The theme of the issue is female crime.
To date, there are 15 correctional labor institutions in Russia, where more than 30 thousand women are serving time, the average age of which is 35 years.
More and more women are committing crimes on economic grounds, including robberies, robberies, theft of personal property, murder in order to seize an inheritance.
Every year, women's crimes become more violent.
More than half of the women are serving sentences for premeditated murder under aggravating circumstances, causing grievous bodily harm, complicity in rape.
Visiting the program are the head of the Mozhaisk correctional labor women's colony, Colonel of the internal service Valentina Andreevna Savina, Assistant prosecutor of the Tver interdistrict Prosecutor's Office Vera Sergeevna Pestryakova, convicted Irina Vladimirovna Petrova, who is serving a 3-year sentence in the Mozhaisk ITK for premeditated murder.
The conversation revolves around the reasons for the increase in women's crime, life in women's colonies, and what can help former prisoners return to normal life.
Employees of the ZEK Support Center Anatoly Nekrasov, Dmitry Kalyuzhny, Alexander Artamonov, Lyudmila Martyanova and lawyer Marina Rodman talk about the situation of women in colonies located in economic disaster zones.