How pruno can have a life-threatening effect
Hundreds of gallons of pruno were recently found before an inmate "Super Bowl party" in a California jail. Also known as "prison wine," pruno has been linked to botulism outbreaks in correctional facilities that can lead to inmates being hospitalized for weeks or months at a time resulting in six-figure hospital bills.
In this tip, risk management expert and Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham discusses the risks pruno poses to both inmates and facilities.
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