Two Inmates Escaped from Hardin County Jail,KY

By Kathy Melvin,WAVE 3 News
Published: 11/21/2011

ELIZABETHTOWN,KY (WAVE) – Kentucky State Police are investigating after two inmates escaped the Hardin County Detention Center early this morning.

According to KSP,the Hardin County Detention Center called KSP around 3:15 a.m. after they discovered an inmate was missing during the 2 a.m. head count. When KSP arrived,they found that another inmate was missing as well.


Jail Inspections: The Results of Dressing Up for the Prom

On July 30,2010,three prison inmates serving time for violent crimes escaped from ASP-Kingman,an Arizona prison which was privately owned and operated by Management & Training Corporation.  The inmates orchestrated a well-executed plan and escaped by sneaking out of a security door left propped open,jumping a small barb-wireless fence and then made their way to the perimeter fence.  With the help of an accomplice who had provided bolt cutters and 2 guns,they proceeded to cut a hole through the outer perimeter fence and escaped undetected.   After carjacking,kid


Leaders Without Titles

A New Perspective on Training Leaders.

Many leaders are placed in positions of power due to political connections,formal education,personal charisma,vocational experience,and/or socio-economic status. Although these criteria may have a correlation with leadership ability,they often leave out the fundamental criterion for being a good leader: a person’s personal make-up,or characteristics,as a human being. A leader’s human inadequacies can often lead to leadership failure.


Safe Sex in Jail

Safe sex is generally defined as a set of practices designed to reduce the risk of transmitting or acquiring sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). However,in a jail setting,the definition of safe sex is expanded. Insofar as a jail officer is concerned,“safe sex” is translated “no sex.”

Unfortunately,there are too many instances of jail officers being involved sexually with inmates. The outcome is never good,often resulting in health,family and legal consequences for the offending officer.

A National Problem


Inmate Reading Program for the Blind

Inmates Read for the Blind with New Recording Studio
by Nadine Wimmer

Salt Lake City,UT — Many blind and disabled people have few options when it comes to reading their favorite books. A program at the Utah State Prison is changing that,in part,with this new state-of-the-art recording facility.

“Reading for the Blind” has become a program that allows some inmates at the Utah State Prison to give back to society. They help others who cannot read,and now they have a new building that will allow them to serve even more.