How Pie Turns Predators Into Producers
The writing is scholarly, packed with powerfully reasoned and packed with an array of documented details and analysis about "what works" in corrections. How PIE Turns Predators Into Producers, is not only a discussion that needs to take location on the subject of inmate employability and education, but is timely. Dr. Lewis started assertion of views about how inmate reform much more than a decade ago, when harmful policies, actions and trends led to high costs of management and operations of prisons. In a series of lectures and conversations with students and criminal justice practitioners, Dr. Lewis brings some eye-opening insights into the historical development of penal institutions and the prison culture that is right now wrongly identified as a location for "black and brown" males. The disproportionate minority confinement issue is not foreign to Dr. Lewis, who served as the DMC Coordinator for s Governor's Workplace of Criminal Justice Preparing and advocate for successful information collection to track the incarceration of minorities in California juvenile and adult corrections. The actual history of the use of function and the jolting re-examination of perform and related mores in inmate habilitation genuinely challenges the old standard notions and practices that dominate corrections right now. In general, about the globe perform and labor is vital to a robust market economy and in particular, it is utility in inmate reentry ought to be re-examined. This work is inspiring as it is upsetting and adds to the decades of debates and writings about how to return producers rather than predators back to our communities.