We are proud to announce the release of our first title, the Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory by Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic. This ebook project has been a long time in the making, and we are very excited to be able to share it with you today.
For those of you who don’t already know about the Directory of Federal Prisons, it is a project designed to help connect those outside of prison with those inside prison. This text aims to bring incarcerated parents and children together, incarcerated husbands with their wives, and even federal prisoners with their friends outside of prison. I think this ebook project will do just this, and all for only $9.95.
The Directory of Federal Prisons provides the following contact information for every federal prison and private prison that houses federal prisoners:
- Inmate Correspondence Address
- Street Address
- Email Address
- Phone Number
- Fax Number
The ebook also contains basic character profiles for every federal prison and private contract prison. These profiles contain the following components:
- Gender of Prisoners
- security level
- BOP Region
- Federal Judicial District
- Inmate Population Number
- If there is an Adjacent Satellite Prison Camp
For now, we ask all loyal Prison Law Blog supporters to buy a copy of the Directory of Federal Prisons, take a spin through the text, write a two or three sentence review of the ebook (a quick statement of how it has helped you or what the ebook accomplishes), and to post a favorable star rating. We’d like to encourage you to post these reviews and star ratings on Amazon since this will help lead to greater exposure for this ebook and the Prison Law Blog. Examples of favorable reviews can be found on the ebook’s page on Amazon.
The ebook is available for Kindle, Nook and other e-reading devices. Downloading the Directory of Federal Prisons takes only a few seconds.
Thank you for your help with this needed project. Together we can help connect those incarcerated in the Federal Bureau of Prisons to those who care about them outside of it.