Archive for the ‘Consulting’ Category

  • Jul
  • 23
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It’s an Epidemic

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What is going on…. It’s been several months since I’ve updated with a blog! Boy, have the past few months been busy – with two children, I find it hard to sit down and just crank out a post! I […]

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  • Oct
  • 5
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The Odds Are Stacked…

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Society so often chastises criminals, felons, addicts, and people getting out of jail. The average citizen today thinks this population consists of bad people. Frequently, people believe since many felons have gone to jail multiple times, why should we care […]

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  • Sep
  • 20
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Mass Incarceration – What is the real low down?

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My last blog established that crime has gone down since mass incarceration began, but that mass incarceration has not necessarily worked. Why? Let’s dive in… Studies have shown a correlation between mass incarceration (i.e. increased prison rates) and a decrease […]

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  • Sep
  • 1
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Mass Incarceration

Mass Incarceration
Are we using prison and jail too much? Do we put people behind bars with long sentences as a means to attempt to curb the crime rate? Many refer to this as mass incarceration. First, though, let me first start […]

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  • Mar
  • 14
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Parole Abolition – Did it Work?

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What does “worked” mean? What does “success” truly mean? If it means having offenders spend the majority of their sentence behind bars and not get released early, then sure it worked. If it means seeing crime rates drop, then one […]

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  • Feb
  • 25
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Abolition of Parole in Virginia

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Fathers’ Day of 1986 was extremely tragic – Detective George Taylor of the City of Richmond Police Department in Virginia stopped a vehicle for a routine traffic violation. After being pulled over, the driver, Wayne DeLong, shot and killed Detective […]

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