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Middle Street Publishing Releases 'Directory of Federal Prisons'

Middle Street Publishing Releases Prisons Facility Directory by Prison Education Advocate Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic

Announcing the release of the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’.       

‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’

This electronic guidebook enables [anyone] to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.  Image courtesy Amazon.com

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, SC (PRWEB) March 01, 2014

Middle Street Publishing recently released the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’ (ISBN-13: 978-0-9913-3020-1) by Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic.

The ‘Directory of Federal Prisons’ is a comprehensive, yet succinct, guide to the contact information and basic character profile information of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, plus all private prisons under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to house federal inmates. It is an essential guide for everyone who knows anyone incarcerated within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and sets the standard for basic character profiles and contact information for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

This electronic guidebook enables attorneys, family members and friends of federal prisoners, journalists, government officials, prison volunteers, and members of the general public to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.

‘Directory of Federal Prisons’ was converted to ebook format by eBookIt.com, and is published by Middle Street Publishing. It is now available at popular online retailers including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and Apple’s iBookstore.

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Press Release: Middle Street Publishing

Middle Street Publishing Releases Prisons Facility Directory by Prison Education Advocate Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic

Announcing the release of the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory.’

‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’

This electronic guidebook enables [anyone] to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, SC (PRWEB) March 01, 2014

Middle Street Publishing recently released the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’ (ISBN-13: 978-0-9913-3020-1) by Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic.

The ‘Directory of Federal Prisons’ is a comprehensive, yet succinct, guide to the contact information and basic character profile information of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, plus all private prisons under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to house federal inmates. It is an essential guide for everyone who knows anyone incarcerated within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and sets the standard for basic character profiles and contact information for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

This electronic guidebook enables attorneys, family members and friends of federal prisoners, journalists, government officials, prison volunteers, and members of the general public to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.

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Interview: Christopher Zoukis, Co-Author of ‘The Directory of Federal Prisons’

By Randall Radic / BlogCritics.org

During the past several years, America’s ever-burgeoning prison population and the devastating problem of recidivism has become a topic of much public discussion. With billions, many billions, being spent every year to incarcerate America’s 2.3 million prisoners and jail detainees, the American people have begun to call for reforms to our go-to policy of locking criminals up and throwing away the key. It has become clear that while we can try to incapacitate away our problems, that the cost is simply not worth the benefit. With this concept in many policy makers’ and reform advocates’ minds, the discussion has shifted from a punitive one to one which highlights rehabilitation, reformation, and reintegration.

Today I sit down with Christopher Zoukis, co-author with me of the Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory, to discuss this latest project, why it matters, and how a simple directory of official information can help rehabilitate, reform, and reintegrate American prisoners.

To start, who are you and why should we care?

My name is Christopher Zoukis. I am the author of Education Behind Bars: A Win-Win Strategy for Maximum Security (Sunbury Press, 2012), the Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory (Middle Street Publishing, 2014), and the forthcoming College for Convicts (McFarland & Company, 2015). I’m also a regular contributing writer at Prison Legal News — the world’s premier prison law monthly — and the founder of prisoneducation.com and prisonlawblog.com.

Simply stated, you should care because I haven’t only talked the talk, I have walked the walk. I have worked hard and earned the respect of those in prisoners’ rights and prison law fields, who have accepted my work for publication. And I have done all of this from federal prison. Who better to ask how to fix America’s prison system then someone who is currently incarcerated and who studies and writes about America’s broken system of criminal justice?

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Directory of Federal Prisons Released

By Christopher Zoukis Today we’re proud to announce the release of Middle Street Publishing’s first book, the Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of

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