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The United States has the largest prison population in the industrialized world, and with the growing inmate population, concerns of inmate well being and family structure have come to light. Being incarcerated can often separate the prisoner from their immediate family, creating a strain for both, the prisoner and their family. One of the most cost-effective and consistent ways that families can stay connected to their incarcerated loved ones is written correspondence.
A black person is 3.73 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than a white person is, despite approximately equal rates use.
Families can literally send their letters immediately, allowing their loved ones to receive their mail on the same day. This is as close as many of these families will get to real time communication.
Families in Pinellas County and Hillsborough County and other counties are now able to communicate more frequently and instantaneously with their loved ones. The ability to communicate with loved ones while incarcerated is essential to maintaining a positive frame of mind, which allows the individual to focus on improving and preparing for release and reentry into society.