Who we are, and why we do what we do. An "INTERNET MAGAZINE " offering you the opportunity to better understand the American Prison System and the approximately two million (2,000,000) people it holds. Up-to-date news stories on prisons, prisoners, the justice system, police, courts, laws, and more. Please contact us if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions  . . .or just to say hello and tell us what a great job we're doing. Give a Gift That Is Worth Something! Personal WebPages represent an effective and efficient way for prisoners to open relationships with new people from behind prison fences. Give a Gift That Is Worth Something!  Personal WebSites help prisoners who are struggling to help themselves. Give a Gift That Is Worth Something!  Many prisoners are in need of legal assistance, but do not have the resources to hire council.

Prisoners' Legal Help Webpages.    "Justice is not only about convicting the guilty, but it's also about helping the . . ." Prisoners' Personal-Ad WebPages.    Many of these prisoners never get mail!  They have published their photograph and share information about themselves . . .and invite you into their lives. Links to other sites to help you find the information you need. Complete Prison listing including addresses and phone numbers of 1,327 prisons. Keep informed on prison and prisoner issues, and updates on PrisonerLife.com. Our Prisoner listing, and how to contact them.  Sending a letter or card with a kind word can go a long-way in preventing recidivism. Prisoners' Personal WebSites.    The most effective way for you to learn about the prison system and the people it holds.

Edit existing members here Add a member to our directory . . . IT'S FREE Search for members of PrisonerLife.com

Prison Stories
Keeps It REAL!

Read about prison drug dealers, dudes getting turned out, power-tripping guards, gang-banging psychopaths, jailhouse snitches, and hustling by any means necessary.



Those who first become enmeshed in the criminal justice system frequently lack the knowledge and experience necessary to prepare themselves for life and growth throughout a term of confinement. If you are facing a prison term, one of the biggest hurdles you should prepare yourself to overcome is the chasm that will separate you from your family and society.

When prison gates slam shut behind you, it means more than just a physical removal from the community and law-abiding citizens you knew prior to confinement. Once inside, communication - other than with felons - becomes significantly more difficult. Accordingly, is wise to begin making preparations for this reality BEFORE you are confined. One way to keep those lines of communication open is through a personal website on PrisonerLife.com.

Websites are effective tools because of their global reach. Through a website the opportunity exists for you to share your progress, interests, hobbies, goals, dreams and accomplishments with the world rather than leaving society with a one-dimensional view that is focused on your current situation. Internet users all over the world will be able to learn who you are as an individual - a person of worth. In my case, this website has been a very effective tool in facilitating communication with society and my community as I strive to make amends for my bad decisions and share the efforts I am making to reconcile with them.

Although it is possible to open your website after you have been confined, creating and designing it while you are still living free is the most effective way to gain access to this important tool. Behind prison fences, modern technology (including the Internet and computers) is not available, therefore a prisoner desiring to start a personal website must rely on someone in the outside world to convert their information into an electronic format. This can be a time-consuming endeavor. Representatives of PrisonerLife.com are available to assist with this task, however there is some cost associated with the service. It is much easier to prepare yourself for continued connection with the world by opening a personal website on PrisonerLife.com BEFORE you are confined in prison. Then you need only update your site regularly rather than having to create it from scratch. I wish that opportunity had been available to me when I began my term in 1987, however the Internet did not exist at that time.

In today's environment of long-term mandatory sentences, it is IMPORTANT for you to make every effort toward maintaining communication with society beyond prison walls. Your personal website can help you do just that.

For more information on becoming a member of the PrisonerLife.com community, please contact the WEBMASTER for New Member Information.

News update: Prisons | Crime & Punishment | Death Penalty
Copyright ©2001 - 2008 PrisonerLife.com, All rights Reserved
Please contact the WebMaster if you have any problems
P.O. BOX 1664  * VOORHEES  * NEW JERSEY 08043
Material on this site may be copied for personal use, but may not be distributed to the general public, reprinted, or reposted without permission.