Why is inmate classification is often referred to as the "cornerstone" of corrections?

Why is inmate classification is often referred to as the "cornerstone" of corrections?

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"I feel good" is good grammar. "Good" is an adjective that describes mood, and some other possible feelings are bad, happy, exhilarated. "I feel bad" is also correct. "Well" is most often an adverb rather than a feeling. "I feel well" could be acceptable for someone who judges the quality of ...

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No, As of July 1 2009, no extra gain time was awarded.
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How can I find an inmate nationally

Use google for a data base

Where can I get a local number for a correctional facility for an inmate

You should be able to get a number from the State's web site. However, inmates don't get to pick what company to use. The State decides who the carrier is and inmates have to use that carrier with no exceptions. All calls are monitored and the State makes money on the calls so they won't allow ...

How much does it cost to house a inmate who has ...

I was told that in Missouri, they receive $100,000 for each new inmate and 10,000 as long as they are in prison.

Why is the demand for labor referred to as a "derived" demand?

The demand for labor is not a consumer demand. It is instead derived from the consumer demand for products, which require labor to manufacture, deliver and service.