- WRONG PEOPLE BEING SENT TO OPEN SAY INMATES. // ConVerse;Feb2011, p28
The article reports the displeasure of inmates about the unsuitable offenders with short term sentences getting Category D and being sent to open prisons leading to disruptions.
- Buxar Open Jail Has Many Firsts. // India -- West;6/1/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 28, pA44
The article presents information on the inauguration of first open jail of Bihar, India by Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar, India on May 23, 2012.
- The Jungle is Their Jailer. Porteus, Stanley D. // Saturday Evening Post;12/8/1951, Vol. 224 Issue 23, p17
The article presents information on Kulani, the prison camp in Hawaii. The prison camp is walled in only by the jungle. The rain forests surrounding the camp dissuade its 160 inmates from escaping. The idea of establishing the jungle jail originated with Thomas Vance, Director of Institutions in...
- Expectations of life in an open prison. Gunn, Ben // Howard League Magazine;Dec2006, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p13
The article focuses on the life in open prison, which is generally considered as either a few months' leisure time or the time to frame a foundation for the left out working life. Prisoners with short-term sentence hardly perform any real training, while, prisoners with long-term or life-term,...
- International Corrections. STRANDBERG, KEITH W. // Corrections Forum;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p58
The article features La Prison des Etablissement de la Plaine de l'Orbe (EPO), a prison in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland, built in the early 1900s to allow inmates to work the land. The prison farm produces vegetables for the region around the prison with over 40 inmates working on a daily...
- Unfair Treatment of Foreign National Prisoners. // ConVerse;Oct2010, p3
The article reports unfair treatment of foreign national prisoners in Great Britain. According to Prison law specialist Amee Patel from Swain and Co., policy deciding that suitability of foreign national prisoners for open prison conditions is unfair. She states that transfer of a prisoner to...
- HOW HE MADE HIS PILE GERALD RONSON. // Management Today;Jan2008, p22
The article presents information on Gerald Ronson, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Heron International NV, and the secret behind his success. He is considered to be known as one of the Guinness Four, after he spent half of 1990 in Ford Open Prison for his part in a share-rigging scandal. The...
- QUARTERLY FICTION REVIEW. Wade, Rosalind // Contemporary Review;Apr84, Vol. 244 Issue 1419, p213
Reviews several books. "The Wasp Factory," by Iain anks; "The Sandman," by Miles Gibson; "Woman, Beware Woman," by Emma Tennant; "Mental Matters," by Penelope Gilliatt; "An Open Prison," by J. I. M. Stewart; "Animal Farm," by George Orwell.