Without much fanfare, a prison in Siaya, Kenya, is investing in the future of inmates, using the Scientology Volunteer Ministers program.
Craftmaster Hardware launched its new B2b ecommerce enabled website for quick and easy access to security hardware products, systems and solutions.
Librarian-led Correctional Facility Book Club and A Librarians on the Radio Podcast Take Home Two International Awards by American Library Association
The U.S. spends over $60 billion dollars a year on a penal system that has sustainability issues. Prison populations have radically increased over the last several decades as well as the cost of incarcerating jail and prison inmates.
The secular program using technology based on the research and discoveries of L. Ron Hubbard is helping addicts in the largest prison in Indonesia turn their lives around.
Despite having less than 5 percent of the world's population, the United States tops the global list for incarcerations. Nearly one percent of people in the United States has been in or is currently in jail or prison.
meshDETECT® is pleased to announce that it has recently received its second patent for inmate mobile communications from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for U.S. Patent 9,271,145, which is a continuation of our first patent entitled "System and method for controlling, monitoring and recording of wireless telecommunications services in penal institutions."
How the Rev. Leon Kelly uses L. Ron Hubbard's moral code to tackle the scourge of gang violence in Denver
According to Greg Capazorio, President of Criminon, situations like the one at Lowell are "one reason the work of Criminon volunteers is so important." According to the Criminon website, the organization's goals include, "addressing the causes of criminality and restoring the criminal's self-respect through effective drug detoxification, education and common sense programs."