• 00:14

    Quick Take Ohio: Recognizing the Journey in Ohio's Juvenile Corrections System

    in Legal

    In January 2015, the report, Realigning Juvenile Corrections in Ohio to Reinvest in What Works was released documenting the changes that have occurred at the state-level in Ohio's juvenile justice system. Ohio has been highlighted nationally as one state that has been progressive and aggressive in its juvenile justice reforms. The report focuses on the components that came together to support the effort of reducing incarceration and creating more evidence-based alternatives for long-term community savings. Gabriella Celeste, the author of the report, provides a historical overview of the shift in Ohio, including the key fiscal elements that continue to make ongoing reform feasible. 

  • 00:31

    Market Corrections and Bear Markets

    in Education

    In this radio show Martha Stokes, CMT explains why the stock market sells down.  She explains the reasons behind market sell offs and why corrections can be positive for investors, how to prepare in advance of a market downturn, and what is going on behind the scenes with the giant funds who dominate the market activity. 
    You will learn why market corrections are necessary and how to enter as the market begins to bottom and recover. This radio show is for both long term investors and short term traders who want to learn more about the how, what, when, where, and why of the stock market.  Be sure and become a Friend of Martha Stokes, CMT on freestockcharts.com to see how she reads stock charts.
    On-Demand Episodes & Read Marta's Daily Market Report: www.technitrader.com

  • 00:43

    Kathy Haley: Domestic Violence Expert

    in Women

    Kathy Haley is a 1985 graduate from the Tampa campus of The University of South Florida earning a B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice. 


    Since her graduation she has held various positions with the Florida Department of Corrections to include Probation Officer, Drug Court Officer, and Correctional Services Assistant Administrator where she was directly involved in the certification and monitoring of Batterers’ Intervention Programs throughout the state of Florida.


    Haley was selected by the late Governor Lawton Chiles to serve as a member of the Commission on Minimum Standards for Batterer’s Treatment. 


    Kathy has also been an active volunteer for various non-profit organizations dedicated to serving victims of domestic violence as well as the Auburndale Police Department.  She has been honored for her work in the area of Domestic Violence by J.C.Penney, The City of Lakeland, and the Florida Department of Corrections.


    Kathy knows what it means to be a victim and survivor of Domestic Violence having been a victim herself and survived a near fatal incident in 1992. 


    She is dedicated to educating the public about Domestic Violence and is a strong advocate for changes to the laws that effect victims.


     

  • 01:05

    DALLAS 6: PEACEFUL PROTESTERS CHARGED WITH RIOT IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT

    in Current Events

    Who are the Dallas 6?


    At SCI Dallas (PA), after a series of abuses at the hands of corrections officials, some prisoners housed in the solitary confinement unit decided they had enough and decided to stage a protest in response to the inhumane conditions and mistreatment of prisoners.  They decided it was time to do something about the inhumane conditions, immediately, before another prisoner dies or is brutally harmed. Each prisoner involved in the protest is now collectively referred to as the Dallas 6.  They are Andre Jacobs, Anthony Locke, Anthony Kelly, Carrington Keys, Duane Peters and Derrick Stanley.  On April 28th 2010, prisoner Isaac Sanchez was subjected to a planned attack by the Restrictive Housing Unit (RHU) staff, forcibly removed from his cell and brutally beaten by officers in riot gear.   Sanchez was subject to this attack as a result of speaking out against the abuse at Dallas prison on behalf of his fellow comrades.  After being told they were next, Dallas 6 barricaded themselves in for protection and covered their cell windows.  They asked for outside intervention but instead were beaten, electroshocked and peppersprayed.  They filed complaints against the DOC and 3 months later, in retaliation, they were charged with riot.   As revealed in the Human Rights report, there has  long been a policy within the prison walls of Dallas and the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) to operate a corrupt administration under an iron wall of silence. The DOC, State Police, DA's office work in conjunction to railroad these men.  On August 24th, 2015, these men are facing trial for these bogus charges.  There is a campaign underway to dismiss the please visit scidallas6.blogspot.com for more information

  • 00:40

    Integrity in Law Enforcement and Corrections

    in Politics Progressive

    INTEGRITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS
    Hosted by Britton Mosley on "Human Rights Demand" channel 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand ~Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to go along with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Call-in (347) 857-3293. Email: britton.mosley@gmail.com


    "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work, but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection.


    Every day, police officers risk their own safety to apprehend criminals who disregard human rights. Inmates who are incarcerated while awaiting trial and after sentencing are guarded by corrections officers, who also risk their own safety in performance of their duties.


    All people must be presumed innocent until proved guilty in courts of law. Police officers must avoid using excessive force during arrests and interrogation. After sentencing, inmates have human rights that must be respected and protected by corrections officers. The main focus of incarceration should be rehabilitation. Human rights do not end at the prison gates, but every inmate has the right to a humane incarceration."


    Mosley interviews current and former law enforcement and corrections officers and justice group representatives as well as former inmates to present issues these parties encounter, determined to maintain his/her integrity despite challenges.

  • 00:30

    Integrity in Law Enforcement and Corrections

    in Politics Progressive

    INTEGRITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS
    Hosted by Britton Mosley on "Human Rights Demand" channel 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand ~Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to go along with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Call-in (347) 857-3293. Email: britton.mosley@gmail.com


    "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work, but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection.


    Every day, police officers risk their own safety to apprehend criminals who disregard human rights. Inmates who are incarcerated while awaiting trial and after sentencing are guarded by corrections officers, who also risk their own safety in performance of their duties.


    All people must be presumed innocent until proved guilty in courts of law. Police officers must avoid using excessive force during arrests and interrogation. After sentencing, inmates have human rights that must be respected and protected by corrections officers. The main focus of incarceration should be rehabilitation. Human rights do not end at the prison gates, but every inmate has the right to a humane incarceration."


    Mosley interviews current and former law enforcement and corrections officers and justice group representatives as well as former inmates to present issues these parties encounter, determined to maintain his/her integrity despite challenges.

  • 00:46

    Integrity in Law Enforcement and Corrections

    in Politics Progressive

    INTEGRITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS
    Hosted by Britton Mosley on "Human Rights Demand" channel 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand ~Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to go along with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Call-in (347) 857-3293. Email: britton.mosley@gmail.com


    "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work, but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection.


    Every day, police officers risk their own safety to apprehend criminals who disregard human rights. Inmates who are incarcerated while awaiting trial and after sentencing are guarded by corrections officers, who also risk their own safety in performance of their duties.


    All people must be presumed innocent until proved guilty in courts of law. Police officers must avoid using excessive force during arrests and interrogation. After sentencing, inmates have human rights that must be respected and protected by corrections officers. The main focus of incarceration should be rehabilitation. Human rights do not end at the prison gates, but every inmate has the right to a humane incarceration."


    Mosley interviews current and former law enforcement and corrections officers and justice group representatives as well as former inmates to present issues these parties encounter, determined to maintain his/her integrity despite challenges.

  • 01:05

    Dallas 6: Peaceful Protesters Charged with Riot in Solitary Confinement

    in Current Events

    Who are the Dallas 6?


    At SCI Dallas (PA), after a series of abuses at the hands of corrections officials, some prisoners housed in the solitary confinement unit decided they had enough and decided to stage a protest in response to the inhumane conditions and mistreatment of prisoners.  They decided it was time to do something about the inhumane conditions, immediately, before another prisoner dies or is brutally harmed. Each prisoner involved in the protest is now collectively referred to as the Dallas 6.  They are Andre Jacobs, Anthony Locke, Anthony Kelly, Carrington Keys, Duane Peters and Derrick Stanley.

    On April 28th 2010, prisoner Isaac Sanchez was subjected to a planned attack by the Restrictive Housing Unit (RHU) staff, forcibly removed from his cell and brutally beaten by officers in riot gear.   Sanchez was subject to this attack as a result of speaking out against the abuse at Dallas prison on behalf of his fellow comrades.  After being told they were next, Dallas 6 barricaded themselves in for protection and covered their cell windows.  They asked for outside intervention but instead were beaten, electroshocked and peppersprayed.  They filed complaints against the DOC and 3 months later, in retaliation, they were charged with riot. 

    As revealed in the Human Rights report, there has  long been a policy within the prison walls of Dallas and the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) to operate a corrupt administration under an iron wall of silence. The DOC, State Police, DA's office work in conjunction to railroad these men.   There is a campaign underway to dismiss the charges and I am reaching out for awareness and support.

  • 01:01

    "Keys for Success Monday" Having a Business Plan

    in Family

    Why is a Business Plan Important?


    Nearly all business experts agree on one thing: the importance of drafting a business plan. Yet plenty of companies plunge into the competitive arena without a formal plan. A lot of new businesses are carried away and figure their passion and optimism are enough to build a successful company. Others say they were just too busy to develop a formal business plan. But operating without a plan can prove even more time-consuming in the long run.




    An opportunity to test out a new idea to see if it holds real promise of success



    A clear statement of your business mission and vision



    A set of values that can help you steer your business through times of trouble



    A blueprint you can use to focus your energy and keep your company on track



    Benchmarks you can use to track your performance and make midcourse corrections



    A clear-eyed analysis of your industry, including opportunities and threats



    A portrait of your potential customers and their buying behaviors



    A rundown of your major competitors and your strategies for facing them



    An honest assessment of your company’s strengths and weaknesses



    A roadmap and timetable for achieving your goals and objectives



    A description of the products and services you offer



    An explanation of your marketing strategies



    An analysis of your revenues, costs, and projected profits




     

  • 00:46

    Integrity in Law Enforcement and Corrections

    in Politics Progressive

    INTEGRITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS
    Hosted by Britton Mosley on "Human Rights Demand" channel 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand ~Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to go along with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Call-in (347) 857-3293. Email: britton.mosley@gmail.com


    "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work, but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection.


    Every day, police officers risk their own safety to apprehend criminals who disregard human rights. Inmates who are incarcerated while awaiting trial and after sentencing are guarded by corrections officers, who also risk their own safety in performance of their duties.


    All people must be presumed innocent until proved guilty in courts of law. Police officers must avoid using excessive force during arrests and interrogation. After sentencing, inmates have human rights that must be respected and protected by corrections officers. The main focus of incarceration should be rehabilitation. Human rights do not end at the prison gates, but every inmate has the right to a humane incarceration."


    Mosley interviews current and former law enforcement and corrections officers and justice group representatives as well as former inmates to present issues these parties encounter, determined to maintain his/her integrity despite challenges.

  • 02:06

    Prison-Modern Day Slave Labor= Corporate Americas

    in Current Events

    Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) is a company that owns and manages private prisons and detention centers and operates others on a concession basis. The company is the largest private corrections company in the United States and manages more than 67 facilities with a designed capacity of 92,500 beds. CCA, incorporated in 1983 by three businessmen with experience in government and corrections, is based in Nashville, Tennessee


    Controversies involving the company include: treatment of inmates and disclosure of oversight, lobbying efforts to conceal details of operations, a lawsuit about gang influence in Idaho prison and substantial falsification of records, co-operation with local law enforcement in a school drug sweep, and the deadly 2012 riot in a Mississippi facility.


    Founded in 1983, Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) owns or operates jails and prisons on contract with federal, state and local governments. CCA designs, builds, manages and operates correctional facilities and detention centers for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the United States Marshals Service, as well as facilities across the United States.


    CCA houses approximately 90,000 offenders and detainees in its more than 60 facilities and employs more than 17,000 nationwide.


    The American Correctional Association (ACA) has accredited 90% of CCA's facilities. ACA's Accreditation is a system of verification that correctional agencies and facilities comply with national standards promulgated by the American Correctional Association. Accreditation is achieved through a series of reviews, evaluations, audits and hearings.

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