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INMATE- Jail 101
INMATE - Jail101
In the USA 1-in-100 or 2.2 million people are behind bars. Serving 1,3,5,10,15,20,25,30 years to life, which are typical court-ordered prison sentences. This, class studies ways that inmates can contribute back.
Collectively in the USA, there is a nation of people behind bars. 1,3,5,10,15,20,25,30 years to life, is a long time to not be a contributor to society. This, class studies ways that inmates can contribute something to society and convert a waste-of-time into productive time.
What you will study:
This class studies Inmates, producing more than License Plates.
More than 70% of Crimes are committed for Financial Reasons driven by the need for Money.
Fact 1. Crime rates have steadily declined over the past twenty-five years.
Fact 2. Low-income individuals are more likely than higher-income individuals to be victims of crime.
Fact 3. The majority of criminal offenders are younger than age thirty.
Fact 4. Disadvantaged youths engage in riskier criminal behavior.
Fact 5. Federal and state policies have driven up the incarceration rate over the past thirty years. Through the use of Mandatory Prison Sentences, and unconscionable Plea-Deals.
Fact 6. The U.S. incarceration rate is more than six times that of other sized nations.
Fact 7. There is nearly a 70 percent chance that an African American male without a high school diploma will be imprisoned by his mid-thirties.
Fact 8. Per capita expenditures on corrections more than tripled over the past thirty years $80 Billion.
Fact 9. By their fourteenth birthday, African American children whose fathers do not have a high school diploma are more likely than not to see their fathers incarcerated.
Fact 10. Juvenile incarceration can have lasting impacts on a young person's future.
$80 Billion - Prison and Correctional Spending
The Criminal Justice System in the USA costs taxpayers over $250 Billion Dollars per year. The price tag for the court system, police departments, district attorneys, public defenders, parole and probation officers, plus the correctional spending strains society. This class studies how spending or investing in low-income communities can reduce money-related crimes and the prison population. If $10 Billion in Correctional spending were diverted to local community youth programs and projects, $100 per week can change lives and prevent crime.
Crimes due to the need for money can be prevented..!
* WARNING! Extreme Sensitivity and Awareness Training ahead, ENROLL TODAY…!
This class presents information about ethnic groups that some may find offensive. You will be asked to watch videos and view images that may trigger anger, sadness, frustration and other hostel or violent emotions. People who have been incarcerated and on probation or parole should seek permission before taking this class. Your thoughts, opinions, and ideas may present solutions to preventing crimes that impact our family, friends, coworkers, businesses and community neighbors.
We positively encourage you to enroll in this course. Your friends, family, co-workers, and community are all impacted by the subject matter. This class gives you a platform to study the issues, and respond to current events with the virtual goal of dynamically creating problem-solving solutions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
|What are the Class Requirements?
Any adult, college student or non-college student 18 years or older may complete the free and simple pre-registration process for this class without obligation. However, official Government ID Verification will be required before any Certificates of Completion are issued…
This class does not require heavy or obscure memorization, complex math, or tons of classwork, however a commitment to ‘Researching Current Events’ and some ‘Social Networking’ is required. This class is complete-able in 4 to 6 weeks or less and requires a commitment of 2 to 4 hours per week. To complete this class students must satisfactorily complete and document all assigned course work, such as:
Device Requirements = Smart Phone, Desktop, Laptop, Chromebook, or Tablet with an Internet connection capable of streaming YouTube videos.
|Who should take this Class?
|Anyone interested in, or personally impacted by the Subject Matter. (See FAQ’s for more information.)
|Is this class Accredited and Transferable?
|YES..! (See FAQ’s for more information.)
|Do I have to PAY anything?
|NO..! This is a “FREE”, Community Service Education Class available to all. (See FAQ’s for more information.)
|When do Fees & Costs Apply?
|Fees, and Costs Apply to administrative requests for documentation such as Certificates, Transcripts, etc., and programs that have costs to develop. Employers frequently pay or may refund you for Class Certificates. (See FAQ’s for more information.)
Is there a Certificate of Completion available, and how long do they last?
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Most Certificates are good for 3 years before the class should be repeated or an updated course is offered. We do encourage our Guest or Celebrity Instructors to personally sign non-standard Certificates (added costs and limitations apply).
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*WARNING! - Sensitivity and Awareness Training
Today’s events or headlines may be tomorrow's "Lesson or Subject for Discussion"…
This class covers sensitive topics and requires critical thinking that may impact your personal growth and development. You should not take this class if you; intend to be dishonest, deceptive, or closed-minded about your personal feelings or opinions. Every participant in the class will have an open opportunity to express their genuine thoughts, outlook, and views in how they see the topics being discussed. Your opinion counts and your voice matters. The use of profanity or personal statements that may threaten any person, place, or thing is strictly prohibited. Please expect differences in opinions that may not agree with what you have learned or believe to be true.
The UNIVERSITY.edu staff, and or the instructors reserve the right to remove any student without cause or notice. All students are advised to take and complete the University.edu Sensitivity Training Class before this class.
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