A transgender inmate is suing the Indiana Department of Correction commissioner over denied requests for hormone therapy.
Bartholomew County Sheriff Matthew Myers is attributing jail disturbances to overcrowding and not having enough staff or operational space.
The Indianapolis Re-Entry Educational Facility will close after just more than seven years of operation.
Indiana had to find a new lethal injection drug to replace Pentathol which is in short supply.
The Putnamville Correctional Facility will host an open house at the prison’s inmate-run horse farm on Friday.
IDOC officials say Aflleje has a number of noticeable tattoos on his hands and arms.
Criminal Justice Professor says Indiana’s judicial system is antiquated, and new methods of rehabilitation are needed for modern offenders.
The Indiana Senate’s Corrections Committee has begun discussion on a bill which addresses criminal sentencing reform.