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Publication • April 10, 2017
Filed under: Out of State Transfers
DOJ - Interstate Transfer of Prison Inmates in the United States, 2006 U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections INTERSTATE TRANSFER OF PRISON INMATES IN THE UNITED STATES Special Issues in Corrections February 2006 LIS, Inc. U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections Information Center Longmont, Colorado National ...
FCI Danbury Prisoners Finally Transferred to New Women’s Facility by Three years after a “temporary” move from FCI Danbury in Connecticut, over 100 women prisoners found themselves incarcerated in a Brooklyn jail instead of a promised new federal facility. The women were told the move, which occurred after Danbury was ...
CCA Prison Not Reporting Valley Fever Cases among Hawaii Prisoners by Coccidioidomycosis is the medical term for valley fever, an airborne fungal disease that led to more than 5,600 reported infections in Arizona in 2014; the disease is also prevalent in some areas of California. PLN has previously reported on ...
Exonerated Prisoner Appointed to Connecticut’s Parole Board by Christopher Zoukis In an unusual turn of events, a former prisoner was appointed to Connecticut’s Parole Board. While ex-prisoners are typically not considered as parole board members, state officials decided that Kenneth F. Ireland was a qualified candidate. In 1989, when he ...
Oregon Habeas Cognizable to Challenge Confinement in Florida and Colorado under Interstate Compact by In a pair of rulings, the Oregon Court of Appeals held that prisoners incarcerated in other states under the Interstate Corrections Compact (ICC) may challenge the conditions of their confinement in habeas corpus actions against Oregon ...
Bureau of Prisons Pays $300,000 for Claim Relating to Beating of Prisoner by Christopher Zoukis The Bureau of Prisons agreed to settle claims relating to the severe beating of one inmate by another in February 1993. The plaintiff, Mark D. Lang, was beaten unconscious on the first day of an ...
Idaho DOC Can’t Stop Love; State Senator’s Ex-wife Weds Prisoner by Mark Wilson Lance Conway Wood, 48, was described as “a strong-willed inmate” with an extensive “history of ‘crossing the line’” who “exploits the human weaknesses of prison staff,” according to a federal judge. Wood, however, undoubtedly views himself as ...
Anderson-Bey et al v. District of Columbia, DC, Opinion, 8th Am bus conditions, 2008 Case 1:00-cv-02000-RCL Document 112 Filed 12/11/2006 Page 1 of 22 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA KENNETH ANDERSON-BEY, et aL, ) ) Plaintiffs, ) ) v. ) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, et al. Civil ...
Victoria v. NYPD DETF et al, NY, 2nd Am Complaint, false arrest overdetention, 2012 Case 1:11-cv-00937-LAK Document 13 Filed 04/13/12 Page 1 of 13 Case 1:11-cv-00937-LAK Document 13 Filed 04/13/12 Page 2 of 13 Case 1:11-cv-00937-LAK Document 13 Filed 04/13/12 Page 3 of 13 Case 1:11-cv-00937-LAK Document 13 Filed 04/13/12 ...
Publication • May 26, 2016
Letter to CCA re Renewal of Otter Creek contract and transfer of HI inmates, KY DOC, July 24, 2009
Idaho Prison Population Drops, Out-of-State Prisoners Re-turned by Christopher Zoukis In a positive sign of declining prison populations, on February 10, 2016, Idaho Department of Correction Director Kevin H. Kempf announced that all 173 state prisoners remaining at the Kit Carson Correctional Center, a Colorado facility operated by Corrections Corporation ...
Brief • April 22, 2016
Sale v. Anderson et al, CO, Complaint, out of state transfer political prisoner, 2015 Case 1:15-cv-02728-LTB Document 1 Filed 12/16/15 USDC Colorado Page 1 of 28 Case 1:15-cv-02728-LTB Document 1 Filed 12/16/15 USDC Colorado Page 2 of 28 Case 1:15-cv-02728-LTB Document 1 Filed 12/16/15 USDC Colorado Page 3 of 28 ...
Publication • February 24, 2016
Memo to Commissioner on Lee Riot, CCA, 2004 Memorandum To: JohnRees,Commissioner From: PattiR. Webb,Warden Date: October 4,2004 Subject: CriticalIlrcidentReview Re: LeeAdjustmentCenter Ms' GeorgiaDunn, Mr. Don Bottom, and myself were directedto review the Critical Incident that occurredat Lee AdjustmentCenteron Septemb er 14, 2004. We agreedon two days, Septernber27ft and286. We met ...
Senate Letter to Director of FBOP re relocation of female inmates Danbury FCI, US Senate, 2013 tinitnl �tatrs �rnatr WASHINGTON. DC 20510 October 4, 2013 The Honorable Charles E. Samuels, Jr. Director Federal Bureau of Prisons 320 First Street NW Washington, DC 20534 Dear Director Samuels: Thank you for your ...
Publication • February 16, 2016
Filed under: Out of State Transfers
Locked Up and Shipped Away - Interstate Prisoner Transfers and Private Prisons, Grassroots Leadership, 2016 Locked Up & Shipped Away: Interstate Prisoner Transfers and the Private Prison Industry Winter 2016 Update January 2016 LOCKED UP & SHIPPED AWAY: Interstate Prisoner Transfers and the Private Prison Industry Winter 2016 Update JANUARY ...
Publication • February 11, 2016
Contract re confinement of ADC inmates in Bowie Co, 2015
Publication • February 11, 2016
Separation by Bars and Miles, PPI, 2015 Home Page > Blog > Separation by Bars and Miles: New report finds that great... Separation by Bars and Miles: New report finds that great distances make prison visits few and far between by Bernadette Rabuy, October 20, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October ...
Vermont’s Policy of Sending Prisoners Out-of-State Found Unconstitutional by David Reutter A Vermont Superior Court held the policy of the Vermont Department of Corrections (VDOC) to send hundreds of male prisoners to out-of-state facilities, regardless of whether they have close bonds with their young children, while keeping all women prisoners ...
Article • November 10, 2015
Study Details States’ Abuses of Out-Of-State Prisoner Transfers to For-Profit Prisons by Derek Gilna Study Details States’ Abuses of Out-Of-State Prisoner Transfers to For-Profit Prisons by Derek Gilna            The corrections industry maintains that one of its priorities is to help detainees maintain ties with their family and communities to assist ...
Article • September 18, 2014 • from PLN September, 2014
Filed under: Out of State Transfers
Transferred Prisoner May Sue Oklahoma Officials in Oregon Court by Mark Wilson Transferred Prisoner May Sue Oklahoma Officials in Oregon Court by Mark Wilson In an October 9, 2013 ruling, the Oregon Court of Appeals held that Oregon courts have personal jurisdiction over Oklahoma prison officials with respect to claims ...
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