"... the majority of police departments have no written protocol delineating officers' responsibility to the children of arrested parents, and those protocols that do exist vary widely in their wording and their implementation." Nell Bernstein, All Alone in the World, p.9
Photographer Craig Ferguson has taken some interesting photos of a Japanese-style prison in Taiwan that closed in 1998. The prison held 300 men and 30 women, and was built between 1919 and 1922. The prison was built around a central hub, like a smaller version of Eastern State Penitentiary.
For more of Ferguson's photos of the prison, go here.