Lee M. Ozley’s Book Shares His Journey at Allendale Correctional Institution (ACI)

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“95% What if...Dealing with Prison Inmates” provides a clear description of a remarkable program that will provide a better and significantly improved way to deal with prison inmates

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From his exposure to a number of prisons, author Lee M. Ozley’s in depth experience with 1,250 male inmate prison and 45+ years of experience as a coach and advisor to organizations made it clear to him that the stereotypes that guide people involved in the development and administration of the prison systems may be deterrents to efforts to rehabilitate inmates.

95% What if...Dealing with Prison Inmates is the story of the trials, tribulations, and results of his journey at Allendale Correctional Institution (ACI) in Fairfax, S.C. In his conversation with more than 100 inmates, they described prison life as ‘dehumanizing’, ‘belittling’, ‘degrading’ and gives them the feeling that they had been “written off ” as a human being of value.

The thrust of his effort is based upon the belief that 90% or more of inmates are good people who just made mistakes and screwed up their lives. The author believes that by treating inmates with respect and as a person of value, when their demonstrated behaviors merit, it will create a truly rehabilitative program that will change their lives and prepares them to be productive and good members of society.

95% What if...Dealing with Prison Inmates is an engagingly written and charmingly illustrated book that will take readers through the history of Lee M. Ozleys’ efforts to improve the rehabilitative program of inmates in today’s penal system and that there is a better and significantly better way to deal with prison inmates. He has written a clear description of the remarkable program at Allendale, which should be a model for every penal institution all over the country.

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About the Author

A native of Alabama, Lee M. Ozley graduated from Auburn University with a BS degree in Economics and a BA degree in Psychology. After military service in the US Air Force as a commissioned officer, he did graduate at the University of Wisconsin where he focused on the work of Abraham Maslow. He then served in operational leadership roles in both union and management organizations before becoming a third party resource, coach, counselor and consultant to organizational leaders. Since 1970 he has worked with more than 180 organizations and 100,000+ working men and women in both the public and private sector in North America and Europe. He is now retired and lives on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina where he is devoting his time to working with a small number of select clients, teaching, writing, working with Habitat for Humanity, and improving his golf game.

95% What if...Dealing with Prison Inmates * by Lee M. Ozley
Publication Date: July 31, 2013
Picture Book; $25.99; 74 pages; 978-1-4836-6570-2
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 74 pages; 978-1-4836-6571-9
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-6572-6

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