REWIND: Injured CO lawsuit, prison chapel safety & other top stories
June 13, 2019
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TRENDING THIS WEEK
Lawsuit: Rikers CO beaten so badly he may never be able to hold his child
The lawsuit is seeking $1 million in damages
Death-penalty trial panned in state that ended punishment
In a rare case, the U.S. DOJ is seeking the death penalty in Illinois, a state that abolished the sentence in 2011
Ohio sheriff: We welcome more state inspections of our jail
Ohio's governor wants to hire more employees to conduct annual inspections of jails in response to recent inmate deaths and high-profile lawsuits
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Minn. DOC shakes up leadership at state prisons
Commissioner Paul Schnell called the move an opportunity for “fresh perspectives” at Minnesota correctional facilities
What can go wrong in the prison chapel?
By Gary York
While there are inmates who are sincere about their religious beliefs, many do not use the chapel for its intended purpose
Opinion: How PPE reduces the risks faced by correctional officers
By Robert Kaiser
It is time for correctional leaders to prioritize personnel safety
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