A woman's touch
- Convicts too have their `groupies.' Skelly, Richard // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;03/03/97, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p31
Reports that authorities at the William Head Institution in British Columbia terminated in 1997 a prison-visitor program known as One to One. Incidents involving two female volunteers who visited the prison; The concerns that acting warden Daniel Denis had which prompted suspension of the program.
- Perfectly Clear. // Progressive;Oct89, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p11
Highlights rules governing female nonrelatives visiting married or unmarried inmates of the Federal prison at Sandstone, Minnesota.
- The Forgotten Ones. // Good News!;Feb2012, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p7
The author discusses his views about visiting prisoners.
- 'You Visited Me' // America;9/26/2011, Vol. 205 Issue 8, p4
In this article, the author discusses positive and negative aspects of charging 25 dollars as fee to visit a relative or friend in prison in Arizona.
- Operation Outreach: Reaching Out to Youths Through Real-Life Experience. Bond, Emily L. // Corrections Today;Feb2001, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p46
Focuses on Operation Outreach, a program within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, designed to give juvenile offenders an opportunity to experience prison life. Description of a typical day at Operation Outreach; Rule of Operation Outreach; Requirements for correctional staff who...
- APPENDIX A. DEATH ROW VISITATION POLICIES. // Hidden Victims: The Effects of the Death Penalty on Families of ;6/25/2005, p185
Facts about death row visitation policies in various U.S. states that appeared in the June 25, 2005 issue of "Hidden Victims: The Effects of the Death Penalty of Families of the Accused" are presented.
- A visit to Villawood detention centre. Barnes, Mel // Green Left Weekly;7/13/2011, Issue 886, p9
The article reports that Resistance youth socialist group has organised a visit to Villawood detention centre on July 3, 2011 to show their solidarity with the asylum seekers inside the facility in Sydney, New South Wales.
- More prisons tighten access to inmates. Paulk, Crystal J. // Quill;Sep97, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p26
Focuses on a regulation stating that journalists have constitutional right of access to prisoners or inmates other than what is afforded to the public. Policy's aim of preventing high-profile criminals of becoming celebrities; Increased violence in state prisons; Reporters' efforts to pursue a...
- Biswas steadfast in defence of her marriage. Sarkar, Sudeshna // Asian Pacific Post;10/16/2008, p31
The article reports that Nihita Biswas, a 20-year-old Nepali woman, visited her husband "Bikini Killer" Charles Sobhraj at Kathmandu's Central Prison in Nepal.