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It’s 2021 and VR prison programs are on the rise

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In the age of demands for prison reform there’s one program on the rise as a new year has taken hold. Against the backdrop of a larger discussion over systematic prison reform — VR prisons are taking hold because they could potentially provide a less abusive form of rehabilitation. Less abusive in terms of how prison has never done good for others; never actually provided much of its own rehab claims, and often caused more problems than good.

Right now VR prisons are mostly used to host training programs;

This might seem counterintuitive to the idea of prisons and how they were originally designed but they were never designed with anything other than profits in mind. Profits and often levels of abuse so inhumane that they would make even the worst of horror movies seem like a comedy film. Fro decades, prison has been unjustly used against members of society as means of control and dictation rather than justified rehabilitation.

But what if VR prisons could be intertwined with home confinement foor non-violent offenders? It could be a dramatic change of pace for modern mankind.

This is where the rise of demands for prison reform have evolved. Following numerous murders of Black people; numerous often unjust executions at the hands of the United States government, and other horrible acts on behalf of some of the world’s most violent prisons and their leaders.

We’ll visit this topic again as we explore various prisons in the United States like those in CO; FL, and other places that are already exploring alternative re-entry methods for prisoners. We’re reaching out to various prisons in hopes to learn how they’re going to change their methods in the times in which we now live.


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