Did you know that you can e-mail federal prison inmates for free through CorrLinks?
CorrLinks is an e-mail system used by the Federal Bureau of Prisons to allow inmates to e-mail people on the outside. Federal prisoners must pay to use it; but it's free for everyone else.
by David Stillwell5 years ago
What are some jobs that prisoners could do that would benefit society while they server their time?Do prisoners still make license plates? What other jobs could they do to reduce the cost of housing and caring for...
by Dave Manors5 years ago
Should prison inmates be allowed to vote in elections?Criminals in jail are there because they choose to operate outside the limitations that society has designed in law. Is it right that we give those same criminals a...
by Catherine Tally4 years ago
Do you think prison inmates should be put on supervised public work crews?In times of budget woes and deteriorating infrastructure/ urban blight, low-risk inmates seem an untapped resource for labor. Why not have them...
by onegoodwoman7 years ago
Have you worked in a jail, prison, or correctional facility?I have been offered a seemingly fantastic job, as a kitchen manager. I have been waiting on such an opportunity to put my license to work.However, I have...
by ngureco5 years ago
Should Inmates In Prisons Be Allowed Conjugal Visits By Their Spouses?
by lizistanton7 years ago
If a man commits a crime and sentenced to prison, he is sentenced to much more: sexual assault, physical assault, malnutrition, lack of medical care, pain, lack of mental health care and isolation from...
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