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"warden urfi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"He told us, he was selfish and violent that light being thrown into the general population in a lexicon security prison. It's really scary at first, so he put on a front and act like your tough, and hoping people don't see how scared I am and just the mess that's going on inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes, just waiting be Leto like occasional when warden earthy selected him for the true unit should cheer. You didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world empathy have the care central to the program is intense. Offensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How you raise did you have did you know love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother, the warden told us today. There's a lot of crying that goes on here. The truth. What is made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain, you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you? And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror. That's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners, serving life sentences, there now trying to serve as mentors for the young men in troop ish car, Howard was one of the first to sign on why all we knew was, we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison. He assaulted inmates and staff and spend a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement, before deciding to take a different path expert is screwing up. Continue with tear-gas tastes lake. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you sentenced to life without parole. And I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that at the juice. Howard and twenty other lifers are like attended fathers. They enforce unit rules, valuations recommended to working with staff. They constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions. Always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life, wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help you? They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that articulate my thoughts and emotions just get. Mad and wanting to hit something should cheer you told us he has grown under their guidance. He's.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Dick's started to believe we still needed to get accepted into the college. We still need a judge sentence modification. So they're all these other steps, but they're long shots. And boy we were hitting. Shy Queen Dick's could see a way out fest him. She cheer. You was lost at twenty two. He was sentenced to thirteen years in Cheshire for robbing convenience stores and a Bank. He told us he was selfish and violent set light being thrown into the general population in a maximum security prison. It's really scary at first so he put out a front and act like your tough and hoping people don't see how scared I have just the mess as an inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes. Just waiting me. Let out like occasional when we're in earthy selected him for the true unit should cheer. You didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world. Go some Ambati you have the care central to the program is in. Intensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How will you raise? Did you have love did, you know? No love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today. There's a lot of crying that goes on here. True. They grew with that. What is made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now training to serve as mentors for the young men in troop ish car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spend a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path is what the now expert is screwing up a PHD was could tell you what tear-gas tastes late. I can tell you what it feels like to watch family. See you cintas to life without parole. And I could tell you the decisions I made to get to that choice. Howard and twenty other lifers are like attended father. They enforce unit rules during the last evaluation recommended that you work on your attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that articulate my thoughts and emotions this just getting mad in wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us he has grow. Known under their guidance. He's.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Population. In the general population. Violence is common yellow uniforms. Dangerous conference warden Urfi says in the two years of truth. There hasn't been a single fistfight or assault on staff know, how I don't know why. But it's worth Lieutenant. Daniel Quinn was brought up using the old school approach. Now, he finds himself defending the true win. So what were you hearing from your fellow officers who are not in this unit? We're here to wipe their noses cookies. That's when Lieutenant Ashley McCarthy told us in her nine years in corrections. She's never experienced anything like this. You don't have to put on the face of strength one hundred percent of the time. Because that's what you have to you can't show a weakness or a deficiency here human what it is kind of going into Lalande from general. Population. But they quickly see that everybody is here to help. What about punishment? You've got guys in here who committed terrible crimes their punishment is their incarceration. It's not our job is correctional professionals to punish somebody even more while they're incarcerated true aims to recast young lives with incentives, repeating bad behavior. Like profanity and bad attitude has gotten twelve ship back to the general population good.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You believe him at the time? I believe would you see in him? I seen the kid with talent. The made a mistake for months Vassar called college coaches around the country. Slowly, dick started to believe we still needed to get acceptance into the college we still need a judge to prove a sentence modification. So there are all these other steps, but they're long shots were we were hitting them. Shaikh Winn Dixie could see a way out fest him she cheer. You was lost at twenty two. He was sentenced to thirteen years in Cheshire for robbing convenience stores and the Bank. He told us he was selfish and violent. What's that like being thrown into the general population in a maximum security prison? It's really scary at first so he put on a front and you act like your tough. And I'm hoping people don't see how scared I just the mess. That's going on. Inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes. Just waiting to be let out like a caged animal when warden Urfi selected him for the true unit should cheer. You didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world. You have to go some type, of empathy. You have the care central to the program is intensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How were you raise? Did you have love did, you know, love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today, there's a lot of crying that goes on up here. The truth. Have they grew with that? What has made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden earthy tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now training to serve as mentors for the young men in troop is car. Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spent a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. If is what the NAMA expert in screwing up. Consequences. Could tell you what tear-gas tastes lake I can tell you what it feels like to watch her family. See you get sentenced to life without parole. And I could tell you the decisions I made to get to that. At the choice is yours. Howard and twenty other lifers are like the tended father. They enforce unit rules during the last evaluation recommended that attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more of wisdom to give to your peers. Many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I can articulate my thoughts emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something. Should cheer. You told us he has grown under their guidance. He's.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the true experiment. The goal to rebuild these men with experiences structure and discipline. They might not have had before. But the head of the Chechen corrections officers union told us true is turning prison into summer camp too lenient, they think it puts the corrections officers at risk not at all not at all numbers don't lie. Our incident rate is a lot lower than it is in general population. In the general population violence is common. Yellow uniforms. Ide- dangerous conflicts warden Urfi says in the two years of true. There hasn't been a single fistfight or assault on staff. I don't know how I don't know why. But it's working Lieutenant Daniel Quinn was brought up using the old school approach. Now, he finds himself defending the true. So what were you hearing from your fellow officers who were not in this unit? We're here to wipe their noses cookies and milk. That's one reason milk. Lieutenant Ashley McCarthy told us in her nine years in corrections. She's never experienced anything like this. You don't have to put on the face of strength one hundred percent of the time because that's what you have to do in of population. You can't show a weakness or a deficiency here. It's more human. That's what it is as as kind of like going into LA La Land from. Population. But they quickly see that everybody is here to help. What about punishment? You've got guys in here who've committed terrible crimes their punishment. Is there in Carson? It's not our job as correctional professionals to punish somebody even more while they're incarcerated true aims to recast young lives with incentives, repeating bad behavior. Like profanity and bad attitude has gotten twelve ship back to the general population good behavior.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It be around a place where I could just be me and like work on myself and live. My name is wonderful to me. I've heard that you're the best player on the team. How about in the classroom actually made the dean list, can you point eight? Always it seems improbable I wake up in my dorm. I'm really in college. This is crazy. Like. That's crazy crazy because when we first met him a year ago, presque isle number ten. Was enemy number three nine one. One seven five serving a four year sentence for felony check fraud at Cheshire Correctional Institution a maximum security prison in central Connecticut that houses about thirteen hundred prisoners warden Scott has spent thirty years working in the state prison system. He told us Cheshire corrections officers, whereas firm and unyielding as the century old prison walls, when you think about contries old school corrections old school mentality. That is Cheshire would get you here to Cheshire. We have everybody from. Short-term to everything all the way up to an including serial killer. There are some some bad people here. The warden told us prisoners can be locked up twenty two hours a day with just an hour of recreation in the morning and afternoon. So when former governor Daniel Malloy asked him to build a program modeled on the prisons he'd toward in Germany, which are much more relaxed focused on counseling and personal growth. Perfect told us he was dumbfounded. Did you think? It was crazy. I thought it was a little bit crazy. These individuals are going to be getting out, and they don't go to a special community just for offenders. They're all around us. And would you rather have a better product coming out? Or would you rather have a worst product coming out and living next to you? So warden Urfi got to work. He closed down a solitary confinement win and opened up a sanctuary for self improvement for about fifty young.

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Connecticut prison tries German-style corrections

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Connecticut prison tries German-style corrections

"Because when we first met him a year ago, presque isle number ten. Was enemy number three nine one. One seven five serving a four year sentence for felony check fraud at Cheshire Correctional Institution a maximum security prison in central Connecticut that houses about thirteen hundred prisoners warden Scott has spent thirty years working in the state prison system. He told us Cheshire corrections officers, whereas firm and unyielding as the century old prison walls, when you think about contries old school corrections old school mentality. That is Cheshire would get you here to Cheshire. We have everybody from. Short-term to everything all the way up to an including serial killer. There are some some bad people here. The warden told us prisoners can be locked up twenty two hours a day with just an hour of recreation in the morning and afternoon. So when former governor Daniel Malloy asked him to build a program modeled on the prisons he'd toward in Germany, which are much more relaxed focused on counseling and personal growth. Perfect told us he was dumbfounded. Did you think? It was crazy. I thought it was a little bit crazy. These individuals are going to be getting out, and they don't go to a special community just for offenders. They're all around us. And would you rather have a better product coming out? Or would you rather have a worst product coming out and living next to you? So warden Urfi got to work. He closed down a solitary confinement win and opened up a sanctuary for self improvement for about fifty young

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"warden urfi" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Now they joined prisoners in lip sync contests. This might seem frivolous. But it's a serious part of the true experiment. The goal to rebuild these men with experiences structure and discipline. They might not have had before. But the head of the Cheshire corrections officers union told us true is turning prison into summer camp. If is too lenient, they think puts the corrections officers at risk not at all not at all numbers. Don't lie. Are incident rate is a lot lower and true than it is in general population. In the general population violence is common. Yellow uniforms. Ide- dangerous convicts warden Urfi says in the two years of true. There hasn't been a single fistfight or assault on staff. I don't know how I don't know why. But it's working Lieutenant Daniel Quinn was brought up using the old school approach. Now, he finds himself defending the true. So what were you hearing from your fellow officers who are not in this unit? We're here to wipe their noses cookies amounts. That's when I Lieutenant Ashley McCarthy told us in her nine years in corrections. She's never experienced anything like this. You don't have to put on the face of strength one hundred percent of the time because that's what you have to do in turmoil population. You can't show a weakness or a deficiency here. It's more human what it is as kind of like going into LA La Land from general. Population. But they quickly see that everybody is here to help. What about punishment? You've got guys in here who committed terrible crimes their punishment is their incarceration. It's not our job as correctional professionals to punish somebody even more while they're incarcerated true aims to recast young lives with incentives, repeating bad behavior. Like profanity and bad attitude has gotten twelve ship back to the general population good behavior earns benefits like longer family visits movies. Classes a prison job when shy Quin Dick's ended up here in truth. He thought this can't be real. Just the stuff. They were saying I never heard of it for like what the cracks him officers and staff here care about you. You get a second chance at life. You take serious thought all that was BS definitely until corrections officer James Vassar took an interest in him. Impressed by shy Quin Dick's talent. And repentance officer Vasser said he'd helped him pursue his dream of playing basketball in college. Did you believe in at the time? I believe would you see him? I seen the kid with talent. Mistake for months Vassar called college coaches around the country. Slowly, dick started to believe we still needed to get accepted into the college. We still need a judge to prove sentence modification. So they're all these other steps with your long shots. And boy, we were hitting them. Shy Quin Dick's could see a way out fest him. She cheer. You was lost at twenty two. He was sentenced to thirteen years in Cheshire for robbing convenience stores and a Bank. He told us he will selfish and violent. What's that like being thrown into the general population in a Laxman security prison? It's really scary at first so he put on a front and you act like a tough. And I'm hoping people don't see how scared I am. And just the mess. That's going on inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes. Just waiting be Leto occasional when we're in earthy selected him for the true unit should cheer. You didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world to go. Some type of empathy have to care central to the program is intense. Pensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How will you raise? Did you have love did, you know, love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today, there's a lot of crying that goes on up here. The truth. Agree with that. What is made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that. And look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now training to serve as mentors for the young men in troop ish car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spend a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path if his expert is screwing up a PHD quizzes could tell you with tear-gas taste late. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you get sentenced to life without parole, and I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that at the choices yours Howard and twenty other lifers are lighting attended fathers. They enforce unit rules during last recommended that you attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I articulate my thoughts and emotions is just getting mad and wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us he has grown. On under their guidance. He's earned the right to go to work every day in the prison. Shop. He now enjoys warm visits with his family. I feel like everybody has a basic human decency is that has to be nurtured to bring it out. And that's what happens to you in this program. If you let it. If you let it the greatest gift is when they tell me to my face. I'm not changing and in five months later be on their best behavior. You're in here for life. You could just sit there and say to heck with all this. So what are you getting out of this?

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"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here that I'm not seeking you wouldn't have correctional officers playing board games with the inmate. That's just not done general population tummy and everybody here. You can tell us just totally relaxed totally inmates turned one cell into the yoga studios splashed with a colorful mural to set the mood prisoners and staff mingle freely. The prisoners are out of their cells from morning tonight, there days filled with classes and counseling, we gotta use the stuff that we've been through and the stuff that or the pain, and we got to turned into motivation. It's still prison. But the general atmosphere is lighter here. You can be head-spinning for corrections. Officers originally trained to guard with an iron fist. In here. Now they joined prisoners in lip sync contests. This might seem frivolous. But it's a serious part of the true experiment. The goal to rebuild these men with experiences structure and discipline. They might not have had before. But the head of the Cheshire corrections officers union told us true is turning prison into summer camp. It's too lenient. They think it puts the corrections officers at risk not at all not at all numbers don't lie. Our incident rate is a lot lower and true than it is in general population. In the general population violence is common. Yellow uniforms. ID dangerous conflicts warden Urfi says.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now training to serve as mentors for the young men in true car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try and stop these cats from become us because you don't want this each car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison. He sold it in meats and staff and spent a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. If is what the NAMA expert in is screwing up have a PHD across was not gas tastes lake. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you get sentenced to life without parole. And I could tell you the decisions I made to get to that at the choices yours Howard and twenty other lifers are lighting attentive father, they enforce unit rules during the last day, recommended that Brooklyn attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that articulate my thoughts and emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"You didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world amputee you have to care central to the program is intense. Pensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How were you raise? Did you have love? No love no compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today. There's a lot of crying that goes on up here. True. They grew with that. What has made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now training to serve as mentors for the young men in troop ish car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try and stop these cats from become us because you don't want this each car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spent a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. If is what the NAMA expert in the school on up. Quizzes could tell you what tear gas tastes late. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you get sentenced to life without parole. And I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that at the Joyce Howard and twenty other lifers are like attentive father, they enforce unit rules during the last evaluation recommended that you attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I can articulate my thoughts and emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us he has grown under their.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now trained to serve as mentors for the young men. Intrude ish car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff Espen a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. There's an expert in screwing up. Have a PHD was to gas tastes late. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you get sentenced to life without parole, and I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that. At the choice is yours. Howard and twenty other lifers are like attentive father, they enforce unit rules during the last evaluation recommended that you attitude working with staff they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions. I always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. A lot of wisdom to give to your peers. Many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I can articulate my thoughts and emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Stores and the Bank. He told us he will selfish and violent. Let's that late being thrown into the general population in a next month security prison. It's really scary at first so he put on a front and you act like your tough. And I'm hoping people don't see how scared I just the mess. That's going on inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes. Just waiting to be let out like a caged animal when warden earthy selected him for the truth. She cheer you didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world. You have to go some amputees you have to care central to the program is in. Offensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How will you raise? Did you have love did, you know, love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today, there's a lot of crying that goes on up here. The truth. Have they grew with that? What has made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now trained to serve as mentors for the young men in troop ish car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try to stop these cats from become us because you don't want this each car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spent a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. If there's one thing I'm an expert in screwing up a PHD consequences. Could tell you what tear tear-gas tastes late. I can tell you what it feels like to watch your family. See you is sentenced to life without parole, and I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that. Choice is yours. Howard and twenty other lifers are like attentive father they enforce unit rules during the last night. Recommended that? You Brooklyn attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more of wisdom to give to your peers. Many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help you? They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I can articulate my thoughts and emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us he has grown under their guidance. He's.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"You believe him? I believe would you see in him? I seen a kid with talent. Made a mistake for months Vassar called college coaches around the country, slowly Dick's started to believe we still needed to get accepted into the college. We still need a judge to prove sentence modification. So there are all these other steps, but they're long shots. And were we were hitting them. Shy winn-dixie Dick's could see a way out system. She cheer. You was lost at twenty two. He was sentenced to thirteen years in Cheshire for robbing convenience stores and a Bank. He told us he will selfish and violent. What's that like being thrown into the general population in a maximum security prison? It's really scary at first so he put out a front and you act like your tough. And I'm hoping people don't see how scared I just the mess. That's going on inside twenty two hours a day in the cell. Yes. Just waiting to be let out like a caged animal. When warden earthy selected him for the true unit. She cheer you didn't care about improving himself. He just wanted out of his cell, but immediately found himself in a different world you have to go. Some amputees have to care central to the program is intensive counseling through peer and self criticism prisoners are forced to face the demons and behavior that put them behind bars. How were you raise? Did you have love did, you know, love compassion, because I didn't even know my mother the warden told us today, there's a lot of crying that goes on up here. The truth. I would have to agree with that. What has made you cry? My family. The problem with awareness and understanding the pain you've caused people. Is that you realize how much pain you've caused the people that love you. And once you have to face that look at yourself in the mirror that's tough to prepare the prisoners for life outside Cheshire's walls. Warden Urfi tap, some unlikely helpers respected older prisoners serving life sentences there now trained to serve as mentors for the young men in troupe is car Howard was one of the first to sign on. Why all we knew was we was going to try and stop these cats from become us because you don't want this car Howard shot and killed two men in a fight over drug turf in New Haven in prison, he assaulted inmates and staff and spent a total of five and a half years in solitary confinement before deciding to take a different path. If there's one thing I'm an expert in the screwing up. I can tell you what tear gas take. I can tell you what it feels like to watch her family. See you get sentenced to life without parole, and I can tell you the decisions I made to get to that. At the choice is yours. Howard and twenty other lifers are like attentive father, they enforce unit rules during the last evaluation recommended that you work on your attitude working with staff, they constantly monitor the young offenders behavior and assess their progress at regular feedback sessions always tried to encourage you to speak a little more. If you have a lot of wisdom to give to your peers, many people outside of Krizan would think that someone who is in for life wouldn't necessarily be the kind of person you'd expect or want to be teaching you life lessons. So what have they done to help? You. They've helped me learn how to speak in a way that I can articulate my thoughts and emotions instead of just getting mad and wanting to hit something should cheer. You told us he has grown under their guidance..

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"warden urfi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"True is turning prison into summer camp too lenient, they think it puts the corrections officers at risk not at all not at all numbers don't lie. Our incident rate is a lot lower than it is in general population. In the general population violence is common. Yellow uniforms. Ide- dangerous confidence warden Urfi says in the two years of true. There hasn't been a single fistfight or assault on staff. I don't know how I don't know why it's working Lieutenant Daniel Quinn was brought up using the old school approach. Now, he finds himself defending the true. So what were you hearing from your fellow officers who were not in this unit? We're here to wipe their noses cookies and milk. That's when milk Lieutenant Ashley McCarthy told us in her nine years in corrections. She's never experienced anything like this. You don't have to put on the face of strength one hundred percent of the time because that's what you have to do internal population. You can't show a weakness or a deficiency here. It's more human what it is as it's kind of like going into LA La Land from general. Population. But they quickly see that everybody is here to help. What about punishment? You've got guys in here who've committed terrible crimes their punishment is their incarceration. It's not our job as correctional professionals to punish somebody even more while they're incarcerated true aims to recast young lives with incentives, repeating bad behavior. Like profanity and bad attitude has gotten twelve ship back to the general population good behavior earns.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"True is turning prison into summer camp too lenient, they think it puts the corrections officers at risk not at all not at all numbers don't lie. Our incident rate is a lot lower and true than it is in general population. In the general population violence is common. Yellow uniforms. Ide- dangerous conflicts warden Urfi says in the two years of true. There hasn't been a single fist fight or assault on staff. I don't know how I don't know why it's working Lieutenant Daniel Quinn was brought up using the old school approach. Now, he finds himself defending the true. So what were you hearing from your fellow officers were not in this unit? We're here to wipe their noses cookies and milk. That's when I go Melk Lieutenant Ashley McCarthy told us in her nine years in corrections. She's never experienced anything like this. You don't have to put on the face of strength one hundred percent of the time because that's what you have to do in terms population. You can't show a weakness or a deficiency here. It's more human. That's what it is. As kind of like going into LA La Land from. Population. But they quickly see that everybody is here to help. What about punishment? You've got guys in here who've committed terrible crimes their punishment is their incarceration. It's not our job as correctional professionals to punish somebody even more while they're incarcerated true aims to recast young lives with incentives, repeating bad behavior. Like profanity and bad attitude has gotten twelve ship back to the general population good.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Cheshire Correctional Institution a maximum security prison in central Connecticut that houses about thirteen hundred prisoners warden Scott has spent thirty years working in the state prison system. He told us Cheshire corrections officers were firm and unyielding as the century old prison walls when you think about as old school corrections old school mentality. That is Cheshire. What gets you here to Cheshire? We have everybody from. Short term is to everything all the way up to an including Cerro color. There are some some bad people here. The warden told us prisoners can be locked up twenty two hours a day with just an hour of recreation in the morning and afternoon. So when former governor Dan Malloy asked him to build a program modeled on the prisons he'd toward in Germany, which are much more relaxed focused on counseling and personal growth. Perfect told us he was dumbfounded. Did you think? It was crazy. I thought it was a little bit crazy. But these individuals are going to be getting out, and they don't go to a special community just for ex offenders. They're all around us. And would you rather have a better product coming out? Or would you rather have a worst product coming out and living next year? So warden Urfi got to work we closed down a solitary confinement win and opened up a sanctuary for self improvement for about fifty young inmates whose crimes Ray. Range from drugs to violent assault. They have to apply to get into the program called true for truthful,.

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"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"warden urfi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"One seven five serving a four year sentence for felony check fraud at Cheshire Correctional Institution a maximum security prison in central Connecticut that houses about thirteen hundred prisoners warden Scott has spent thirty years working in the state prison system. He told us Cheshire corrections officers were firm and unyielding as the century old prison walls, when you think about contrasts old school corrections old school mentality. That is Cheshire would get you here to Cheshire we everybody from. Short-term to everything all the way up to an including serial killer. There are some some bad people here. The warden told us prisoners can be locked up twenty two hours a day with just an hour of recreation in the morning and afternoon. So when former governor Daniel Malloy asked him to build a program modeled on the prisons he'd toward in Germany, which are much more relaxed focused on counseling and personal growth. Perfect told us he was dumbfounded. Did you think? It was crazy. I thought it was a little bit crazy. But these individuals are going to be getting out, and they don't go to a special community just for acts offenders, they're all around us. And would you rather have a better product coming out? Or would you rather have a worst product coming out and living next to you? So warden Urfi got to work we closed down solitary confinement win and opened up a sanctuary for self improvement for about fifty young inmates whose crimes range from drugs to violent assault..

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