Aug 10th, 2020
Education and Innovation Todd Marshall, Ph.D., of Ashland University, incarcerated individuals are often in and out of prison. He says they are looking for a way to set a new direction on life.
Jun 23rd, 2020
Kendall County offered the SecureView® Tablets to their incarcerated residents, which give them access to critical content such as free betterment programs and communication tools to help prepare them for successful reintegration to society upon release.
Jun 2nd, 2020
Kendall County offered the SecureView® Tablets to their incarcerated residents, which give them access to critical
Illinois. John Repel and Adrian Villegas are incarcerated individuals who feel a higher power is giving them a second chance at life. Their inspiration is delivered through free faith
May 22nd, 2020
With its 21st century technology, the program has helped over 150,000 students with digital education content.
May 7th, 2020
Kendall County incarcerated individuals had unproductive, idle time on their hands, which sometimes resulted in violence.
Sheriff Dwight Baird felt the population did not have enough opportunity to improve its life to prepare for reentry into society.
Mar 26th, 2020
“It has taught me how to do my personal and business taxes, save money and rebuild my credit as opposed to filing for bankruptcy,” Woodman stated.
Mar 13th, 2020
Bond Set at $50,000 For a Possible Attempt to Deliver a Controlled Substance (meth) Into a Missouri DOC Facility.
Feb 10th, 2020
SecurusConnects.com Viewer Becomes Inspired Through Video Series