Hi. I've been doing some reading about prisoners, and one thing that keeps popping up in a number of sources is that family & loved ones contact helps prevent recidivism. Prisoners who got regular visits and mail were anywhere from 2/3 to 1/2 as likely to go back to crime.So next time it gets tough, remember that you are important to your loved one, just writing that letter or walking through that metal detector is doing something real to help your loved one , and indirectly, society as a whole.S.
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