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A podcast for everyone affected by the justice system and incarceration. Released Into Captivity is a series of raw conversations about the struggle to assimilate into society after release and the tools for everyone affected to succeed.

Released Into Captivity: Hope After the Cage |Prison|Parole|Hope|Change|Freedom|Crime|Justice Daniel Herron

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 42 Ratings

A podcast for everyone affected by the justice system and incarceration. Released Into Captivity is a series of raw conversations about the struggle to assimilate into society after release and the tools for everyone affected to succeed.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Jesse De La Cruz ,

Great show

I love listening to this podcast!!! Glad you made it back for April! We missed you!!! Love how Daniel gets everyone on the same table to discuss life in prison and after prison. It will be amazing to be able to bring more people on the extreme right to understand each other and build bridges. Will love to hear more episodes with you doing inreach and collaborating with ear hustle, as well. Blessings Daniel!

Marktheph ,

Great Episode

Keep them coming!!

Natnatthebrat ,

Really love this one

I discovered this through listening to Dopey and it’s now up there in my top 3. I am a social work major but have really taken an interest in our Criminal Justice System (how it works but mostly how much I see wrong with it) the last few years. Incarceration and it’s impact on the lives of so many families and loved ones of inmates is something that needs to be talked about and looked at closer than it is. This was so neat to discover because I couldn’t find another one prior to this that came close to Released into Captivity. I have been through the criminal justice system although have not experienced prison. It was for alcohol related non violent offenses and honestly I am grateful now to have came out of it only to be all the more passionate about where it falls short and what has seemed to improve. I wouldn’t say my experience was so awful, but it didn’t help me in any way to make all the ways I know it failed me worth while. I really try to approach these issues including my beliefs from my experience from a fair perspective. I feel like the show does a good job presenting the material without too much bias. Which considering the host and guests have been through the prison system, I respect their ability to deliver the material from a pretty balanced, subjective perspective. Obviously the show is not about how awesome our country is running the prisons and CJ system, but if anyone has elgitstmaf resskns to paint the entire system with a negative brush, it’s these guys. And good job giving a voice to the people that need to have a lot more influence on what decisions are made because they know better than anyone else. People need to hear both sides and realize maybe they never have. It’s wrong. It’s sad. And it’s not serving the best interests of those that it should be all the time.

It’s very good. Lots of perspectives and lots of brave people getting honest about what rehabilitation really do. Keep if up and thanks

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