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chloe cockburn 🍑 Jul 21
Let the lesson of Cincinnati sink in. Cutting incarceration and arrests can Reduce crime. How? Fewer people cycling through dangerous and debilitating and stays. Fewer kids growing up with missing parents. Less $$ on cops and cages and more on housing and treatment.
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Prison Fellowship 2h
"We don't just go to prison and get saved and have a ‘jailhouse religion,’ we get out and we live for God. And I'm an example that—by His grace—you can do this. By the grace of God."
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Gavin Dingwall Jul 21
Swapping a cell for a festival stage
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Nicole Amour Jul 20
Well, are the villains excited tonight?
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GOOG:KING OF ORLANDO 11h
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Samuel Wardwell Jul 20
Many done in are done for a reason. Most are gang related. But back in the old Soviet Union, it was illegal to deface “any” picture of Stalin or Lenin. So, inmates in the USSR would tattoo those pictures on their chest in hope to not be shot there… Sad.
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TWO sons TOO many 11h
Ending up in as a child, only 17. Making decisions are hard for us at any age. Is 17 too young? Have you ever come to a crossroads? Do you understand Can you remember ur time?
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The Real Texas Toast 22h
Sometimes your is the
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Outside Prison 8h
We continue providing interviews from last year’s InterNational Prisoners Family Conference with Ron & Cathy Tijerina, founders of the RIDGE Project, who work with the most vulnerable families impacted by incarceration.
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Therealprisonissues 17h
What about once the felon is released? If he or she doesn't have the "basics" upon release what happens to all of that ?
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L0fty Jul 20
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AHTribune Jul 18
Private corporations run prisons and turn a profit. Other companies make money by selling products made by prisoners. Call centers are staffed by inmates and everything from clothing to furniture ought to be labeled Made in . By
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UN Office on Drugs & Crime Jul 17
Prisoner rehabilitation starts in ! Check out UNODC’s interactive e-learning💻course to learn more about humane management and treatment of prisoners to ensure they become a valued member of society upon their release 🔗
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Barbara Haas Jul 17
Pray for Chaplain Mario as he ministers at Grafton Correctional on Thursday. souls anointing wisdom strength protection
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George W. Bush 🇺🇸 Jul 18
political prisoner Soheil Arabi suffered a seizure & a severe drop in blood pressure. He has been on hunger strike for the past 30 days & has lost 10 kg. Reports indicate that he was taken to a hospital where he received treatment and was returned to a day after.
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Diana Meza Jul 20
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UN Office on Drugs & Crime Jul 21
How would you react❓ management requires complex decisions to be taken on a constant basis. UNODC provides practical guidance to prison officers on how to apply the Nelson UNODC e-learning💻course 🔗
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Morrus 16h
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Christina Randall Jul 20
Are you subscribed for o my YouTube Channel? Because if you’re not you’re missing out! I spill ALL the REAL prison tea. 🐸🍵 And next weeks videos are gonna be so fire! 🔥 *Links Below*👇🏽
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Ciaron O'Reilly Jul 20
J20/1pm Worker Vigil@Belmarsh to + *".... & they said it wasn't going to rain!"
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