Will the U.S. Hear Delaware Inmate Complaints?

Delaware inmates demanded education and a “rehabilitation program that works for everybody,” saying they feared conditions would decline during Donald Trump’s presidency. The death of a correctional officer during their protest may make it difficult for supporters of law enforcement to hear their broader message,

A Prisoner’s Death, 3,000 Miles From Home

No federal agency keeps an up-to-date tally of thousands of prisoners transferred every year under so-called interstate “corrections compacts.” That often makes it impossible to know what happens when something goes wrong, as a Honolulu Civil Beat investigation discovered.