Belize Central Prison has not had a single reported case of COVID-19. In this podcast episode, learn about the measures implemented to prevent infections and the importance of educating prisoners about the virus so they understand the reason behind new protocols.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Virgilio Murillo
The Belize Central Prison has implemented several measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus among inmates and staff. Learn about these efforts and some of the positive outcomes resulting from collaboration to combat COVID-19.
Prisons have long been breeding grounds for communicable diseases, so when COVID-19 hit, those working in corrections were accustomed to the health and safety protocol intended to reduce the spread of the virus. Despite this, the coronavirus has spread rampantly within facilities. In this episode, learn about additional controversial measures aimed at stopping COVID-19 from spreading.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Prisons are breeding grounds for infectious diseases. Learn about several initiatives correctional facilities have taken in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
By Dr. Gary Deel
Can the U.S. criminal justice system be reformed to rehabilitate inmates? Learn how Norway's correctional system is based on the idea that no offender is beyond the capacity for rehabilitation.
By Dr. Gary Deel
Why are recidivism rates in the U.S. so high? Learn how Norway's correctional system, which has very low recidivism rates, is structured differently. What could the U.S. correctional system do differently to change its approach to rehabilitative justice?
By Brian Dawe
Coronavirus has taken a huge toll on correctional officers and their families. Learn about new guidelines to protect staff as well as changes to LODD benefits that ensure the families of officers killed by COVID-19 will receive benefits.