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A Correctional Sense of Humor

>>what's your opinion?

Bit of an old thread revival but Campi’s last post is so true. I both like the fact my BS meter is higher than the average persons and don’t like it, something to be said about ignorance is bliss as it can be very aggravating (and sad in a pitiful way) when someone is professing some truth or story to you despite you pointing out its flaws. My brother in Law is a con artist / Fraud guy (can’t choose family I guess…) and we don’t even see him much anymore because it so painful every time he opens his mouth... full thread


It’s the Simple Things: Basic Issues in Correctional Architecture

Robert Winters
As the body of knowledge in the corrections field has become increasingly sophisticated over the years, various advances have spilled over into multiple disciplines that impact corrections. One of those disciplines is architecture and the design of correctional facilities. For decades the first concern of correctional architecture was security. While security is (and should remain) the priority, research has increasingly demonstrated that security is more than just cellblock design, automation, and security vestibules... full story

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