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Carl Cattermole (not his real name), an ex-convict who served a year in jail in 2011 at both Wormwood Scrubs and Wandsworth says that while the prospect of jail is awful, and something that he would never want to return to, it is nothing like what you see in the TV programmes.
He tells FEMAIL what it was like to give up a year of his life at her majesty’s pleasure, from the inedible food, the illiterate inmates and the scratchy grey standard issue tracksuits that everyone has to wear.
“I did try to end our relationship a few times but the chemistry was just so strong that it was hard to let each other go.
Both of the cellmates Carl had in his year in prison were heroin addicts, a common sight in British prisons, where the number of heroin users entering prison is less than the number who come out at the other end.
Many other states follow the “Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking” (SMART) guidelines, which were authorized in accordance with Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.
The guidelines provide a set of minimum standards for sex offender registration and categorize offenders into a three tier/level system, which is based on the severity of an offender’s crimes — Level 3 being the most dangerous offender.
This is a gold mine of information for ex-convicts searching for jobs. It is a newer website but it lists some resources and businesses by state that are helpful and amenable to former convicts.
There are also discussion boards so you can talk to other people in your situation.
Sometimes, at the end of the day when all the circled ads in the paper have been responded to and all the interviews done, ex-convicts still need a bit of assistance finding a job. You'll need a membership to reap the benefits, but it's free.