The ‘Psychosocial Stress’ of Prison Overcrowding

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Time spent in a crowded prison environment continues to have a negative impact on inmates after their release, contributing to parole violations, according to a study published by the nonprofit advocacy organization PLOS (Public Library of Science). The study, entitled “Does Prison Crowding Predict Higher Rates of Substance Use Related Parole Violations? A Recurrent Events
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