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Alisa Roth

Latest Stories from Alisa (673)

Correction officers shortage: a danger to inmates?

by Alisa Roth Aug 30, 2016
Florida's shortage means delayed showers, cancelled classes and increased violence.
The exterior of Orange County Jail, Orlando. The shortage of staff and officers across correctional facilities in Florida means many prisoners have less access to recreational and basic needs, which can instigate dangerous and/or violent situations.
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Florida struggles to keep corrections officers in state prisons

by Alisa Roth Aug 29, 2016
Hours for corrections officers are long, and pay is low.
The turnover rate among corrections officers in Florida was 22 percent last year. The department has said it plans to hire 4,000 officers in the coming year, to fill current vacancies and to prepare for future ones.
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Florida has a shortage of corrections officers for state prisons

by Alisa Roth Aug 29, 2016
Turnover in the department last year was 22 percent.
Signs posted around the perimeter of the Dade and Homestead prisons in south Florida advertise immediate openings for correctional officers. The state, like most, has a severe shortage of officers, leaving officers and inmates at risk.
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Officer training for mental health in short supply

by Alisa Roth Jun 30, 2015
A large number of inmates have a serious mental illnesses.

Offering treatment, not punishment, to veterans

by Alisa Roth Jun 3, 2015
Ex-soldiers with mental illness and addictions find help in alternative courts.

Keeping mental health patients stable and out of jail

by Alisa Roth Jun 2, 2015
Support teams are doing so by helping with substance abuse.

In prison and getting an education

by Alisa Roth May 26, 2014
The Bard Prison Initiative offers higher education to inmates.

Oman: 15 percent unemployment, but jobs are open

by Alisa Roth Apr 16, 2014
The minimum wage isn't high enough to attract unemployed locals.
Reporter's Notebook

My time in 'Little Aleppo'

by Alisa Roth Aug 12, 2013
In "Little Aleppo" there is a spirit of neighborliness between Turks and Syrians.

Turkey's Syrian refugees try to adapt to their new home

by Alisa Roth Aug 12, 2013
About half a million Syrians have fled their country's violent conflict and settled in Turkey. Many are grateful to be taken in but also fearful about being kicked out.