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The National Geographic videos-San Quentin State Prison prisoners

Jeff Donaven
 


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Welcome to the concrete jungle of California’s San Quentin State Prison…Take a look at the inmates and guards in full definition & close caption…riots, plots, subplots, murders, conspiracies…

For decades the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) has been experiencing an herculean amount of headaches with the correctional facilities it manages such as Folsom State Prison and especially San Quentin State Prison. Although other department of corrections management systems are experiencing similar problems with their prisons and jails such as the Illinois Department of Corrections’ (IDOC) Stateville Correctional Centre, none seem to have gotten so much media attention consecutively than the San Quentin State Prison. Established in July 1852 and almost 160 years old, the San Quentin State Prison can at many times be a very threatening prison square and had proven so due to the numerous riots and executions throughout its history.

But for startup there's a cascade of illegal and brutal madness that can escalade to a term of imprisonment within the zip-code 94974 of the San Quentin State Prison. To illustrate; if your common-self drink to a drop of Spiced Premium Ale or Meursault overmuch your physiology’s resilience at staying sober and settle to takeout your frustrations by vandalizing a Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) motorize vehicle, you may end up experiencing other types of frustrations within 1 of the 93 architectures managed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) such as the San Quentin State Prison. Nonetheless, there's an uncalculated amount of Californian kinsmen who renounces the possible prediction of morally ending up in the San Quentin State Prison which is officially written on the main entrance billboard in Point San Quentin or San Quentin, CA 94964 to be more precise. Even though most criminals inside the San Quentin State Prison are stone cold criminals, the reality is that alcohol can make an individual do stupid things so stupidly enough anybody who drinks could eventually be imprisoned within the San Quentin State Prison in the next 365 days.

365 days seem to be a long time when looking at from a January’s perspective but things always seem to have gone by fast once in December. That rule can be can exception within the San Quentin State Prison since the overpopulation has limited the speed which an inmate can implement its daily activities. The San Quentin State Prison was constructed to withstand a normal capacity of 3082 inmates hence the current San Quentin State Prison population is reported being over 5967. This overcrowding is causing a domino effect which the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and the San Quentin State Prison are paying dearly for daily and annually.

To begin, the overcrowding inside the San Quentin State Prison is causing many felons to sleep in big dormitories and gymnasiums which are not usually utilized for such purposes. The constant inmate transfers within the San Quentin State Prison is making it harder for the guards to monitor and prevent many illegal transactions and intimidating situations. Nevertheless even when inmates are not being transferred within the San Quentin State Prison, the odds are not in the guards favor since the increase in the inmate population is not equal to the number of guards assigned to supervise them.

Second, money is essential to properly manage the daily operations within the San Quentin State Prison and the rehabilitation of all convicts. Consequently the San Quentin State Prison receive an annual amount of 210 000 000$ from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to properly manage such operations. Nevertheless having 5967 inmates within the San Quentin State Prison which the majority are recidivists, cannot be doing any good for the financing budget of CDCR. This leads to numerous cancellations of enrichment services hence would of better rehabilitate inmates and reduce the overcrowding situation within the San Quentin State Prison and all other 92 facilities managed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).

Last but not least, every inmates imprisoned within the San Quentin State Prison are unique in their own ways but similar at the same time. They’ve come from various backgrounds and are incarcerated within the San Quentin State Prison for a multitude of malign offences which were severe enough since the San Quentin State Prison is a maximum security facility. Already raised a certain way by their parents/foster parents, peers, community which they grew, and their past and current personal experiences, it’s virtually impossible to 100% rehabilitate all the inmates incarcerated within the San Quentin State Prison. Almost all of the inmates imprisoned within the San Quentin State Prison are affiliated with a gang and are assigned to different rankings within the group. Certain groups does not get along with another group for million of reasons hence this create many plots and subplots to eradicate a specific or numerous targeted inmate(s).

Even though the San Quentin State Prison is the only prison in California which inmates are executed, this won’t stop the new coming inmates within the gang echelon from accomplishing the dirty deeds of the mob bosses. When an attempt to carryout such misfeasance is made inside the San Quentin State Prison, that’s when riots do irrupt and inmates from the San Quentin State Prison generally never forget and are constantly plotting for retaliations and monopoly of the San Quentin State Prison.

Most of the times, things are hard to visualize or comprehend if not familiar with the psychology of the inmates within San Quentin State Prison . The fallowing National Geographic documentary courtesy of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) should please your peripherals and answer many of your current questions. It can be found on my site www.inmatesurvival.com

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