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July 20th, 2009

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  1. mike rolla
    February 24th, 2010 at 16:30 | #1

    Great Bill the only thing I disagree with is that you refer to yourself as the old man. WE ARE YOUNG. At least keep thinking young, best regards, mike

  2. February 24th, 2010 at 20:35 | #2

    When these kids look at they asked me if I knew Washington and Lincoln. FYI - Heading to Italy in the Spring.
    I hope and beautiful wife are well.

  3. Roger Mitchell
    June 29th, 2010 at 04:39 | #3

    I am completing a college course in corrections and need to conduct an interview for the course. If anyone with 20+ years experience in corrections could answer the following questions by either posting here or e-mailing it to rgmitchell@liberty.edu before July 2, 2010 I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You!

    Name:

    Facilities worked in:

    What are the major changes in correctional administration in the past 20 years?

    Why have things changed in corrections over the past 20 years?

    What are the goals of your facility and how effective has your facility been in meeting these goals?

  4. Peter Risatti
    February 23rd, 2011 at 23:42 | #4

    Your credibility is tops. You still put the same work ethic to practice. People like you are different Bill, America is damn lucky to have you.
    s/f
    peterR

  5. February 25th, 2011 at 19:46 | #5

    Peter:
    Thank so much for your kind words. We have know each other for a very long time and you know I will call them like I see them. I hope and pray that more people will become interested in how our prison could be improved. Thanks again, Bill

  6. mario salinas
    June 21st, 2011 at 16:31 | #6

    Bill,

    I’ve sent this article to some of our SRU people to read. I think there’s lots of grist for the mill for parole as well. Hope you’re doing well.

    Best Regards,
    Mario

  7. Kathy Thompson
    March 13th, 2012 at 22:59 | #7

    Great article Bill. We can never become complacent in our field, because eventually what happens in the free world enters our system. Thanks for waking me up.

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