How many prisoners are held in a typical prison?
(in the US) There are many types of prisons. State prisons - Federal prisons - Military prisons. There really is no such thing as a "typical prison." They can range in size from housing a few hundred prisoners, to those that house several thousands.
There was 11,764 people in prison
There were approximately 45,000 prisoners in Andersonville. But over 12,000 union soldiers held there died
there is no prison so there will be no prisoners
700 prisoners can fit in Alcatraz
SUGAMO PRISON IS THE ONE WHERE TOJO AND MANY OF THE HIGH RANKING OFFICERS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WERE KEPT . TOKYO ROSE WAS KEPT THERE ALSO . MY FATHER WAS AN MP THERE .
There were two hundred and sixty two prisoners in alcatraz
It depends on the prison but usually the same amount of officers to the prisoners.
Well, few prisons do not allow the prisoners to watch tv. Some prisoners are allowed to. It depends which prison you are in. Many do not have televisions.
The Louisiana State Prison (Angola) holds about 5,000 Maximum Security prisoners.
The state of California has about 120,000 prison inmates. There are 9,000 of those prisoners who are serving life sentences.
0, it isn't a prison anymore.
it held many famous prisoners
how many prisoners were in the debtors prison from 1800 1870
In many countries, prisoners are able to enroll in education classes.
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Miserable! There were too many Union prisoners, and not enough food, drinking water, or shelter. Thousands of prisoners died.
3,069 prisoners, 29 were women
Each prison facility is different. Often times, no, prisoners are not tested for HIV. Sometimes, prisons allow agencies to provide testing to inmates. However, if someone were to test HIV positive in the prison, the prison is then resposible for their medical care, which is expensive. That plays a role in why many facilities only allow prisoners to be tested directly before being released.
No one went to prison. The battle, though a tragedy, was not a crime. Are you asking about the number of prisoners captured?
29 prisoners tried. it is said 0 made it..
The Bastille held approximately 50 people.
United Nations POWs were held in prison camps in North Korea. These were not subject to external scrutiny and there were many recorded instances of poor and brutal treatment. North Korean and Chinese POWs were held in South Korean prison camps. Those captured by other than the South Koreans (i.e. other UN countries) remained the responsibility of the capturing country, and these countries conducted monthly inspections of those POWs to ensure their well being.
it closed because to many prisoners attempted escape and it wasn't as secure as they thought
It varies depending on the size of the facility. There are government guidelines for the ratio of guards to prisoners. The higher the capacity of the prison - the higher the number of guards required.
i think about 8 or 10 years
You heard about a prison in Peru that has no guards like Sona in Prison break you may be wrong about the country but you really like to know more about this?
Yes-It's called Lurigancho and because there are too many prisoners versus guards, they have to elect prisoners that run the show. The conditions are terrible.
Overcrowding. As many as 6 times too many prisoners in a confederacy that had trouble feeding it's own soldiers.
During WWII there were over 140,000 Marine, Army, Air Corps and Navy prisoners of war held by the Japanese During WWII there were over 140,000 Marine, Army, Air Corps and Navy prisoners of war held by the Japanese
No one exactly knows what Mandela did whilst he was in prison but we do know his where abouts. Many people think that he made a group with other prisoners and they fought for rasicm
There was no prison camp. They were walked from FL to OK and many died. In OK they were put on a reservation.
alot of prisoners, to be exact! they have been closing some of there prisons in Marquette, like the farm and some level ones. so i would guess they are down to about 1100.
i depends on the size of the barrack
Thousands. One place built by the confederacy held 10thousand prisoners at once. Multiple union forts each held on average about 100 prisoners. Same for the confederates. If I was to pick a square number, it would be around 150,000. Hope this helps!!
There was one prisoner of war camp in Galveston, Texas during World War II. It was the Wallace camp and it held German prisoners of war. It held an average of 3,000 to 4,000 prisoners.
Will you please clarify your question? Paul was held in prison, and many more. But what were the surrounding circumstances of this in particular?
Why did they use Australia for prison when people lived in Australia when they can us another country?
to populate the colony. many woman prisoners were sent as well as men
hard to give a definitive answer - since the 'population' will change on a weekly basis. However - in August of 2008, there were 557 inmates.
Many people over the centuries have been held prisoner in the Tower of London. The last one was Rudolph Hess during World War II.
Several factors come into play when answering your question; where is the prison? What level of security is it for (low, medium, high)? How many prisoners are in this prison? On a wide spectrum, you can expect it to cost the State anywhere from 97K to 140K, everything relative to what I mention above.
Johnny Cash went to prisons to entertain prisoners. Although he never spent time is prison himself, he had empathy for incarcerated people. The prison audiences could tell that he was sincere and he was hugely popular among prisoners. Many people think that Johnny Cash spent time in prison, but he did not. For several decades of his career, he was addicted to drugs and alcohol and there were a number of incidents that he found… Read More
The Auburn System is not a single prison, but a model or theory upon which a prison is planned or run. The Auburn System used the old Quaker idea of solitary confinement (Walnut Street Jail after the 1790 addition) and brought the prisoners into a common area for work assignments. It was an adaptation of the Pennsylvania System, (Eastern and Western States Penitentiaries built in 1829) which kept prisoners in their own cell to do… Read More
in the united staes camps about 110 but in prison war 750 inmates that were Japanese
yes,Australia was founded as a giant prison, also known as a penal colony. In 1788, England sent its first shipload of prisoners.
The average sentence for murder in Australia is 25 years in prison. Many prisoners serve between 10 and 15 years.
Nova Net Answer---American & Filipino prisoners were forced to walk through the jungle to a prison, & many thousands died along the way.
They were held as prisoners of war. What that entailed depended upon the "enemy" who caught them. In Britain we often made prisoners of war work, but on the whole we treated them fairly well. In Japan many prisoners were treated extremely badly and were frequently tortured.
In the King James version the word - prisons - appears 3 times the word - prisoner - appears 13 times the word - prisoners - appears 21 times the word - prison - appears 90 times
im not sure about usa or Canada but in Britain there was 400,000 German prisoners.
Prisoners are known to have better, more comprehensive health care than people who aren't prisoners. Prisons have overall a better quality of living to offer than the world outside of it, in many cases. Ironically, this is a sad truth.