FULL LIST OF Correctional Management RESULTS
Layoffs looming as Ill. nurses worry about inmate care–
Nurse Michelle Davenport believes state employees are in a position to better see to the health care prisoners receive
W.Va. cracking down on contraband by photocopying mail–
Any photos in "nonprivileged" mail are also photocopied, with the originals kept with the inmate’s personal belongings pending release
Estimated $3.7M saved by Pa. jail's health care provider since 2013–
"There are a lot of jails that don't have the mental health aspect five days a week — and we do"
Latest Rikers brutality case fuels debate over jail's future–
An independent commission is close to announcing recommendations for reforms in the city's criminal justice system, including whether to shut Rikers for good
FCC approves measures intended to combat prison cellphones–
The FCC unanimously voted to approve rules to streamline the process for using technology to detect and block contraband phones in U.S. prisons and jails
NJ COs asked to buy own safety gloves from vending machines–
The gloves were priced at $1 for two pairs
Del. officials: Prison warden 'reassigned' after deadly riot–
Officials did not comment if David Pierce still works for the DOC or is still on leave
Ill. governor seeks prison tower cameras–
Gov. Bruce Rauner wants to replace officers in watchtowers with closed-circuit cameras at nearly two dozen lower-security Illinois prisons
US prosecutors oppose easing jail conditions for El Chapo–
Prosecutors and lawyers are sparring over jail conditions that the lawyers claim are so stressful El Chapo is hallucinating about music
Accelerated executions: Ark. plans 8 over 10-day period–
Arkansas has not put a prisoner to death since 2005
DHS releases names of local jails that won't hold immigrants–
The Trump administration released a list of 206 cases of immigrants released from custody before federal agents could intervene
Lawyers: 'Complete lack' of supervision led to La. jail disturbance–
The sheriff's office said 12 inmates in a fourth-floor "disciplinary unit" barricaded themselves "while the deputy on duty was temporarily out of the housing unit"
La. inmates hurt after prisoners 'barricade themselves in housing unit'–
The inmates were serving sentences for "previous misconduct charges"
Mo. prisons head orders change after harassment claims–
A zero-tolerance policy has been implemented for managers who fail to properly respond to sexual harassment reports
Slammer sale: Closed prisons are a tough sell, states find–
Nationwide, at least 22 states have closed or announced plans to close 94 state prisons and juvenile facilities since 2011, and only a handful have been sold or repurposed
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