California Judges Rule on Inmate Health Care Suit


(03/11/2014)
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against an inmate who sued the state for damages for denial of health care.

Judge Opposes Arkansas Board of Corrections Prison Decision


(03/11/2014)
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen opposes a recent decision made by the Arkansas Board of Corrections to spend millions of dollars constructing a new prison.

Bike Trail Offers Folsom Correctional Officers an Alternative Commute


(03/05/2014)
Johnny Cash will leave his mark on Folsom State Prison yet again when the Johnny Cash Trail opens near the prison referenced in Cash’s famous 1955 song “Folsom Prison Blues.” A groundbreaking ceremony for the bike trail was held last week.

New Hampshire to Build $38 Million Women’s Prison


(03/05/2014)
Site work will begin this summer on the New Hampshire Correctional Facility for Women.

Tribe Dedicates New Public Safety Complex


(02/26/2014)
On Feb. 21 the Nisqually Indian Tribe dedicated a new, culturally sensitive public safety complex on the Nisqually Reservation.