America’s Aging—and Mentally At-Risk—Prisoners

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Depression and suicide are considered top risks for inmates over 50. A Connecticut team is preparing to explore those risks—and how to cope with them—in a study of 250 elderly inmates. It’s one of the first studies of its kind.
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3 thoughts on “America’s Aging—and Mentally At-Risk—Prisoners

  1. Pingback: America’s Aging—and At-Risk—Prisoners – The Crime Report | ABC Featured

  2. Unbelievable Ask Trump to fix it. He has the answers
    to everything. They all no matter where or why the
    crime, they have been given a death sentence.

  3. I need help bringing my 45 yr old son home pls. He has served 8 yrs of a 40 yr sentence. He has hyperthyroidism but is still young enough to have a life outside. He has exhausted all appeals. What options are there in Georgia? Thanks

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