Hi guys, yesterday I received a letter from my pp and I want to share his poem with you. I hope that it will encourage more people to write to an inmate. Some of the rewards we get back are truly amazing.
"What is a Friend"
A friend is one of the nicest things that you can have, and one of the best things you can be.
A friend is a living treasure, and if you have one, you have one of the most valuable gifts in life
A friend is the one
Is there anyone here who has been to Lancaster Prison? I may be going for the first time and would like to know what to exspect my friend is a lifer and hasn't had visitor for a few years
Is there anyone here who has been to Lancaster Prison? I may be going for the first time and would like to know what to exspect like my friend is a lifer and hasn't had visitor for a few years
Hi guys, well where do I begin. My pp is on death row in Nevada, I wrote three letters and sent him a friendship card before he replied with two letters in the same envelope. I thought whoopie my efforts have finally paid off. His second letter asked me outright to buy him a TV for his cell. I sat and thought about this, was really shocked but didn't turn him down. He had told me that he was a talented artist in the past, but now spent his days weight training, and very little else. Wanting to help
In Nevada, approximately 24% of prisoners released reoffend within 36-months of their release date (Livingston, 2009, p. 20). The key to any prisonerís success after release is determined by the offenderís ability to integrate back into the community and by avoiding further convictions after release. There have been several studies conducted on the effectiveness of educational programs and how they contribute to reducing recidivism rates. These studies have shown that prisoners