Need some music to liven up prisoner transport? This list of song recommendations includes a variety of humorous tracks to add a touch of levity to the situation. From classic hits to modern favorites, there’s something for everyone. Just remember to always maintain a professional and respectful atmosphere while transporting prisoners.
- Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley: This classic rock and roll song from 1957 tells the story of a man who goes to jail and starts a band with the other inmates. It’s a fun and upbeat tune that could add some energy to prisoner transport
- Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash: This country song from 1955 tells the story of a prisoner who longs to escape from Folsom State Prison. It’s a classic tune that could be a good choice for prisoner transport
- The Streets of Philadelphia” by Bruce Springsteen: This rock song from 1994 tells the story of a man struggling with illness and isolation in the city of Philadelphia. It’s a poignant and emotional song that could add some depth to prisoner transport
- I Fought the Law” by The Clash: This punk rock song from 1979 tells the story of a man who breaks the law and ends up in jail. It’s a fast-paced and energetic tune that could add some attitude to prisoner transport
- Escape (The Piña Colada Song)” by Rupert Holmes: This pop song from 1979 tells the story of a man who uses a personal ad to try and find a new lover, only to discover that his current partner has been doing the same. It’s a fun and lighthearted song that could add some levity to prisoner transport
- Locked Up” by Akon: This hip hop song from 2004 tells the story of a man who is wrongly accused and imprisoned. It’s a catchy and upbeat tune that could add some energy to prisoner transport
- Hands Up (Don’t Shoot)” by Michael Brown Jr. and Ferguson Movement: This rap song from 2014 was inspired by the death of Michael Brown Jr., an unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. It’s a powerful and poignant song that could add some depth and perspective to prisoner transport