Larry Lawton, author of Gangster Redemption and President of the Reality Check Program was interviewed by Ann Gerber form Skyline News.
Lawton911 and Larry Lawton are expanding the very successful Reality Check Program. Click Here for summary results of an independent quantitative analysis done by a college on the Reality Check Program.
For more information on helping your loved one, email us CLICK HERE. The Reality Check Program works with people from all socioeconomic backgrounds and all ages. The oldest person Larry has worked with was seventy six (Yes, you read that right- sometimes people just need an eye-opener), the youngest was nine. Normally, Larry won’t work with a teen until they reach the age of 11 or 12. Understanding consequences is what it is all about.
Never give up and always stay strong.
Question continued from March 1, 2010: My 19 year old son was sentenced to one year in jail on a drug charge. I hear so many horrible stories. I am scared for him. Can you please give me advice on what I can do?
Answer: Please see the last few newsletters if you want to read the first two parts of the answer.
I will discuss enabling your son in prison. You are probably wondering how you can do that. The first issue is; does your son have a drug problem that wasn’t addressed. (This also goes for daughters).
A big problem with the prison system is they don’t address the real issue. What was the reason the person went to prison in the first place? If we are serious about reducing recidivism, we have to address this issue.
95% of all people incarcerated are addicts of one sort or another. There are more drugs IN prison then on the streets. Pretty hard to believe ha! Well, it’s true. What I mean is, drugs are easily obtained if an addict wants them.
If your sons has a drug problem and it isn’t addressed, he Read More »
Larry Lawton host of Lawton’s Law interviews Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
Click Here to view Part 1 of the Lawton’s Law show TV with Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
Click Here to view Part 2 of the Lawton’s Law show TV with Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
How officials and people of influence address young adult issues is always up for debate. When two parties have a common end goal, it then becomes how you get to that goal. Reducing crime, less victims, building community support, offender rehabilitation, better jail conditions and programs, increasing officer morale are all common goals of Read More »
Larry Lawton talks with international journalist Dan Wooding from KWVE radio and Assist News in the US, the UK and Belize
Larry Lawton, founder and president of Lawton911 and the Reality Check Program DVD is interviewed by international journalist Dan Wooding, founder of Assist News service with 41 years experience. The show airs on KWVE radio network on US stations as well as in the UK and Belize.
CLICK HERE to listen to the show.