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.
Inmates Stab Warden and Post to Facebook During Riot at Alabama's Death Row Prison
Around 100 inmates were involved in a melee that saw the warden and a guard stabbed, and at least one fire set at Alabama's William C. Holman Correctional Facility.
As Many as 3,200 Inmates Released Early in Washington State Due to Computer Glitch
Washington Governor Jay Inslee called the issue "maddening" and hired two former federal prosecutors to investigate why the problem was not addressed immediately when corrections officials were made aware of it in 2012.