By Joe Bouchard
Also this week:
From last week:
OVER THE WALL
- Missouri Set to Execute Man Despite Claims of Undue Suffering
- Charles Manson cremated following brief, private funeral
- Governor says Department of Corrections will adjust operations at Machiasport prison
- N.J. has 150 new state corrections officers
- Jail population continues to rise as county looks for solutions
- Gov. Kay Ivey signs prison health care contract
- Inmate accused of assaulting nurse sentenced
- 2 suspects believed to be connected to escaped inmate injured after high-speed chase, shooting
- Inmate dies at County Correctional center in Banning
- U.S. top court rebuffs Arizona killer's death penalty challenge
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The program interviews Will Marling, Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and Denise Richardson, a consumer advocate and identity theft education specialist. The topic is identity theft and an update of activities at the National Organization for Victim Assistance.
The production offers a brief overview of a proposed national Constitutional Amendment to protect victim rights and NOVA’s certification of victim advocates for the Department of Defense.
The website for NOVA is http://www.trynova.org.
The website for Denise Richardson is http://givemebackmycredit.com .
The program is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.
This pod cast is brought to you (with permission) by DC Public Safety–Radio Shows, the original live date was March 5, 2012
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