In the United States 1 out 3 young people are arrested at least once by age 23 - this could be as high as 41% research reveals. “Getting arrested is much more complicated than just showing up” Julio Briones tell us in Surviving Arrest: The Complete Guide. Julio hosts An Ounce of Prevention podcast, he is also a Personal Crisis Manager, Coach, and is the founder and CEO of AnswerMan Speciality Services. Julio has an inspirational story; he embodies the advice and life lessons he offers. On this episode we explore the potential crises that can result from being arrested and incarcerated. From initial contact with the criminal justice system, through to spending time behind bars, Julio tells us of the importance of having a plan and support systems in place. We also talk about life after incarceration, the issues that offenders face and how reintegration in the labour market could be made easier.
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