Pennsylvania prisoners online dating
The Central Bucks County, Pa., School District announced facility closures Monday as authorities search for an escaped prisoner.A shelter-in-place order for some county residents was given on Sunday, and lifted Monday.
Many inmates never used a smartphone, tablet, or computer yet today’s digital society cannot function without them.While society at large has social media to thank for new friendships, relationships, insights and perspectives, inmates are doomed to total social exclusion, not only physical but psychological as well.Satisfying inmates’ need to reconnect with friends, family, and society at large plays a huge role in their rehabilitation.While incarceration is a national political issue, the price varies for each state.The team at Inside Gov, a politics site that’s part of the Graphiq network, looked at the real cost of state-run and privately-operated prisons on a state-by-state basis.Friendship, community, a sense of belonging is what human beings crave for, and prisoners should not be deprived of that.
Browse the inmate profiles, read some articles and then see if you can help make someone’s day in prison more bearable.
Ramirez-Lopez was arrested and processed at Amity-based State Police. Sunday with first-degree reckless endangerment, a class D felony. Anyone with information can call Coudersport-based police at (814) 274-8690.• COUDERSPORT — Police report Monday that a vehicle drove through an oat field near the intersection of Haskell and Bowers roads, destroying a portion of the crop between 6 p.m. Emporium Fire police and Ramsey’s Towing assisted at the scene.
Ramirez-Lopez was arraigned in the town of Andover Court and remanded to the Allegany County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail. They were issued appearance tickets and are scheduled to appear in court at a later date. Pennsylvania State Police• SHINGLEHOUSE — Police report Monday that an acetylene torch with a hose and gauges, a hydraulic pump and an electric fuel pump were stolen from a Route 44 residence between 3 p.m.
Taxpayer costs for 40 states were derived from the Vera Institute for Justice’s report on “The Price of Prisons.” The costs include payments to local jails, payments to other states for housing of state-sentenced inmates and expenses outside the corrections department budgets such as health care costs and employee benefits.
The results represent 2010 figures and the average costs are based off the inflation-adjusted dollar amount in 2000.
Most prisoners will be released into a foreign digital world, a world that has changed by leaps and bounds in the years they spent ‘inside’, and the prison system does nothing to prepare them for that.