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Agios Stefanos prison in Patras is the proud new home of the country's very first "prison" MMT programme, where inmates struggling with addiction can now be provided with proper treatment while incarcerated.
The report denounces the USA’s failure to address the growing body of counterproductive and regressive state laws, policies, and practices that substantially undermine women’s dignity and status as persons under the law.
Prison overcrowding is widespread in Latin America, but Costa Rica has slowly started to implement politically sensitive, but needed, reforms. This includes vocational training programmes and resisting tougher drug-sentencing laws.
This report evaluates the prevalence of Police Service Dog (PSD) bites, the impacts that training and deployment practices have on the frequency and severity of injuries, and how PSDs fit into the Canadian National Police Use of Force Framework (NUFF).
The Justice Department is urging the U.S. Sentencing Commission to approve a measure that would make potentially thousands of non-violent drug offenders now serving time in federal prison eligible for reduced sentences.