Prison Guards Share their Experiences with 'One Percenter' Inmates
The "one percenters" are those deemed so unruly that they spend the majority of their sentences in solitary confinement.
Former Inmates Told Us How They Beat Drug Tests While Behind Bars
You learn quite a few tricks in the pen.
At least 650 inmates in South Carolina could be stranded when Hurricane Florence hits
“Previously, it’s been safer to stay in place with the inmates rather than move to another location," the South Carolina Department of Corrections told VICE News.
NSW Prison Guards Keep Getting Caught Having Sex With Inmates
The husband rang Kempsey prison demanding the name of the officer but was told, “Sorry, it’s an inmate.”
Australian Inmates Explain the Bloody Process of Joining a Prison Gang
"I pulled the shiv down his back twice and left a big cross that pissed blood everywhere."
Prisoners Talk About How They Make and Waste Money on the Inside
"My mate books escorts and then I ring him at the brothel. I’ll listen as he fucks them how I want."
We Asked Prisoners How They Would Blow Lottery Winnings
The criminal lifestyle is fuelled by one motivator: money.
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Jails are replacing visits with video chats and families are devastated
The replacement of in-person jail visits with video calls.
Dispatches from the inside of Quebec’s crumbling jails
Overcrowding remains a chronic problem and healthcare services are lacking within the province's penitentiaries, say those who have been on the inside.
Prisons in the UK Are Facing a Synthetic Marijuana Epidemic
The government has described the synthetic weed Spice as "the most serious threat to the safety and security of the prison system," and it's not wrong.
I Got My Car Fixed in a Polish Prison
Warsaw's Rakowiecka Prison doesn't advertise—since it's one of the best car repair centers in the city, word of mouth is enough to keep the inmates busy.
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New York City Is Finally Done Sending Teens to Solitary
Punitive segregation—a.k.a. solitary confinement—is history for all inmates 21 or younger in America's largest city.