Chapter 14: The Chaplain’s Legacy
Warden Greene watched from his large office window as the Our Lady of Forgotten Sorrows chapel burned. He seethed with anger. 2,909 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — An internal report indicated that nearly a third of Rikers Island inmates who said their visible injuries came at the hands of a correction officer last year had suffered a blow to the head. 997 more words
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fewer Ohio prisoners than ever are going back to prison after they’ve been released, the state announced Wednesday, attributing the drop to community programs that work with newly released prisoners, and new prison units that prepare people for life outside bars. 389 more words
ATOKA, Okla. – A van carrying seven inmates was involved in an accident along a state highway.
Authorities say the van had pulled onto the shoulder of Hwy 7 before attempting to make a U-turn. 143 more words
Federal inmates need stronger community connections to help them transition away from prison life and avoid re-incarceration after being released, said chaplaincy volunteers Esther Caldes and Walter Grumpich. 369 more words