Tagged With Inmates

A woman in Cleveland was jailed over an unpaid traffic ticket. Corrections officers have been charged with strapping her to a chair for hours, punching her, and emptying half a can of pepper spray into her face.


Inmates were reportedly locked in their cells for up to 23 hours a day during outage in Brooklyn jail that left them without electricity and heat


7 regular people who went to jail undercover for 2 months learned how dangerous it can be to break the most important rule of life behind bars



A viral photo of Chicago jail inmates shoveling snow in freezing weather is sparking outrage


Texas inmates are being denied dentures because prison officials say chewing isn't a 'medical necessity'


Police are responding to reports of an attempted prison escape in South Carolina



Nearly 80% of prison inmates want to start their own business -- a fact that could help stop them from re-offending


There's a striking racial disparity among New York state inmates who are granted parole


Inmates are kicking off what could be the biggest prison strike in America


The Justice Department made an announcement about solitary confinement -- but inmates are still vulnerable


The debate over private prisons is masking the real problems with America's prison industry


A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos -- and it's changing their behaviour



REPORT: New York's biggest jail has a huge problem with sexual abuse


At this prison, inmates are tasked with training stray dogs


Watch a former death row inmate who spent 39 years in prison question Clinton on the death penalty


Here's how three inmates escaped a maximum-security jail in Southern California



Here is what it is like to be an inmate fighting wildfires in California


Nearly half the people fighting wildfires wreaking havoc across California are prison inmates


No one has claimed the body of prison escapee Richard Matt


Governor Cuomo describes the original escape plan of two New York inmates