Most people that want to stay in jail, get released, commit a crime, return to jail.
A couple of wimps.
In Canada they want to stay in jail because they will be one of the first groups to get the swine flu vaccine
What do guards usually say to prisoners when they are released?
"See ya' in a couple months."
Seems they don't want to enter the real world economy in it's current state. Maybe they worry that a life of crime is the ONLY thing left to them when they get out? Makes sense, if people with no criminal record are having trouble finding jobs (9.8% last figure), then what hope have recent inmates being turned out? Is this a good time to be doing prisoner releases, or a good time to keep more of them inside?
Where's a warm bed for them in northern climes? It's not like they can up and leave the area for warmer southern shores, they have requirements to stay in the area and meet parole officers. No housing, no warm bed, no job, their life is either find a shelter, find a warm grate, or find a crime to commit. Just think if all the funds beyond the need to insure individual bank accounts had instead been used to finance and pay for infrastructure rebuilding while reserving a number of those jobs for released convicts. Instead they face no chance in many cases when released and we face the threat of them returning to a life of crime, just to survive.
Imagine you are a New Hampshire inmate facing Obama's economy. Your choices have been limited to the picture on the left and the picture on the right. Which would you choose?
"Unfortunately, jail is much nicer than on the street, and with the economy being so bad, it's getting more difficult getting them into a shelter. It's cold living in a Dumpster or on the streets of Portsmouth or Derry, " said Wright, the superintendent of the jail that is nearing capacity, with an average of 350 inmates behind bars each day.