Tag: 60 Days In
For six seasons and counting, A&E's '60 Days In' has given TV viewers a unique look into jails across the country, by pointing the cameras on undercover inmates for two-month stretches. Read how the show has helped spur change at some of these facilities.
Drugs are killing Americans in record numbers, but not everyone is being hit equally hard. Police and public-health workers battling the problem near Interstate Highway I-65—which runs south-to-north through Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana—are at its front lines. The highway is a supply line favored by Mexican cartels flooding Appalachia and the Midwest.
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.