The Array Corporation contracts inmates
at the Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution to make a line of jeans and work clothing known as Prison Blues.
Some social scientists, especially psychologists, say that his research has been compromised by his involvement as an expert witness for inmate
plaintiffs in class,action suits.
rebellion was the most obvious and dramatic evidence of a prisoner subculture--"social systems, informal communities, with their own power networks and cultural identifications.
Smith keeps blank application forms for any inmate
who sneaks along his name, instead of filling out the form himself.
In the first full year, the state allocated $229,950 from its Inmate
Telephone Rebate Fund, funds obtained from surcharges placed on calls made to and by inmates
Correctional facilities house a disproportionate number of HIV-infected inmates
(1) and are a setting for unprotected sexual intercourse (2).
To be accepted into this program, the inmate
must first express an interest in being a part of the apprenticeship program and submit the appropriate paperwork.
Parole board members held the power to decide whether an inmate
went free after 2 years of imprisonment or had to serve the equivalent of 4 years.
claimed that guards had used his blood to write "KKK" on the floor.
A core group of surviving Attica inmates
who were transferred to New York's Green Haven facility set up a "think tank" of self-educated inmate
scholars who began teaching younger inmates
Religion can be defined either in a broad or narrow manner, and this definition can mean the difference between rights and no rights for an inmate
to practice a certain set of beliefs, or "religion.
At the convention, savvy entrepreneurs hawked everything from body cavity probes to inmate