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Daily Archives: July 17, 2011

A Little Federal Prison History

Did you know that the modern day prison system began to form shortly after the Revolutionary War? Yes it’s true. The 1790′s brought with it new ideas for imprisonment. The idea of reforming a prisoner versus the traditional theory of punishing those imprisoned was finally underway. Jails, on the other hand are nothing new in … Continue reading »

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Second Chance Act Funding

In fiscal year 2009, $25 million was appropriated for Second Chance Act programs, including $15 million for state and local reentry demonstration projects and $10 million for grants to nonprofit organizations for mentoring and other transitional services. In fiscal year 2010, $114 million was appropriated for prisoner reentry programs in the Department of Justice, including … Continue reading »

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Federal Prison Sucks

The help you need and the answers you want; that is what you will find here at RMPS;┬áthe official page for federal prison reduction strategies and techniques is now live! It is a special group of people that work here at RMPS. We have all been to federal prison for one thing or another and … Continue reading »

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