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Transcript of Prisoner Rights
SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN THEIR CELL, PROPERTY, OR EVEN THEIR OWN BODY. Why is this a social problem?
90% of the 650,000 prisoners incarcerated every year WILL eventually re-enter society.
Those individuals will face many issues to overcome being "institutionalized" the biggest road block will be finding work and being able to provide for themselves or family in some instances.
7.3 Million Children have at least one incarcerated parent- as future social workers it is important to know that many prisoners leave behind families, including but not limited to wives, husbands, children, mothers, etc
The disparity surrounding the incarcerated population on the vulnerable and oppressed society. Many did not have access to proper legal representation as well as racially targeted.
While it is understandable to punish the "rule-breakers" we must keep in mind that they are still humans and deserve for certain civil rights to be upheld according to constitutional rights as a US citizen. Imagine you are shackled at your hands and feet and being transported to a prison facility after being sentenced to 10 YEARS- WITHOUT PAROLE. There is absolutely no turning back.
What is going through your mind?
What will you miss the most?
How will you cope with your incarceration?
What do you fear the most?