Tenn. jail plans visitation via video

County contracts for system to avoid contact, contraband


By Henry Bailey
The Commercial Appeal 

DESOTO, Tenn. — A contract for jailhouse video-visitation operations that officials hope will slam the door on forbidden items has gotten the unanimous approval of the DeSoto Board of Supervisors.

Best of all - it's at virtually no ongoing cost to taxpayers.

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