Mugshots Go Online -- The Michigan Department of Corrections
is expanding its Web site of offender information to include, among
other things, recent photographs of 37,000 prison inmates and parolees.
The mugs are being added, along with information about inmates'
crimes, sentences and release dates, to the Offender Tracking Information
System database that has been in operation for several years.
penalty - pro-death
penalty information and resources.
Activist Resource Center (PARC) - Progressive and radical information
on prisons and the criminal prosecution system.
Criminal Justice Reference Service - Probation and Parole Resources
Project - To provide resources and information for the news
media and a public concerned with criminal justice and sentencing
International - The
death penalty is the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment.
It violates the right to life. It is irrevocable and can be inflicted
on the innocent. It has never been shown to deter crime more effectively
than other punishments.
Victims Families for Reconciliation -- After a murder, victims'
families face a death and a crime. Families need help to cope with
grief, loss, and Support to heal their hearts and rebuild their
lives. The answer lies in reducing violence. The answer lies in
supporting those who grieve for lost loved ones. It is time we break
the cycle of violence. To those who say society must take a life
for a life, we say: "not in our name." -Marie Deans, founder of
Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation The
Lamp of Hope Project -- Founded by Texas Death Row prisoners
to educate the public about the death penalty and alternatives;
support victims' families by promoting healing and reconciliation;
and Support prisoners' families, thereby breaking the cycle of violence.
Door Magazine -- Written
by prisoners for a free audience. Open the cell door and meet the
men and women behind bars. Topics include but are not limited to
of Prisoners on Prisons -- The
Journal of Prisoners on Prisons (JPP) is a prisoner written, academically
oriented journal. The purpose of the journal is "to bring the knowledge
and experience of the incarcerated to inform the public about the
current state of our carceral institutions."
Association of Sentencing Advocates -- Is a professional organization
of sentencing advocates and defense-based mitigation specialists.
Members work with defense counsel on behalf of defendants, inmates,
Probation and Parole Association -- International association
composed of inpiduals from the United States, its US territories
and Canada; actively involved with probation, parole and community-based
corrections, in both adult and juvenile sectors including all levels
of government, local, state/provincial and federal agencies.
and Parole in the United States, 2000 -- Reports on the number
of persons on probation and parole at yearend 2000 and compares
the totals with yearend 1999 and 1990. Bureau of
Bureau of Prisons -- Protects society by confining offenders
in the controlled environments of prisons and community based facilities
that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and appropriately secure,
and that provide work and other self-improvement opportunities to
assist offenders in becoming law-abiding citizens.
Probation and Parole Association -- APPA is exploring issues
relevant to community-based corrections. American Probation and
Parole Association is an international association composed of inpiduals
from the United States, its US territories and Canada; actively
involved with probation, parole and community-based corrections,
in both adult and juvenile sectors including all levels of government,
local, state/provincial and federal agencies.
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