How to Survive in an Alaska Department of Correction?

By | March 2, 2016

If you find yourself incarcerated for a crime in Alaska, you will most likely be sent to the Alaska Department of Correction or some other correctional facilities that fall under it. Things may be tough in prison, so it would be helpful to know how to survive in an Alaska Department of Correction. Here are three tips to… Read More »

How to Survive in Prison or Jail if you are Black or African American?

By | March 2, 2016

Stepping into a prison for the first time is a frightening experience. Every prison is different. Prisons could be noisy and dreary. It could also be comfortable and relatively peaceful. This variation applies to the prisoners as well. Prisoners have different social backgrounds and culture. This results to discriminations and violence. So how to survive in prison or… Read More »

How to Survive in a Juvenile Detention Center

By | March 2, 2016

Detention centers, as we all know, are places where perpetrators who are yet to be convicted of a crime, but are already charged with an offense, are detained. Perpetrators who fall under the age of 17 and below are considered juvenile and would therefore be sent to a juvenile detention center before sentencing. Today, people as young as… Read More »

How to Survive in a Women’s Detention Center

By | March 2, 2016

Before tackling some points on how to survive in a women’s detention center, it’s important to first discuss the difference between prison and a detention center. Most people can’t tell the difference between the two. If you ask the bureau of jail management and penology, “detention center” is a broad term used to describe a place where you… Read More »

How to Survive in Prison or Jail as a Child Molester

By | March 2, 2016

Child molestation is a broad yet uncommon case, which affects daughters or sons of a family close to the molester. It can be related to a mental disorder, or pedophilia that has been existent for years. However, pedophilia is different from child molestation in that it is persistent for more than 6 months, and does not just include… Read More »

How Prison or Jail Commissary (Canteen) Works?

By | March 2, 2016

Once an inmate enters the prison or jail, he will be asked to surrender all his things including his money. His money will be kept as his personal trust fund inside the prison. The money he has in the account can be used to buy items from prison commissary. Unless you find yourself in a maximum security prison,… Read More »