With funding from the Ford Foundation, the Institute for State and Local Governance (ISLG) is soliciting proposals for a rigorous evaluation of the College-in-Prison Reentry Initiative across multiple sites in New York State. As part of its Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII), the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has committed $7.5 million to fund the College-in-Prison …
The level of care inside America’s prisons, and particularly the quality of the food, has fallen so far prisoners are using ramen noodles as their preferred form of money for buying and selling goods and other favours, a new study has found. The emergence of ramen noodles as a sort of cell-block currency in place of cigarettes is evidence of what Michael Gibson-Light, a doctoral candidate at the University of Arizona, calls the new “punitive frugality” that has taken hold in a prison system that is intent on cutting costs.
By introducing prison inmates to everything from drama to dance through the innovative Arts-in-Corrections program, the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation hope to aid rehabilitation, combat recidivism and foster safer conditions behind bars.
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