Department of Corrections
Florida's Prisoners Are Getting Screwed Out of $11 Million of Music They Purchased
A new multimedia tablet program means that inmates will be unable to keep the mp3s and players they purchased under a previous for-profit program.
A Former Rikers Island Inmate Is Trying to Fix New York's Dysfunctional Jails
Stanley Richards just got appointed to the NYC Board of Correction, which oversees all the city's jails, including the one he used to call home.
A Rikers Corrections Officer Was Fired After Missing Work Because Her Husband Shot Her in the Face
Now Janine Howard is suing the New York Department of Corrections. "I feel victimized," she said. "I feel like my safety and security can just be taken from me at anytime."
We Spoke to Charles Manson’s Guitarist About His Life Making Art and Music While Serving Time for Murder
Bobby Beausoleil was an associate of Charles Manson and he murdered Gary Hinman, a crime for which he was sentenced to death. That hasn't stopped him from being a prolific artist.