Carlo Reilly is the founder and primary writer of this blog dedicated to all things related to prisons. As an expert in the field of criminal justice, Reilly has spent over a decade working in and around correctional facilities. He has worked as a correctional officer, counselor, and program coordinator, giving him a unique perspective on the challenges and issues facing the correctional system.

Reilly’s passion for criminal justice reform and improving the lives of inmates has led him to create this blog as a platform to share his knowledge and experience. The blog covers a wide range of topics related to prison, including the history of prisons, the challenges facing the correctional system, the impact of incarceration on families, and more.

Through his blog, Reilly also answers common questions about prison life and the criminal justice system. He believes that education and awareness are key to bringing about positive change and improving the lives of inmates and their families.

As an expert in the field, Reilly has been sought out as a speaker and consultant for organizations focused on criminal justice reform. He has appeared on various media outlets and has been interviewed by several publications, including The New York Times and The Huffington Post.

Reilly’s expertise in the field of criminal justice is unparalleled. He holds a degree in criminal justice and has received extensive training in the field of corrections. He has also completed numerous certifications related to correctional counseling, mental health, and substance abuse treatment.

With his unique perspective and vast knowledge, Reilly brings a fresh and insightful approach to the conversation around criminal justice reform. His blog is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about the challenges and issues facing the correctional system and the impact of incarceration on individuals and society as a whole.

Through his blog, Reilly is committed to raising awareness about the need for reform in the criminal justice system and advocating for policies that prioritize rehabilitation and reintegration for inmates.