Commentary Sean Wallace
Are you willing to supervise as many as 200 inmates by yourself? To
assess and react appropriately to extremely violent situations such as
rapes, suicides and stabbings? To work with inmates who have
communicable diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis or hepatitis?
The ReMerge Oklahoma program works with women to keep them out of prison, often breaking cycles of abuse and addiction.
News M.A. Smith
ReMerge Oklahoma, an alternative sentencing program for pregnant
offenders and moms, is working to help reunite mothers with their
children while decreasing the female offender rates in Oklahoma.
CFN Gazette staff
Oklahoma’s sex offender registry is about to get a lot shorter due to a
state Supreme Court ruling that prohibits the Department of Corrections
from retroactively applying sex offender laws.