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Contraband: DS games used to conceal
An offender's Nintendo DS games weren't what they seemed when they removed a sticker to find a mini SD card reader. Game appeared normal
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The importance of policies and procedures
Gary Klugiewicz and correctional training expert Marty Drapkin talk about the importance of the development of policies and procedures. Manager's responsibilities
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Prison inmate's self-burial gets him more years behind bars
Authorities say Edwin Cota was found buried in August at the Brooks prison in Muskegon.
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