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5 Before we had received funds for the project from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Anne Schmidt of the Bureau’s Research Division performed a preliminary analysis that produced surprising results: tabulating arrest, conviction, and return-to-prison records of 975 Alcatraz prisoners who had been out of prison for more than five years, she discovered that only 37 percent of these men officially labeled as “habitual and incorrigible” offenders had returned to prison and nearly two-thirds were still living in the free world.
Coy captures Officer Burch and throws pistol to Cretzer. 5. Coy forces officer to open door between D block and main cell block. 6. Cretzer liberates thirty prisoners. 7. Reserve officers enter main cell house. 8. They are locked in a cell and later shot by Cretzer. 9. Coy attempts to shoot tower officer. 10. Officers block escape at rear of main cell house. 11. Marines guard prisoners in recreation yard. 12. Officers break through roof and drop grenades and bombs, dislodging Coy, Cretzer, and Hubbard from pipe tunnel.
Their assistance was needed because we did not want to directly contact these ex-prisoners when we did not know what their work or family situations were, or whether they would be able to talk freely over the telephone with a stranger about scheduling an interview. , Dallas, Kansas City, San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon, was essential for a project that, unlike most prison studies, sought to identify men who never returned to prison. The complete, even enthusiastic, assistance provided by the probation officers, along with the personnel at the Bureau of Prisons and the FBI, allowed us to assemble a very large mass of hard data on which to base our conclusions.