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On Monday, June 15, 2020, Beaufort County's commissioners were called into action to approve negotiations between the Beaufort County Sheriff and Pitt County Sheriff on relocating inmates to Pitt County, where the rates negotiated were 66% to double what were being paid 18 months earlier.
On Monday, June 15, 2020, Beaufort County's commissioners were called into action to approve negotiations between the Beaufort County Sheriff and Pitt County Sheriff on relocating inmates to Pitt County, where the rates negotiated were 66% to double what were being paid 18 months earlier.
 
The nation’s federal prison system is in hot water again, this time for security failures that allow inmates to escape undetected.
The nation’s federal prison system is in hot water again, this time for security failures that allow inmates to escape undetected.
 
North Carolina’s prisons will begin releasing some inmates in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
North Carolina’s prisons will begin releasing some inmates in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
 
Republicans and Democrats rarely agree, but in North Carolina the two parties seem to have found some common ground in a bipartisan agreement, which comes at the crossroads of criminal justice reform and occupational licensing reform.
Republicans and Democrats rarely agree, but in North Carolina the two parties seem to have found some common ground in a bipartisan agreement, which comes at the crossroads of criminal justice reform and occupational licensing reform.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Public Safety are partnering to create a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program to reduce the overdose-related deaths of people with an opioid disorder who are re-entering their communities upon leaving prison.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Public Safety are partnering to create a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program to reduce the overdose-related deaths of people with an opioid disorder who are re-entering their communities upon leaving prison.
 
This week Gov. Roy Cooper will help launch the State Reentry Council Collaborative, an effort to help formerly incarcerated people successfully return to the community and become productive contributors to society
This week Gov. Roy Cooper will help launch the State Reentry Council Collaborative, an effort to help formerly incarcerated people successfully return to the community and become productive contributors to society
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation today that lengthens the time between parole considerations for inmates convicted of certain sexually violent crimes. Under Senate Bill 675, the time between parole considerations is now two years. Previously, inmates of these crimes could receive parole...
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation today that lengthens the time between parole considerations for inmates convicted of certain sexually violent crimes. Under Senate Bill 675, the time between parole considerations is now two years. Previously, inmates of these crimes could receive parole...
 
Should prisoners have access to higher education while incarcerated? If so, should that access be funded by taxpayers? Those questions were raised after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in February that he wanted to create a state-run college program for prison inmates.
Should prisoners have access to higher education while incarcerated? If so, should that access be funded by taxpayers? Those questions were raised after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in February that he wanted to create a state-run college program for prison inmates.
 
For good reason, the Racial Justice Act (RJA) was recently repealed by the North Carolina General Assembly.
For good reason, the Racial Justice Act (RJA) was recently repealed by the North Carolina General Assembly.
 
Imagine that one of your loved ones had been murdered and your family had undergone the long ordeal of watching a trial.
Imagine that one of your loved ones had been murdered and your family had undergone the long ordeal of watching a trial.
 
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