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Her mother worked for the state of California , while her father was a mechanic. Her father died in June Grey attended four high schools, among them Highlands High in California, having been unhappy in each one, [1] though she graduated a year early at the age of Grey states that her parents were not happy with her involvement in the adult industry, but that they are on good terms nonetheless.

In May , Grey moved to Los Angeles and began appearing in adult films just after turning Grey quickly made a name for herself in the business after she asked Siffredi to punch her in the stomach; however, she later stated that she was improvising and it was taken out of context.

Grey has indicated particular appreciation for the work of Andrew Blake and Kimberly Kane. Scott of The New York Times described her pornographic career as "distinguished both by the extremity of what she is willing to do and an unusual degree of intellectual seriousness about doing it. Less than six months after entering the adult industry, Grey was featured in the November edition of Los Angeles where she was flagged as a potential major star, perhaps the next Jenna Jameson.

There was speculation that the show was heavily manipulated through editing, and did not include her defense of adult film as a career choice. The show was also criticized for doing this to increase its dramatic value. Grey was profiled in the December Rolling Stone magazine. In , she was named by CNBC as one of the 12 most popular stars in adult film. Grey has been an advocate for the adult industry and defended her choice to be an adult film actress.

In a March interview, she spoke in defense of the industry and on behalf of outed Duke University student turned adult film star, Belle Knox. Grey supported Bernie Sanders during the Democratic Party presidential primaries.

She has modeled for French fashion designer Max Azria 's ready to wear line Manoukian, [42] Italian footwear brand Forfex for an international campaign, [9] and American Apparel. Grey has appeared in Playboy twice, first in a December pictorial, and then for the cover feature in October She plays a TV news personality who goes undercover as an actress in a horror film production, only to discover her older sister's murderer.

Grey played the lead role, "Chelsea", an escort who is paid to act as her clients' girlfriend, in Academy Award -winning director Steven Soderbergh 's film The Girlfriend Experience. She doesn't really fit the typical mold of someone who goes into the adult film business I'd never heard anybody talk about the business the way that she talked about it. Grey was cast for the seventh season of the HBO show Entourage , where she played a fictionalized version of herself.

Her character was Vincent Chase 's new girlfriend in a multi-episode arc. The film premiered in Indonesia on April 28, The Third , which was released in November In February , she appeared in the music video for Eminem 's song " Space Bound ".

Previously, she appeared in the music video for the song "Birthday Girl" by The Roots. In , Grey began an industrial music collaboration, called aTelecine , with Pablo St. In July , it was announced that Grey was no longer a member of the group and that Ian Cinnamon and new vocalist, Sveio, were the only remaining full-time members.

In August , it was announced by the psytrance band Infected Mushroom that Grey's vocals would be featured in their upcoming album Converting Vegetarians II in the track Fields of Grey. Grey identifies herself as atheist [86] and bisexual. Reportedly, her involvement in such activity was first denied to the media by school officials. Parents were upset that a former adult film actress would read to their children as part of an education program.

She responded to the controversy by stating, "I believe education is a universal right. I committed to this program with the understanding that people would have their own opinions about what I have done, who I am, and what I represent. Pet of the Year: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 25 October Sasha Grey Grey in List of awards and nominations received by Sasha Grey. Archived from the original on May 26, Retrieved February 21, Retrieved December 5, These include inmates who have committed assaults, murders, or other serious violations in less secure facilities, and inmates known to be or accused of being prison gang members.

Most states have either a supermax section of a prison facility or an entire prison facility designated as a supermax. Florence , located in Florence, Colorado , also known as the " Alcatraz of the Rockies " and widely considered to be perhaps the most secure prison in the United States. Florence has a standard supermax section where assaultive, violent, and gang-related inmates are kept under normal supermax conditions of hour confinement and abridged amenities.

Florence is considered to be of a security level above that of all other prisons in the United States, at least in the "ideological" ultramax part of it, which features permanent, hour solitary confinement with rare human contacts or opportunity to earn better conditions through good behavior.

In a maximum security prison or area called high security in the federal system , all prisoners have individual cells [] with sliding doors controlled from a secure remote control station. When out of their cells, prisoners remain in the cell block or an exterior cage. Movement out of the cell block or "pod" is tightly restricted using restraints and escorts by correctional officers.

Under close security , prisoners usually have one- or two-person cells operated from a remote control station. Each cell has its own toilet and sink. Inmates may leave their cells for work assignments or correctional programs and otherwise may be allowed in a common area in the cellblock or an exercise yard.

The fences are generally double fences with watchtowers housing armed guards, plus often a third, lethal-current electric fence in the middle. Prisoners that fall into the medium security group may sleep in cells, but share them two and two, and use bunk beds [] with lockers to store their possessions.

The cell may have showers, toilets and sinks, but it's not a strictly enforced rule. There is less supervision over the internal movements of prisoners.

The perimeter is generally double fenced and regularly patrolled. Prisoners in minimum security facilities are considered to pose little physical risk to the public and are mainly non-violent " white collar criminals ".

Minimum security prisoners live in less-secure dormitories, [] which are regularly patrolled by correctional officers. As in medium security facilities, they have communal showers, toilets, and sinks.

A minimum-security facility generally has a single fence that is watched, but not patrolled, by armed guards. At facilities in very remote and rural areas, there may be no fence at all. Prisoners may often work on community projects, such as roadside litter cleanup with the state department of transportation or wilderness conservation.

Many minimum security facilities are small camps located in or near military bases, larger prisons outside the security perimeter or other government institutions to provide a convenient supply of convict labor to the institution. Many states allow persons in minimum-security facilities access to the Internet.

Research indicates that inmates who maintain contact with family and friends in the outside world are less likely to be convicted of further crimes and usually have an easier reintegration period back into society. However, guidelines exist as to what constitutes acceptable mail, and these policies are strictly enforced. Mail sent to inmates in violation of prison policies can result in sanctions such as loss of imprisonment time reduced for good behavior.

Most Department of Corrections websites provide detailed information regarding mail policies. These rules can even vary within a single prison depending on which part of the prison an inmate is housed. For example, death row and maximum security inmates are usually under stricter mail guidelines for security reasons. There have been several notable challenges to prison corresponding services.

The Missouri Department of Corrections DOC stated that effective June 1, , inmates would be prohibited from using pen pal websites, citing concerns that inmates were using them to solicit money and defraud the public.

Similar bans on an inmate's rights or a website's right to post such information has been ruled unconstitutional in other courts, citing First Amendment freedoms. The non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch claims that prisoners and detainees face "abusive, degrading and dangerous" conditions within local, state and federal facilities, including those operated by for-profit contractors. In August , a Harper's article by Wil S.

Some 50 prisoners died in custody in the first 8 months of , compared to 37 for the preceding two years combined. Also identified as an issue within the prison system is gang violence, because many gang members retain their gang identity and affiliations when imprisoned. Segregation of identified gang members from the general population of inmates, with different gangs being housed in separate units often results in the imprisonment of these gang members with their friends and criminal cohorts.

Some feel this has the effect of turning prisons into "institutions of higher criminal learning. Many prisons in the United States are overcrowded. For example, California's 33 prisons have a total capacity of ,, but they hold , inmates.

They do this by placing hundreds of bunk beds next to one another, in these gyms, without any type of barriers to keep inmates separated. In California, the inadequate security engendered by this situation, coupled with insufficient staffing levels, have led to increased violence and a prison health system that causes one death a week.

Schwarzenegger and Coleman v. Schwarzenegger courts found California's prisons have become criminogenic as a result of prison overcrowding.

In , the U. Supreme Court case of Cutter v. Wilkinson established that prisons that received federal funds could not deny prisoners accommodations necessary for religious practices. According to a Supreme Court ruling issued on May 23, , California — which has the highest overcrowding rate of any prison system in the country — must alleviate overcrowding in the state's prisons, reducing the prisoner population by 30, over the next two years. Solitary confinement is widely used in US prisons , yet it is underreported by most states, while some don't report it at all.

Isolation of prisoners has been condemned by the UN in as a form of torture. At over 80, at any given time, the US has more prisoners confined in isolation than any other country in the world. In Louisiana, with prisoners per , citizens, there have been prisoners, such as the Angola Three , held for as long as forty years in isolation.

In , the Supreme Court of Norway refused to extradite American hashish -smuggler Henry Hendricksen, as they declared that US prisons do not meet their minimum humanitarian standards. In , some people died while being held in local jails not in prisons after being convicted of a crime and sentenced throughout the United States. As of September , condoms for prisoners are only available in the U.

State of Vermont on September 17, , the California Senate approved a bill for condom distribution inside the state's prisons, but the bill was not yet law at the time of approval [] and in county jails in San Francisco. In September , a group of corrections officers at Holman Correctional Facility have gone on strike over safety concerns and overcrowding. Prisoners refer to the facility as a "slaughterhouse" as stabbings are a routine occurrence. Prior to the s, private prisons did not exist in the U.

During the s, as a result of the War on Drugs by the Reagan Administration , the number of people incarcerated rose. This created a demand for more prison space.

The result was the development of privatization and the for-profit prison industry. A study was performed using three comparable Louisiana medium security prisons, two of which were privately run by different corporations and one of which was publicly run.

The data from this study suggested that the privately run prisons operated more cost-effectively without sacrificing the safety of inmates and staff. The study concluded that both privately run prisons had a lower cost per inmate, a lower rate of critical incidents, a safer environment for employees and inmates, and a higher proportional rate of inmates who completed basic education, literacy, and vocational training courses.

However, the publicly run prison outperformed the privately run prisons in areas such as experiencing fewer escape attempts, controlling substance abuse through testing, offering a wider range of educational and vocational courses, and providing a broader range of treatment, recreation, social services, and rehabilitative services.

According to Marie Gottschalk , a professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, studies that claim private prisons are cheaper to run than public prisons fail to "take into account the fundamental differences between private and public facilities," and that the prison industry "engages in a lot of cherry-picking and cost-shifting to maintain the illusion that the private sector does it better for less.

The ACLU stated that the for-profit prison industry is "a major contributor to bloated state budgets and mass incarceration — not a part of any viable solution to these urgent problems. In Mississippi , a Bloomberg report stated that assault rates in private facilities were three times higher on average than in their public counterparts.

In , the for-profit Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility was the most violent prison in the state with 27 assaults per offenders. Campbell of Dartmouth College claims that private prisons in the U. Controversy has surrounded the privatization of prisons with the exposure of the genesis of the landmark Arizona SB law. Some prison officers unions in publicly run facilities such as California Correctional Peace Officers Association have, in the past, also supported measures such as three-strike laws.

Such laws increased the prison population. Such companies often sign contracts with states obliging them to fill prison beds or reimburse them for those that go unused. Private companies which provide services to prisons combine in the American Correctional Association , a c 3 which advocates legislation favorable to the industry. Such private companies comprise what has been termed the prison—industrial complex. The industry is aware of what reduced crime rates could mean to their bottom line.

Our growth … depends on a number of factors we cannot control, including crime rates …[R]eductions in crime rates … could lead to reductions in arrests, convictions and sentences requiring incarceration at correctional facilities. Marie Gottschalk claims that while private prison companies and other economic interests were not the primary drivers of mass incarceration originally, they do much to sustain it today.

They have opposed measures that would bring reduced sentencing or shorter prison terms. The poor pay is a likely factor in the high turnover rate in private prisons, at An August report by the U. Department of Justice asserts that privately operated federal facilities are less safe, less secure and more punitive than other federal prisons.

According to Sessions, "the Obama administration memorandum changed long-standing policy and practice, and impaired the bureau's ability to meet the future needs of the federal correctional system.

Therefore, I direct the bureau to return to its previous approach. It is estimated that 1 in 9 state government employees works in corrections.

For instance, Virginia has removed 11 prisons since Like other small towns, Boydton in Virginia has to contend with unemployment woes resulting from the closure of the Mecklenburg Correctional Center. In September , large, coordinated prison strikes took place in 11 states, with inmates claiming they are subjected to poor sanitary conditions and jobs that amount to forced labor and modern day slavery. Starting August 21, , another prison strike, sponsored by Jailhouse Lawyers Speak and the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee , took place in 17 states from coast to coast to protest what inmates regard as unfair treatment by the criminal justice system.

In particular, inmates objected to being excluded from the 13th amendment which forces them to work for pennies a day, a condition they assert is tantamount to "modern-day slavery. Bureau of Justice Statistics. Twenty years ago most nonviolent defendants were released on their own recognizance trusted to show up at trial.

Now most are given bail, and most pay a bail bondsman to afford it. Bondsmen have lobbied to cut back local pretrial programs from Texas to California, pushed for legislation in four states limiting pretrial's resources, and lobbied Congress so that they won't have to pay the bond if the defendant commits a new crime.

Behind them, the bondsmen have powerful special interest group and millions of dollars. Pretrial release agencies have a smattering of public employees and the remnants of their once-thriving programs.

To ease jail overcrowding over 10 counties every year consider building new jails. The jail system costs a quarter of every county tax dollar in Broward County, and is the single largest expense to the county taxpayer.

Twenty-one states wholly or partially excluded juvenile delinquency counseling from their corrections figures and fifteen states wholly or partially excluded spending on juvenile institutions.

Seventeen states wholly or partially excluded spending on drug abuse rehabilitation centers and forty-one states wholly or partially excluded spending on institutions for the criminally insane.

Twenty-two states wholly or partially excluded aid to local governments for jails. For details, see Table As of [update] , the cost of medical care for inmates was growing by 10 percent annually. According to a study by researchers at Washington University in St. Increasing incarceration has a negative effect on crime, but this effect becomes smaller as the incarceration rate increases. The rate of prisoner releases in a given year in a community is also positively related to that community's crime rate the following year.

A study of panel data from to indicated that the crime-reducing effects of increasing incarceration are totally offset by the crime-increasing effects of prisoner re-entry. Former inmate Wenona Thompson argues "I realized that I became part of a cycle, a system, that looked forward to seeing me there. And I was aware that I would be one of those people who fill up their prisons".

The effects of such high incarceration rates are also shown in other ways. For example, a person who has been recently released from prison is ineligible for welfare in most states. They are not eligible for subsidized housing, and for Section 8 they have to wait two years before they can apply. In addition to finding housing, they also have to find employment, but this can be difficult as employers often check for a potential employees Criminal record. She wrote "there are more African Americans under correctional control -- in prison or jail, on probation or parole -- than were enslaved in , a decade before the Civil War began".

Blacks with advanced degrees have fewer convictions. Blacks without advanced education have more. Incarceration of an individual does not have a singular effect: For every mother that is incarcerated in the United States there are about another ten people children, grandparents, community, etc. Given the general vulnerability and naivete of children, it is important to understand how such a traumatic event adversely affects children.

The effects of an early traumatic experience of a child can be categorized into health effects and behavioral externalizations. Many studies have searched for a correlation between witnessing a parent's arrest and a wide variety of physiological issues. For example, Lee et al. Though most of the adverse effects that result from parental incarceration are regardless of whether the mother or father was arrested, some differences have been discovered.

There has also been a substantial effort to understand how this traumatic experience manifests in the child's mental health and to identify externalizations that may be helpful for a diagnosis. The most prominent mental health outcomes in these children are Anxiety disorder , Depression mood , and Posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD. Given the chronic nature of these diseases, they can be detected and observed at distinct points in a child's development, allowing for ample research.

These behavioral externalizations are most evident at school when the child interacts with peers and adults. This behavior leads to punishment and less focus on education, which has obvious consequences for future educational and career prospects. There are four main phases that can be distinguished in the process of arresting a parent: Re-entry is not relevant if a parent is not arrested for other crimes. During each of these phases, solutions can be implemented that mitigate the harm placed on the children during the process.

One in five children witness their parent arrested by authorities, and a study interviewing 30 children reported that the children experienced Flashbulb Memories and Nightmare s associated with the day their parent was arrested. For example, the city of San Francisco has implemented training policies for its police officers with the goal of making them more cognizant of the familial situation before entering the home.

The guidelines go a step further and stipulate that if no information is available before the arrest, that officers ask the suspect about the possibility of any children in the house.

New Mexico passed a law advocating for child safety during parental arrest and california provides funding to agencies to train personnel how to appropriately conduct an arrest in the presence of family members.

During the sentencing phase, the judge is the primary authority in determine if the appropriate punishment, if any.

Allowing a parent to serve their sentence closer to their residence will allow for easier visitation and a healthier relationship. While serving a sentence, measures have been put in place to allow parents to exercise their duty as role models and caretakers. The state of New York state allows newborns to be with their mothers for up to one year.

The last phase of the incarceration process is re-entry back into the community, but more importantly, back into the family structure. Though the time away is painful for the family, it does not always welcome back the previously incarcerated individual with open arms.

Of the four outlined phases, re-entry is the least emphasized from a public policy perspective. This is not to say it is the least important, however, as there are concerns that time in a correctional facility can deteriorate the caretaking ability of some prisoners.

As a result, Oklahoma has taken measurable strides by providing parents with the tools they need to re-enter their families. Felony records greatly influence the chances of people finding employment. Many employers seem to use criminal history as a screening mechanism without attempting to probe deeper. Prison can cause social anxiety, distrust, and other psychological issues that negatively affect a person's reintegration into an employment setting.

Although incarceration in general has a huge effect on employment, the effects become even more pronounced when looking at race. Black men with no criminal background have a harder time finding employment than white men who have a history of criminal activity.

While Pager's study is greatly informative, it does lack some valuable information. Pager only studied white and black males, which leaves out women and people of other races. It also fails to account for the fact that applying for jobs has largely shifted from applying in person to applying over the Internet.

A study done by Scott H. Decker, Cassia Spohn, Natalie R. This study was set up similarly to the Pager study, but with the addition of female job applicants, Hispanic job applicants, and online job applications. The results of Arizona State University study were somewhat different from Pager's study, but the main finding was expected: Incarceration decreased the chances of getting employed.

The effects of incarceration on female applicants in general were that females with a prison record were less likely to receive a callback compared to females without a prison record. The significant exceptions are white women applying in person and Hispanic women with a community college degree applying online.

The effects of incarceration on male applicants applying in-person was that males with a prison record were less likely than males without a prison record to receive a callback.

However, the effects of incarceration on male applicants applying online were nearly nonexistent. The Arizona State University study also had results that contradicted Pager's study.

It found that white males with a prison record did not have a higher callback rate than black males and Hispanic males without a prison record. Mass incarceration cannot be remedied in a short length of time, because each prisoner serves a separate sentence, the average length of sentences has risen over the last 35 years and public support for prison reform is still relatively low.

Decriminalizing drugs has been suggested by libertarians and advocated for by socialists, but remains a remote political option. Additional parole and probation can be facilitated with enhanced electronic monitoring, though monitoring is expensive. Supreme Court upheld prisoner releases to relieve California's unconstitutional prison conditions in Brown v.

Plata, long-standing litigation wherein the federal courts intervened as they have done in most states through the years. There is also the Prison abolition movement which calls for the immediate elimination and reduction of both public and private prisons. Angela Davis is a popular advocate for the prison abolition movement and has outlined how organizations like G4S , the third largest private corporation just behind McDonald's and Foxconn, make a huge profit from privatized prisons across the globe.

Socialists have been a major advocate for abolition of prisons and argues that capitalism has led to the creation of prisons as well as mass-incarceration by pointing to G4S which profits from locking up other people behind bars and segregating lands in other countries, as well as enforcing borders and deporting immigrants.

Angela Davis explains many of these views and how to implement reforms based on rehabilitation over incarceration. There is greater indication that education in prison helps prevent reincarceration. Dropout rates are seven times greater for children in impoverished areas than those who come from families of higher incomes.

This is due to the fact that many children in poverty are more likely to have to work and care for family members. High rates of incarceration may be due to sentence length, which is further driven by many other factors.

Congress has ordered federal judges to make imprisonment decisions "recognizing that imprisonment is not an appropriate means of promoting correction and rehabilitation. American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap , journalist Matt Taibbi argues that the expanding disparity of wealth and the increasing criminalization of those in poverty have culminated in the U. Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, asserted that the justice system throughout the U.

Some scholars have linked the ascent of neoliberal , free market ideology in the late s to mass incarceration. Another possibly cause for this increase of incarceration since the s could be the " war on drugs ," which started around that time.

More elected prosecutors were favored by voters for promising to take more harsh approaches than their opponents, such as locking up more people. Reporting at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association August 3, , Becky Pettit , associate professor of sociology from the University of Washington and Bryan Sykes, a UW post-doctoral researcher, revealed that the mammoth increase in the United States's prison population since the s is having profound demographic consequences that affect 1 in 50 Americans.

Drawing data from a variety of sources that looked at prison and general populations, the researchers found that the boom in prison population is hiding lowered rates of fertility and increased rates of involuntary migration to rural areas and morbidity that is marked by a greater exposure to and risk of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and HIV or AIDS.

On December 21, U. He noted the state's "outdated and unsupported assumptions about HIV and the prison system's ability to deal with HIV-positive prisoners. On August 12, , at the American Bar Association 's House of Delegates meeting, Attorney General Eric Holder announced the "Smart on Crime" program, which is "a sweeping initiative by the Justice Department that in effect renounces several decades of tough-on-crime anti-drug legislation and policies.

The procedural use of strip searches and cavity searches in the prison system has raised human rights concerns. In relation to popular culture , mass incarceration has become a popular issue in the Hip-Hop community. By presenting the negative implications of mass incarceration in a way that is widespread throughout popular culture, rap music is more likely to impact younger generations than a book or scholarly article would. Hip hop accounts of mass incarceration are based on victim-based testimony and are effective in inspiring others to speak out against the corrupt criminal justice system.

In addition to references in popular music, mass incarceration has also played a role in modern film. For example, Ava DuVernay's Netflix film 13th , released in , criticizes mass incarceration and compares it to the history of slavery throughout the United States, beginning with the provision of the 13th Amendment that allows for involuntary servitude "as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted.

The fight against mass incarceration has also been a part of the larger discourse in the 21st century movement for Black Lives. BlackLivesMatter , a progressive movement created by Alicia Garza after the murder of Trayvon Martin , was designed as an online platform to fight against anti-black sentiments such as mass incarceration, police brutality , and ingrained racism within modern society. According to Garza, "Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise.

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