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This report summarises the proceedings of the two-day meeting the ICRC organised in December 2016 on the needs of older prisoners.
Compassionate release allows prisoners facing imminent death, advancing age, or debilitating medical conditions to secure early release when those
There is a dearth of knowledge on the role of cumulative trauma, stress, and minority oppression on recidivism among incarcerated elder population.
Older incarcerated individuals comprise the fastest growing demographic in the US prison system.
America’s prison population is aging rapidly.
The population of a prison system is a function of the number of people who enter and how long they stay.
This is the sixth analysis in a series examining how health care is funded and delivered in state-run prisons, as well as how care continuity is fa
Pursuant to section 3582(c)(1)(A) of title 18, United States Code, courts are authorized to reduce a defendant’s term of imprisonment based on “ext
The aging of the prison population has implications for the quality and type of services they receive in the correctional system, as well as for re
The unremitting growth of older inmates in prison populations is one of the most pressing concerns in federal corrections today; however, empirical
In September 2013, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) incarcerated 164,566 federal inmates in 119 BOP-managed institutions.