內容簡介 The L.I.F.E - Living In Fact-Based Education (Crimes, Fines, and Consequences) curriculum was designed as a critical thinking proactive guide to help individuals avoid potential pitfalls that can lead to incarceration. The objective of the material is to provide a proactive visual leaning strategy in the form of educational charts that give credence to the length of time an individual can serve if they commit a crime. Charts have been established for Murder, Rape, Non-Child Support Crimes, Domestic Violence, Theft, and Age of Consent for all 50 states and Washington D.C. Drug Possession, Intent to Sell, and Trafficking crimes and penalties are also included and narrowed down to eight states Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Vermont, and Mississippi to give a view of what all states may provide as a consequence to a crime. Accompanied with layman's text are illustrations and examples of different scenarios of irrational decisions that lead to prison. For more information visit our Fierce Fellows website at https: www.fiercefellowsllc.com
作者介紹 Zeb S. Regan, III developed L.I.F.E.- Living In Fact-Based Education (Crimes, Fines, and Consequences) as well as R.E.F.O.R.M. - (Researched Evidence-Based Formulated Objective Realistic Material) through years of working with individuals in juvenile detentions, group homes, and correctional facilities. Prior to starting his own firm. His research was gathered in treatment organizations, through teaching collegiate courses in psychology, valued participant input gathered in jails and on the streets, as well as counseling individuals with severe substance abuse addictions. In addition to these experiences, Dr. Regan performed counseling duties through contracts with the Florida Department of Children and Families, the Florida Department of Corrections, and the Orange County Jail, in Florida. His educational journey began at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) before transferring and completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in English at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University (A&T). He earned his Master's degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and a Doctor of Philosophy (Human Services) from Walden University. He has more than twenty years of experience working with individuals ages five years old to adulthood with maladaptive behaviors. He is currently the founder of Fierce Fellows LLC, a for-profit curriculum development, consultation, and think tank firm.