The Insider: Reggie Yates – Episode 1: In a Texan Jail | Prison Documentary

Behind Bars – Dallas County Jail, Texas, USA:

The Insider sees Reggie Yates live life for real in some of the world’s most diverse and demanding places.

America incarcerates more people than any other country in the world… and the largest population of inmates are housed in Texas. In fact one in twenty of adult Texans are now under criminal justice control, so who are these people being locked up?

“Every day around a hundred people enter this jail and a hundred people leave”

For one week Reggie Yates will eat, sleep and work alongside the inmates of Bexar County Jail, Texas to try to understand the criminal justice system from the inside. He doesn’t just meet the prisoners of this Texan jail, he becomes one. Stripped of all personal belongings, locked up at the ankles and wearing an orange jumpsuit, he enters into a world most of us will never know.
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