Abigael Shem has eight years of experience in academic, content, research and creative writing, editing and proofreading. Developing any type of content is now an easy task for her. When she's not writing, she enjoys singing, dancing, hiking, traveling and sports, especially football and basketball. Abigael currently writes news for prison loved ones on Prison Rideshare Network.
Sean Ingram along with Sean Ingram Academy staff and students smiling, satisfied that they're making a difference in Wake County, North Carolina.
Latest News School to Prison Pipeline

Sean Ingram Academy is Keeping Kids Out of North Carolina Prisons

Sean Ingram academy was established and designed to keep Wake County kids out of North Carolina prisons, all while teaching them how to succeed. Sean Ingram is a 41-year-old man who works with kids who are at risk in Wake County Public School System. Ingram helps students stay successful and out of North Carolina prisons. Read More…

A noose for in a prison cell.
Latest News Prison Suicides & Deaths

Uncountable Prison Deaths: The Rise of Suicide Rates in New Jersey

According to a recent report, it is almost impossible to tell how many people are dying from suicide while in custody at New Jersey correctional facilities. The Felon’s 2019 Guide to Finding a Job & Becoming an Entrepreneur: Don’t let your past dictate your future. You can still achieve your financial goals, even if you’ve Read More…

Prison inmates from Delaware that will take part in the prison transfer to Pennsylvania.
Latest News Mass Incarceration

Hundreds of Inmates Affected by Delaware to Pennsylvania Transfer

Hundreds of inmates are being transferred from Delaware to Pennsylvania. The Carney administration is doing this to save on correctional officers’ overtime pay. The transfer will take place over several months. The Pennsylvania Transfer Aims at Cutting Prison Costs According to Delaware prisons spokeswoman Jayme Gravell, the Pennsylvania Department of corrections will accept at most Read More…

A mental inmate in a straight jacket sitting in her padded cell, trapped in the prison of her own mind and poor mental healthcare.
Breaking News Prison Health Issues

Another Psychiatrist Files Complaint on Mental Health in California Prisons

A new whistleblower complaint from a California Prison psychiatrist sheds light on the inadequate mental health treatment provided for inmates in need. Psychiatric care improvement for California prisoners has been a combat over the years. A federal judge has decided to take action to safeguard yet another psychiatric who has filed a prison mental healthcare Read More…

An Ohio voting sticker discarded in the street, more than likely symbolic of Issue 1 not succeeding in the recent election.
Breaking News Mass Incarceration

Issue 1 Ohio – Failure That Keeps Drug Offenders from Their Families

The proposal set to moderate penalties for a number of drug offenders was a failure. Ohio voters and families eventually saw too many weaknesses on Issue 1. According to early informal election results, the proposal measure was failing 65% to 35%. On November, 6, the Associated Press announced that Issue 1 had failed. Possession Charges Read More…

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey (right) shaking a prison inmate's hand at a job fair meant to reduce recidivism.
After Release Programs Latest News Re-Entry Programs & Jobs Recidivism in the US

Second Chance Program Reduces Recidivism for Arizona Prison Inmates

The Second Chance program seeks to reduce recidivism in Arizona. It aims to achieve this by giving prison inmates aid through job and life skills training. Many prisoners under the program are mainly those highly likely to commit another crime upon release. The Second Chance Program vs Arizona Recidivism Rates The Second Chance Program has Read More…

Suge Knight sitting in Court with a fed up look on his face.
Breaking News Famous Prisoners Series

Marion Suge Knight Gets 28 Years in Prison for Murdering His Friend

On the 4th of October, Marion “Suge” Knight got 28 years behind bars. He was charged in the killing of Terry Carter, a businessman, in Compton in 2015. Before the court proceeding on Thursday, he accepted to a lengthy jail term. This was after pleading no contest to the voluntary slaying of Carter. By pleading Read More…

A photo of Kendall Scheid (left) and Duncan Unternaher (right).
Early Release Programs Latest News

Student Who Stabbed Roommate to Death Over Fast-Food Released Early

Kendal Scheid was a former University of Akron student. Released on the 2nd of October, Judge Margaret Rowlands released him after 10 months in jail. Kendal Scheid, a former University of Akron student was released on Tuesday the 2nd of October. He was ordered released by Judge Margaret Rowlands, a Summit County Common Pleas Judge. Read More…