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Prison inmates help create holiday light display–
A massive display of lights for the holidays was created in part by prison inmates.
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.
Prison program teaches computer coding–
A California non-profit is looking to train and introduce prison inmates to the tech world.
From inmate to entrepreneur–
The creator of one tech company came up with his business plan while serving time in prison.
Inside the CDOC–
Executive Director Rick Raemisch explains how the Colorado Department of Corrections keeps citizens safe while making sure inmates have opportunities to learn skills before re-entering society.
Inmates prep Thanksgiving dinners for homeless–
Inmates at the Maryland Correctional Enterprises Meat Plant are prepping turkeys and other food items to help feed the homeless in Baltimore.
Corrections choirs in Colo.–
Choirs from the Denver Women's Correctional Facility and Limon Correctional Facility recorded special pieces for the International Corrections and Prisons Association Host Country Day.
Inmates play chess against blind folded grandmaster–
Inmates at the Cook County Department of Corrections in Chicago competed against a blind folded chess grandmaster.
Inmates show off graduating dogs' training–
Inmates at the Maryland Corrections Institute are graduating the first class of trained service dogs from America's Vet Dog Program.
Inmate abuse in South African prison–
Reports of inmate abuse by British security firm G4S in a prison in South Africa.
Inmates help feed less fortunate–
A Maryland builder and farmer is giving some pre-release inmates a second chance at making a contribution and a difference to those in need.
Inmates try farming to prepare for life after jail–
An organic farm in Picardy, northern France, welcomes prison inmates nearing the end of their sentences as part of a reintegration initiative.
New Orleans housing unit will protect inmates from tropical storms–
When the new housing facility for the prison is built, releasing inmates from jail won't be needed in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
From inmate to businessman–
Through a Kenyan prison service revolving fund inmates are now receiving training and formal education to equip them with the capabilities to become self sufficient entrepreneurs when they are released from prison.
Ala. jail educates inmates to prevent future crime–
Research shows the more educated a person is the less likely they are to commit a crime. The Mobile County Jail and a local nonprofit are proving the same goes for those who have already committed them.
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