During the period of our incarceration
Kantos Kan and I became well acquainted, and formed a warm personal friendship.
But in any case, Chief Inspector Heat, purveyor of prisons by trade, and a man of legal instincts, did logically believe that incarceration
was the proper fate for every declared enemy of the law.
So they made him sign a statement which would prevent his ever sustaining an action for false imprisonment, to the effect that his incarceration
was voluntary, and of his own seeking; they requested him to take notice that the officer in attendance had orders to release him at any hour of the day or night, when he might knock upon his door for that purpose; but desired him to understand, that once going out, he would not be admitted any more.
Normally, when we talk about prison sentences, researchers and policymakers consider the impact of the initial incarceration
from admission until first release," says Bushway.
Children of the Prison Boom: Mass Incarceration
and the Future of American Inequality
The issue of Mass Incarceration
has even lead to the hypothetical concern as to whether or not this is another way of stifling the future increase of the African American population?
Ethnicity and Criminal Justice in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration
and How to Achieve Real Reform, John Pfaff, Basic Books, 272 pages
during adolescence leads to worse physical and mental health later in life, a new study finds.
The American incarceration
rate wasn't always this high.
My book was written for a distinctive end of its own, helping to end the injustice of mass incarceration
in our time, and I am deeply grateful to these colleagues because I believe their insights will improve the ability of the book to contribute to that end, which I know each of them shares and has made important contributions toward.
So we were shocked to learn how much the people who live in high incarceration
places already got it.