Multimedia Resources

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Audio Link 9.1: Doubling Up Prisoners In 'Solitary' Creates Deadly Consequences
Description: An investigation by NPR and The Marshall Project, a news organization that specializes in criminal justice, found that this practice — called double celling — is widespread in state and federal prisons. And as we learned, those cellmates often fight, attack and, sometimes, kill.

Audio Link 9.2: Prison Rape
Description: Prison Rape Law A Decade Old, But Most States Not In Compliance

Video Link 9.1: Life in a Supermax Prison
Description: If Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is sent to the United States Penitentiary Administrative-Maximum Facility in Florence, Colorado, he'll be cut off from the world. See what life is like for inmates inside a Supermax prison.

Video Link 9.2: Responding to offenders’ needs motivates behavior change

Video Link 9.3: Prison Guards
Description: An urgent bulletin is going out to law enforcement Wednesday, warning of a new threat of attacks against officers on the street and in prisons.

Video Link 9.4: Prison gang violence reduction strategy

Video Link 9.5: Group violence reduction strategy shows positive results in Washington state prison

Web Link 9.1: Prison Security Levels
Description: Website for the Federal Bureau of Prisons

Web Link 9.2: Deprivation in Prison
Description: Prisoners Allege Claims of Deprivation, Physical and Sexual Abuse