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Offenders with mental health problems need improved and on-going access to health care.
As the Supreme Court considers whether to further limit sentences given to juveniles, new research by Stanford psychologists shows how an offender's race shifts people's support for severe punishment.
In the news release, Indiana Prison Uses Talent Contest to Rehab Offenders, issued 03-May-2010 by Indiana Department of Correction over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the Note to Editors should read, "To view and download b-roll footage and photos from The Redemption Project: Inmates Got Talent, which can be used by media and journalists in developing their news stories visit www.inmatesgottalent.com/media." The complete, corrected release follows: Indiana Prison Uses...
INDIANAPOLIS, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Doin' Time Entertainment LLC, in conjunction with the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC), announced today that it has used a creative approach toward reducing recidivism, a talent contest to rehabilitate offenders at one of Indiana's prisons.
Parolees with a gambling habit may resort to criminal activities and substance abuse when they are released from prison if there are few community supports to help them re-integrate, a University of Alberta study has concluded.
By MARI YAMAGUCHI By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press TOKYO Police said they have apprehended a Western man who went skinny dipping in a moat ringing the Imperial Palace and attracted a huge crowd in one of the capital's main business district s.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Tokyo, Aug. 12 Kyodo - Police on Tuesday arrested a 36-year-old former policeman armed with a Japanese sword after he threw at the US Embassy in Tokyo a bottle containing a message of protest over US policy on North Korea, they said.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Tokyo, 16 June - Police have arrested three people on suspicion of threatening via electronic bulletin boards to carry out attacks, including murder, since the 8 June stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district, the National Police Agency said Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo police on Friday arrested five executives from a Japanese company suspected of exporting devices that could be used in producing nuclear weapons, one of which was discovered in Libya, Japanese media said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese police are investigating two separate cases of suspected group suicide after nine people were found dead in parked cars, the latest in a series of such cases.