Women Offenders

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On today’s show, we feature an interview regarding the issues of helping to reform women offenders and help them transition to a healthy and happy life in the Washington, DC community.

Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/?p=3

Information about crime, criminal offenders and the criminal justice system.

Meta terms: crime, criminals, criminal justice, parole, probation, prison,
drug treatment, reentry, sex offenders.

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  1. Stephanie Edwards says:

    While watching your broadcast, I found it very interesting that none of your guest really discuss the importance of employment and the economic disparities that often lead to a life of crime. We all know that you have to address mental health, substance abuse and the various facets of a persons life that contribute to criminality and hardship but without meaningful employment it becomes very hard for a individual to sustain themselves.

    Stephanie Edwards

  2. I guess that super-big cities have the bigger impact in the life of crime society. It is true that the mental health is disturb by the abuse of drugs and all (young) people have difficult life to live.

  3. John Cyprus says:

    I just moved to DC and my job in italy was very related to this subject. I found it really “interesting” and I am glad I found this website.

  4. Forummekan.org says:

    I guess that super-big cities have the bigger impact in the life of crime society. It is true that the mental health is disturb by the abuse of drugs and all (young) people have difficult life to live.

  5. Kim Hartley says:

    Public Safetly is all of our to stand up for and help make a difference for.

  6. Paphos Rent says:

    I just watched this program on the local TV, it was repeated. 2 years passed and womens safety is still an enormous issue!

  7. Jesse Popovich says:

    DC has gotten much better than it use to be. It’s good to see more rehabilitation programs that will hopefully get those who want the help on the right path.

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