Rappler's latest stories on correctional institution for women
The Bureau of Corrections says that they are 'well and asymptomatic'
The Board of Pardons and Parole is 'formulating interim guidelines' to urgently release old and sickly convicts – a regular course for the board
(UPDATED) The female inmate is 72 years old, has pneumonia and has been transferred to the Sta Ana Hospital in Manila
(UPDATED) Angelina Bautista, a retired jail senior inspector who used to cater prison meals budgeted at P39 per inmate in a day, is tapped as superintendent at the Correctional Institution for Women
Part 2: Even if many are not heinous crime convicts, former inmates turn themselves in to the Correctional Institution for Women out of fear of the President. Administrative lapses make them worry they won’t be home for Christmas.
(UPDATED) Napoles is transferred to Correctional only on January 4
The anti-graft court Sandiganbayan says the convicted plunderer failed to prove that the women’s prison ‘poses grave threat to her life and security’
The President instead proposes to build a new medium sized facility and improve existing 7 regional prisons
Two divisions of the anti graft court where she stands trial for plunder deny her request to be moved from the women s correctional to the NBI custodial center
One went to jail for killing her husband the other volunteered to a life in prison to be with her husband
The alleged pork barrel scam mastermind is moved out of the congested general ward at the Correctional Institution for Women in Mandaluyong City
Get to know the Philippines first and only penal institution exclusively for women offenders – and the new detention place of alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles
The alleged pork barrel scam mastermind is moved to the women s prison early Thursday after the Sandiganbayan denies her request to stay at Camp Bagong Diwa
Meet the woman who supports Muslim women inside the Correctional Institute for Women in Mandaluyong
Most of the big contributions in Yolanda relief aren t from big people or big names The real heroes are the nameless and the faceless says social entrepreneur Illac Diaz