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Women Ignored in Incarceration Reform, says New York Panel - Women are the fastest-growing population in U.S. jails, but the effect this has on families has been largely ignored, a New York conference was told Wednesday. Implementing long-term, meaningful solutions for women and families remain too few and far between, experts said at a three-person panel unveiling a new initiative aimed at reforming criminal justice system to better serve women. “The damage this system does to the individu...
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A Pre-Election Primer: Criminal Justice and the Midterms - Victims’ rights, firearms restrictions, civil rights for returning citizens, mandatory mental health training for police—and, once again, marijuana legalization— are all on state ballots for next month’s midterm elections. While the list of criminal justice issues represents a lower number than in previous election cycles—they make up only a small percentage of the 157 initiatives presented to voters in 37 states this November—the o...
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Why Are Women Such Bad Negotiators? Hint: It's About Lying. - Yes, men and women negotiate differently. And guess who's winning?
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Five Ex-NYC Commissioners Call for End to Pot Testing of Probationers - Marijuana testing for individuals on probation and parole serves “little public safety purpose” and should be stopped even in states where pot has still not been legalized, five former New York City probation commissioners said Tuesday. The five former commissioners—Martin F. Horn, Michael Jacobson, James Payne, Raul Russi and Vincent N. Schiraldi—said research showed that revocations of parole as a result of failed mar...
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2018 TPSA Annual Convention - The Texas Process Servers Association's annual conference is bringing together industry professional
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The Uphill Road to Prisoners’ Rights - In the fall of 2010, a 12-year-old was in a fight at her middle school in northern Mississippi. The police officer assigned to the school as a School Resource Officer arrested her for simple assault and brought her to the local juvenile jail. A guard there patted her down by hand, and then went over her with a metal detector wand. Because she was booked for a “violent” offense, the jail’s rules also required a cavity search. The girl had to take off al...
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Trump May Restart Family Separation to Control Border - The White House is considering plans that could again separate parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border, hoping to reverse soaring numbers of families attempting to cross illegally into the U.S., the Washington Post reports. One option is for the government to detain asylum-seeking families together for up to 20 days, then give parents a choice — stay in family detention with their child for months or years as their immigration c...
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Billion-Dollar Prison Budget, But Where’s the Toilet Paper? - Women confined in the Perryville prison at Goodyear, AZ., say the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) is not giving them enough toilet paper to live clean, hygienic lives. Perryville State Prison complex. Photo courtesy Arizona Department of Corrections Prison authorities have officially denied the charge, but a state representative blames cost-cutting by officials and a correctional culture that is largely “designed for men,...
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Report Harassment and Bullying? Hmm... - The good news: Bullying is more gender-neutral than harassment. Progress?
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