Serve a little time with us in the Dakota County Jail. Ever wonder what it would be like to go to jail? Heres your chance to go behind locked doors and find out. The Dakota County Jail is respected as one of the cleanest and best run jails in Minnesota. Part of the staffs mission is to provide prisoners an environment where they can behave like law abiding people; a place where they know someone is definitely in charge. Be sure to click "watch in HD"
"Breaking the chains that bind" Dakota County jail - an unlikely art studio More than 2 million people will be released from local jails in the next year. Weve heard the statistics about those likely to reoffend, but Blair Anderson, Dakota Countys jail commander, chooses to focus on hope. Anderson knows inmates will be released and when they get out, he wants them to stay out. He looks for ways to connect inmates to programs that will help them get established once they leave. He is also recognizing talents of those in jail to use those skills to inspire and give hope to others. Right now Joel Foote, Michael Vance, and Carl Asfeld are artists in an unlikely studio. Theyre creating art that will inspire inmates, perhaps an even broader audience. The three inmates stand on a scaffold, hands black from charcoal, using art to bring a concrete wall to life. Art decorates their bodies too, a canvas for tattoos that tell only part of their story. A 30-foot by 15-foot wall in the jails gym stands before them as a new canvas for a mural that promises hope and inspiration. An American Flag flies free over the skylines of Minneapolis and St. Paul with and eagle soaring above. A prisoner bowed low in his cell is watched by a guardian angel. Praying hands and breaking chains convey the present trial and the future hope. The flags colors will contrast with the stark charcoal drawing. Thats the concept for the mural. The theme: Breaking the chains that bind. Its a space used for handball and other sports as well as church services and group activities. It will inspire inmates—perhaps it could inspire others, too. Anderson knows jails are filled with talent. Many are artist, some are skilled tradesman and some are former business owners. Getting inmates to recognize their talents and find ways to contribute is one of Andersons goals. Helping to link inmates with resources is another. He has started unique programs, hopeful that the opportunities he finds for inmates will make a difference in their lives and in the lives of communities. Be sure to click "watch in HD"
Dakota County Jail inmates Michael Vance, Joel Foote and Carl Asfeld worked on a mural in the jail gymnasium as part of a new effort to inspire inmates to use their talents and stay out of jail.
Jesse Boyd preaches the Gospel in a South Dakota County Jail.
Watch and read more here about Life Behind Bars for GBT Inmates at the K6G: http://bit.ly/1woqzPo At the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail, a separate wing exists for gay, bisexual, and transgender inmates. Since its creation, the unit has gained a reputation as one of the safer, community-oriented units. The unit, known as the K6G, is home to approximately 360 GBT inmates. It was established in 1985 after the ACLU filed a lawsuit urging for the protection and prevention of assault against LGBT inmates. In this segment of "SoCal Connected," reporter Val Zavala tours the K6G unit and interviews GBT inmates charged with nonviolent felonies for a closer look at what happens behind bars. Watch all SoCal Connected videos here: http://bit.ly/1ludEHc SoCal Connected articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/1rMIUWL Like Socal Connected on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1p3brSq Follow Socal Connected on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1liFUIb Follow SoCal Connected on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1xWgbPV Follow SoCal Connected on Vine: http://bit.ly/TU2e5c Follow SoCal Connected on Google+: http://bit.ly/1hRLBSH Follow SoCal Connected on tumblr: http://bit.ly/1hRLYwo
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Fill in the blanks based on what you listen: I came here to make money, but it just gonna feels a little bit like a trap. I don't know how to do to get out. I came up here in March, 2012 and lived in a car. This is just like old days. This is like in the west. This is like when ghost towns were booming. "The United States has a new frontier. Oil fields of North Dakota. Oil has become a new symbol of wealth and...... And we are going to take you to the place where the jobs are, the one place in this country where if you are willing to work and willing to move there's a job waiting for you." So many people are hearing that this is the land of promise - not even close, not even close. Just doesn't have too many girls here. Nobody wants a girlfriend. They want sex, I will say it. "But where she was running, where they found that snicker, in the ditch where the trucks go. There is one of the problems we have in this town we see is due to the influx of people and a lot of influx are males and the males without families." I was so scared when I first came up in Wardow a couple of methodical slashed oil workers kidnapped her as she was jogging. They found her body in Williston, North Dakota. It is like a way of being a little prisoner, where I am concerned about even going out, I get almost anxiety. For gosh if anything happened here nobody would really know. My parents would not know. I spoke to with my mom over three years and my dad he wouldn't know. I wanna see this thrill. I wanna get a good job. I want to make some good money. A lot of people have made that. Those people that are making a lot of money, though, the suits -- they don't know what's like to on a Floor. They don't the crazy stuff you see, people are doing for survival. I'm not even making as much as I was counting for a driving full time. I'm not getting any benefits. I'm not getting insurance. I'm a trucker if I walk out of my bulb -- I'm in trouble, but I'm in the land of Hell. I have a flat screen right now for happiness that I'm having difficulty. Be happy -- I'm working on it. Mm's -- working on it. Makes me happy. It's make the right move. If you make the wrong move though you'll end up back living in your car.
A kid named Kenneth refuses to comb an inmate’s chest hair... and then the fun follows. Two of my favourite quotes: 'I'd stick my foot so far up your ass, you'd be able to taste my Goddamn shoe laces' 'You know what I'd do to tough boys like you man? huh? I'd sell that boy for zuzu and wam wams' ← LOL Any suggestions on what I should upload? Any scene from any show? Just let me know folks This is an episode from the award winning show BSS (Season 4, Episode 6 - St. Clair County Jail, Belleville, IL). It shows a kid named Kenneth, who refuses to comb an inmate’s chest hair, and then the fun follows. Enjoy and sorry about the Ads. Note: All content belongs to A&E and its creators, I do not own any rights of Beyond Scared Straight or its characters. No copyright infringement is intended or implied. I did not create this TV series nor does the trademark belong to me.
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) Summer Everett and her new husband Chrisopher Knapp are in protective custody at Metro Jail. The newlyweds are charged with beating and murdering 20-month-old Dakota Burke, Everett's daughter. According to the jail warden Trey Oliver, Everett has already been assaulted by another inmate. Oliver tells Local 15 News that all high profile inmates, like Everett and Knapp, are kept in protective custody. That means they remain separate from the general population at all times. But Wednesday's incident happened during booking. Oliver said another female inmate was being booked around the same time as Everett, and when she saw her, she lunged at her and actually hit Everett. "We have to keep in mind the inmates that are here have access to TV and they're pretty much up to speed on current news and events. These inmates actively threaten inmates whenever they come in whenever they've done harm to children," said Oliver. Officials aren't releasing the name of the woman accused of hitting Dakota's mom. Right now that inmate is being charged for the assault internally. Whether a criminal charge is filed will be up to Summer Everett, but Oliver said Everett was not injured. Everett and Knapp will go before a judge Friday morning for a bond hearing. Meanwhile, the community is rallying behind the rest of Dakota's family. A Justice for Dakota Facebook page now has more than 6,000 likes. The creator of the page is a close friend of the family. "We have high hopes that her story will continue to be shared so we can raise awareness. And that if people see something that looks out of the ordinary that you'll come forward and say something because these children they can't speak. They depend on us to be their voices," said family friend Daniela Kahlo. Folks that didn't even know Dakota are displaying compassion. Folks throughout our area plan to turn their porch lights on at 6 p.m. every night through the end of the month, all in honor of the child who's life was cut short.