Tag: 60 Days In
Professors Bryanna Fox and Edelyn Verona of the University of South Florida are leading a project that evaluates all inmates that come through the Pasco County jail to compare people who are arrested for domestic violence to people arrested for burglary to people arrested for murder.
Tommy Ray, a special agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, came up with an idea that would revolutionize cold-case homicide investigations: making a game out of it. Now prison inmates around the country use playing cards with photos of cold-case victims on them.
Deb Davis of Paws With a Cause, a group that works with six Michigan Department of Corrections facilities to train service and assistance dogs, talks to us about how inmates train the dogs and what inmates and prisons get out of their program.
While one of the biggest drug kingpins in Washington, D.C. remains in a federal penitentiary, his namesake son, Tony Lewis Jr. is helping children with a parent in prison. He talks to us about his struggle getting people to understand that when a person goes to prison, their family goes with them.