Calls For Action After Third Inmate Dies On Forgotten FloorCalls for action and change are echoing across the South Florida community as the Miami-Dade Jail and the Department of Corrections comes under scrutiny and the spotlight.
Lawsuit: Kosher Meals Not On Menu At Fla. PrisonsFlorida’s Department of Corrections is being sued by the federal government for not offering its prison population meals that conform to their religious beliefs.
State Loses Track Of 30,000 Offenders“Hey, where’d they all go.” The state’s Department of Transportation report nearly 30,000 offenders are currently missing from state supervision
Teen Escapes Jail, Police Say Mom HelpedIt's one thing to try to escape from state custody. It's another thing to get your mom to help you, but the mother of an Ocala teenager faces charges of helping her 17-year-old son escape from a central-Florida juvenile facility. He's still on the run, but his mom is headed for jail.
Charges Dropped In Murder Of Corrections Officer, 2 YO SonFor the second time, prosecutors have dropped charges against one of the suspects in the 2010 murder of a state corrections officer from Miami and her 2-year-old son.
Ferguson Cleared In Murders Of State Corrections Officer And SonOne of the three men charged with first-degree murder for the shooting death of a corrections guard and her young son had the charges dropped.
Corrections Officer's Murder Suspect Had Criminal PastA 22-year-old man accused of killing a state corrections officer and her young son had a criminal past.