Thomson Prison Reopening Closer to Becoming a Reality


(12/17/2014)
Washington lawmakers further secured the reopening of Thomson Correction Center (TCC) in Thomson, Ill. by dedicating $106 million to Bureau of Prisons construction.

Baton Rouge to Vote on Mental Health Center


(12/17/2014)
Ever since the Earl K. Long (EKL) Medical Center closed in Baton Rouge in April 2013, a growing portion of inmates with mental illness or substance abuse problems have been taken to the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.

New York City to Spend $130 Million for Mentally Ill Inmates


(12/09/2014)
On Monday, Dec. 1, New York City announced that they plan to spend $130 million in order to change the way its criminal justice system handles mentally ill inmates.
 

Montana Feels Correctional Housing Crunch


(12/09/2014)
Montana is the latest state to grapple with a growing correctional population, putting a strain on both state prisons and local county facilities.
 

Orange County Considers Bail Changes


(12/03/2014)
Orange County officials are considering a pilot program that would integrate evidence-based risk assessment into the county’s bail setting practices.