmates are placed in correctional centers involuntarily, the state has a total and inescapable responsibility and duty to care for them in a manner ...
August 15, 2021
It performed an analysis on Dallas' 911 calls and its mental health care ... said Mike Lozito, director of Bexar County's Office of Criminal Justice.
August 15, 2021
The impending transition gives us an opportunity to re-center science as the north star to leading our state out of this devastating pandemic. ... as well as the number of nursing home, prison and at-home deaths attributable to COVID.
August 15, 2021
The criminal justice system depends on accurate information and sharing between prosecutor, ... Now, health care workers on the front lines there.

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