Offender-Made Media

Offenders in Jefferson City Correctional Center and other facilities have the chance to give back to their peers and the public through media production. By managing an internal television channel, creating graphic design projects, producing videos and even writing original music, offenders take on vital education and communications tasks.

What to Watch

Jefftown Productions in the News: Prisoners find purpose in life

 

 

Public Service Videos

For use by government agencies and nonprofit groups

Evolve

The Missouri Department of Corrections takes on bullying. Made by the Jefftown Productions offender media team in Jefferson City Correctional Center, this animated music video examines the roots of bullying and violence -- and explores how we can evolve.

Unfinished Conversation

Part love story, part public service announcement, this animated film illustrates the dangers of distracted driving.

For Offenders, By Offenders

For use in correctional centers

Attack of the Flu

Attack of the Flu was created to inform offenders about the dangers of the flu virus and to encourage them to get their yearly vaccination.

Suicide is Forever (men’s version)

Offenders discuss their experiences with losing friends to suicide and coming to terms with their own suicide attempts.

Suicide is Forever (women’s version)

Offenders discuss their experiences with losing friends to suicide and coming to terms with their own suicide attempts.

Making Music

Offenders write, record and produce original music.

Drunk Driverz

Created with the assistance of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and inspired by the story of Phaedra Marriott.

No More Victims

Created with the assistance of the Parents of Murdered Children St. Louis Chapter in memory of Karen Weber-Hock.

No More Victims: Victim Interview

No More Victims: Offender Interview

Music with a Message