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Lockup: Raw 4 Seasons

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (20) IMDb 8/10

An extraordinary look at life behind bars in America. Brutal attacks, squalid living conditions, desperate criminals and their guards.

Starring:
Rasha Drachkovitch, Tracy Powell

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Season 1

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1. Inside San Quentin

San Quentin State Prison in California: one of the most famous, most notorious penitentiaries in the world.

TV-NR Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 24, 2006

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2. Return to Rikers

See how the once-infamous Rikers Island jail has reinvented itself.

TV-NR Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 24, 2006

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3. Inside Riverbend

Go behind the walls of Riverbend Maximum Security Prison, home to Tennessee's most violent offenders.

TV-NR Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 24, 2006

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4. Return to Valley State

Valley State Women's Prison in California struggles to reform.

TV-NR Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: July 31, 2006

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5. Inside Wabash

Violent offenders and mentally ill inmates in Indiana.

TV-NR Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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6. Inside Folsom Prison

Inside the maximum security prison inmates call "the end of the world."

TV-NR Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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7. Inside North Carolina Women's Prison

Hard time - and sometimes love - for women behinds bars.

TV-NR Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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8. Inside Utah State Prison

A "jail within a prison" protects some inmates from others.

TV-NR Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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9. Inside Stateville

Inside the prison housing some of Illinois' most violent criminals.

TV-NR Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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10. Inside Anamosa

Maintaining control through "zero tolerance" in Iowa.

TV-NR Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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11. The Inmate Diaries

Oklahoma inmates tell their own remarkable stories.

TV-NR Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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12. The Criminal Mind

A rare look inside one of the most dangerous places in the country.

TV-NR Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007

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By Bigstory VINE VOICE on October 6, 2010
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This is a 2-DVD set containing 8 episodes of LOCKUP:RAW with some bonus material on each disc. Lockup is a series that takes you into the Prisons and Jails and shows you the stark reality of life in the slammer.

I generally enjoy progams about prison life and Lockup does a good job of presenting the inmates and their mental/emotional state behind bars. You get to know prison terminology such as "fish"(new inmate), "pruno"(jail-made alcohol), and "shank"(sharp object).

I would have liked a few more episodes on this collection(a 3 disc set would have been better). Also, the bonus material is a bit skimpy. But otherwise this is still a great collection. Looking forward to season two.
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An insider's view of how the mentally ill who commit crimes are treated in California. The system (and philosophy) depicted in this documentary from 2007 have been built on and continue today. It is encouraging to see that one state understands the plight of the mentally ill, who are jailed for "crimes" that are a direct result of their mental illness. They get little or no psychiatric care in prison, but in a hospital setting, they stand a far better chance of receiving appropriate therapy.

That is not to say that illness justifies the crime. However, the focus of prison is punishment and rehabilitation, not psychiatric medical treatment. Locking someone in prison whose serious and untreated or inadequately treated mental illness was the root of their behavior will not result in "rehabilitation" and these patients are often victimized in the prison setting as well. Confining them to forensic medical units is a far more therapeutic and humane approach to some of these very difficult cases. This program explains the system and what they are sometimes able to accomplish.
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this is an interesting dvd it show what goes on in a prison. i was interest in it because i used to be a correction officer and was interested in what other prisons are like! i highly recommend this i makes you also want to stay out of prison and it also shows how important a correction officers job is and how dangerous it is. Great dvd
And again Great service thanks!
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This is our favorite series. its really well done and informative, and also enjoyable to watch. I am not sure why but from some sociological perspective it captures your attention.

as far as production quality, really well done.
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If you know a lot about women in US prisons, this may feel surface-y. However, if you are only used to hearing of men in prison, this will be an eye-opener. This mentions that most women are in prison are there due to drugs. This interviews some older women who cry their eyes out about having murder sentences. It shows women who don't deal with administrative segregation poorly. It speaks about pregnant women and new moms, of course. What stands out to me is that this prison sounds INCREDIBLY overcrowded. I think the narrator may have said 3,000 inmates are there. It speaks of how families and partners abandon them more than their male equivalents get abandoned. I liked this episode, but don't expect the kind of deep analysis that you'd find by Dr. Angela Davis or some feminist sociologist.
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This documentary is so enlightening, I can't get enough. It breaks my heart though when I see the really young people commit such gruesome, and heinous crimes. Do they really not care/understand what a felony and life behind bars means? I applaud the staff, crew, and the inmates for making this show possible.
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My favorite channel is A&E because of programs like American Justice , the first 48 and cold case files, if that is your cup of tea then you will really enjoy watching this show, I was real happy so see it finally released on DVD, looking forward to seeing more.
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By Ryan on January 28, 2014
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This was the series that got me started on prison documentaries. I have been watching for years and they don't get old.
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