The Public Perceptions topic page gives corrections spokespeople the tools and techniques to increase effective communications with various media entities and help shape the public’s perception of the prison system.
Full list of Public Perceptions results
Jeffrey Dahmer's last interview–
One of the last interviews with the Milwaukee serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
CO sets bench press record–
24-year-old Thomas "TD" Davis set a bench press world record with a 622.5-pound lift.
The 2 Most Dangerous Words in Law Enforcement–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, and Brian Willis identify and discuss the two most dangerous words in law enforcement and offer suggestions for a better way of responding.
Texas inmates strike–
Inmates from seven prisons are protesting lack of quality water and food, low wages, and poor working conditions
Tour group gives before and after thoughts of prison–
Discover what happens when six people from the community go on a tour through a minimum and maximum security prison. Find out what they expect to see and what they think after they have been inside.
A thank you to corrections officers–
An expression of appreciation and a sincere thank you to corrections officers all over the world.
Program provides Christmas toys for inmate's children–
Deputies will be collecting new toys through the holiday season at different locations and providing them to children of prison inmates.
Corrections officer pursues dreams of becoming author–
A correctional officer is preparing to publish his first children's book.
Gladiator Days (Prison Documentary)–
This 2002 HBO documentary "Gladiator Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder" clearly aims to make a point about violence in prisons, but definitely has some interesting case examples and video footage to consider.
Shakespeare goes hip-hop for inmate audience–
Rappers perform a hip-hop version of Othello in front of 450 inmates at Cook County Jail in Chicago.
Las Vegas correctional officers sworn in–
A spotlight on Las Vegas correctional officers, both experienced and brand new.
Broken system: Some killers, rapists serve little time–
Small-time, nonviolent drug offenders are spending years in prison when child molesters and killers go free, because of what some call a flaw in our criminal justice system.