Prison Healthcare Angelia Burnette HCS 430 May 28, 2012 Susan Kajfasz Prison Healthcare Healthcare is a big topic no matter how you view it, but when looking at it from the point of a person who is in prison, it takes on a whole new view. Those who are in prison have federal and state laws that say that the prisons must provide them with medical facilities for their healthcare needs. This paper will identify a governmental agency that regulates the healthcare that is provided to prisoners in an institution within the United States, along with the foundation of such an agency and who regulates the licenses, accreditation, certifications, and authorization for employment for those who work within one of these
In another incident at Western Kentucky University, a young woman was raped, stabbed, and burned to death in her dorm. Everyone that entered the building was supposed to sign in and show identification in this case the one involved walked in without being questioned, he proceeded to her room where she was brutally murdered. When visitors are seen by security and made to sign in and show identification, it would help monitor the visitors in each building. Therefore, guards stationed outside of dorms at night would prevent unauthorized visitors in the building and the guards could personally identify who enters and leaves each building.
What was life in the prison like? Only few people can answer that question, but The Yuma Territorial Prison was not only a prison, it also had other activities which the prisoners could get involved in so they would not spend all day locked in a cell. For example a
On March 39, 2017, at 1224hrs, VA police received a Duress Alarm for 1E127. Investigation revealed that the Veteran was upset over not being able to receive her Ulfima Five Tens Unit. The MSA Clerk informed her that she would have to attend a class on how to properly us the Tens Unit. The Veteran demanded she give her the Tens Unit, because she had use it in the past. When the MSA Clerk refused and told her she would schedule her an appointment, the Veteran got angry and called the Clerk a witch and walked off. VA Police made contact with the Veteran at Primary Care Desk B lobby. Where the veteran gave an omission and stated she had an appointment and because the clerk was not at her desk she missed it. VA Police did however confirm that
Andersonville Prison epitomized the ultimate crime against humanity. The atrocities that transpired in this confederate prison sparked reaction and outrage at the conclusion of the Civil War. During the American Civil War, a prisoner of war was a person who was captured and imprisoned by the enemy. Both the Union and
Cholley allegedly broke in through the door when the off-duty officer gave verbal commands. Hunter said Cholley was unarmed and the off-duty officer was able to keep him at gunpoint until deputies arrived to arrest him without incident.
The Yuma Territorial Prison The Yuma Territorial Prison was opened July 1,1876. The first 7 prisoners admitted to the prison, had to build their own cells .THe prison was filled with a total of 3,069 prisoners including 29 women. The prison was opened for 33 years until it reached to the
On October 13, 2017 at around 10:45 PM, RA Tyler Shaw and RA Gabby McDonald were handling a noise violation in Davis Hall Room 216, when they heard yelling coming from Room 213. RA Shaw and RA McDonald finished handling the first incident and went immediately to handle the yelling. RA Shaw knocked on the door, they heard mild movement and the sound of crushing plastic bags. RA Shaw knocked once more and Davis Resident Jocelyn McConkey answered the door. RA Shaw asked if they could come in and the residents complied. RA Shaw explained that Davis Hall is under a no warning documentation after quiet hours, and they were being really loud. However, because RA Shaw and RA McDonald heard the movement before someone answered, they had probable cause
In this article called “Military Contractor Killed Committing Home Invasion” written by Bob Owens. A military contractor dies as he struggled with a Goldsboro, North Carolina homeowner for control of the gun that he pulled during a home invasion early Saturday morning. Today, many are constantly being affected by house invasion causing deaths. Innocent lives are being taken away from invasion even alarms can’t alarm the owners. This is one story that relates to all the other stories written about thief’s entering a house.
DuChein Fox 6-29-15 2015SU-ENGL-1302-45402 Racial Profiling: Hoods and Badges Poughkeepsie, NY- An African- American professor at Vassar College, a predominantly white university, is sitting in his office with the door open. Other professors are in their office as well nearby. A campus security officer walks by the professor’s office and notices him. Shortly after, the campus officer requests to see the professor’s identification and papers that would verify his reasoning for being in that office. What caused enough doubt about that particular professor, unlike the other professors who were left unbothered, for the officer to single him out and embarrass him in front of his colleagues? What had the professor done to receive the extra unsolicited attention from the law officer and be required to verify his position on campus? 
On May 4 1920 at the school of Washington high they were preparing for their field trip to the Washington prison. The principal was trying to scare the kids so they don’t go to prison. They began the ride on the bus and talked the whole way, they finally go there and there were giant walls around the prison. All the kids wondered why they needed walls that high. Then a man named Jim walked out and smiled he said he was going to be giving them there tour.
I arrived on scene and attempted to gain access into the building through the rear door. I observed a light sporadically
Chapter II Two guards armed with X26 Tasers walked just a half step behind me as I walked down the sterile, white tiled hall. The fluorescent lights buzzed overhead. One of the guards rapped on a metal door and swung
On 04/26/16 APM Jakub Orlando reviewed CCTV to confirm this allegation. CCTV confirmed that on 04/07/16 Mr. Nichols allegedly was blocking the door and physically trying to stop the suspected individual from leaving the store.
When approaching the situation the lead staff member Carolyn asked for all the staff to go off-line except for the graveyard staff. This went on for two hours, Nick continued to engage in conversations with the resident which at this point Nick was forcing his will onto the resident which made the resident escalate more and he started breaking windows.