No longer will the lobbyist, political consultant and lawyer enjoy the freedom of kissing his wife, hugging his children or petting his dog. A peaceful nights sleep is also off the table along with popping open his refrigerator to chug a cold a beer or enjoy a yogurt. While his long time friends and family… Read More
Prison Consultant says Wall Street Ethics and Compliance Not as Effective Without “Consequences”
As a Prison Consultant, I believe it’s necessary to preserve the integrity of your company and your people for long-term success by discussing consequences when employees fail to adhere to compliance and ethics. Ethics is fundamental to the securities laws, and I believe ethical, compliance and consequence culture objectives should be central to any effective… Read More
Prison Consultant John Doc Fuller weighs in on recidivism
According to the 2005 Bureau of Justice Statistics reports, an estimated two-thirds (68 percent) of 405,000 prisoners released in 30 states in 2005 were arrested for a new crime within three years of release from prison, and three-quarters (77 percent) were arrested within five years. My question is “Why?” The prison experience contributes to recidivism.… Read More
Prison Consultant take: Why do inmates commit suicide in prison?
I certainly learned a lot about inmate suicide while serving as a lead member of the suicide watch team in Fort Dix, NJ. Valuable insight into the reasons which people commit suicide in county jails and the state prison system also provided me with exceptional understanding that has equipped me as a prison consultant. Far… Read More
Scare Tactics To Watch For When Hiring a Prison Consultant
With former inmates, wardens, case managers and jail house lawyers opting to become prison consultants, the question I’d like to ask is: How can you obtain consistent referrals from attorneys if you advertise that you specialize in filing 2255 habeas corpus motions, early release after visiting the parole board and prison transfers? Prison Consultants who… Read More
10 Reasons People Find It Difficult To Speak In Front Of Others?
John Fuller and Dr. Jennings travel the country speaking publicly in addition to consulting with clients who will surrender to prison for the first time. They often come across others who would love to begin a career as a public speaker. Listed below are the ten reasons people do not pursue careers as public speakers.… Read More
Why Can Prison Coach Speaking and Consulting Be An Asset To A Law Firm?
Clients expect their lawyers to produce successful results. You and every law firm you compete with work to ensure these clients receive satisfactory services. By linking with Prison Coach Speaking & Consulting, you can differentiate your firm by providing extraordinary services. When was the last time your firm brainstormed ideas and formulated a plan to… Read More
Teens Incarcerated In Adult Prisons | A Prison Consultant’s Dilemma – A Parent’s Nightmare
The U.S. prison system, as it is now, is not prepared for the significant number of violent crimes being committed by juveniles. A majority of prisons are not designed to adequately house this under-aged criminal population. So the question Prison Coach asks is, “How are they being protected?” And second, “In our day and time,… Read More