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Sep

Former Correctional Officer Pleads Guilty to Denying Medical Aid to Dying Woman at St. Bernard Jail

ST. BERNARD PARISH, LOUISIANNA – A former St. Bernard Parish correctional officer pleaded guilty Tuesday (Sept. 18) to violating the rights of a woman who, after being repeatedly denied medical help for her rare blood disorder, died during a roughly 10-day stay at the parish jail, according to federal court records. Timothy Williams of Meraux, now…

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Karl Malone’s Mailbag – July 2018

This is Karl Malone. As an ambassador for corrections and law enforcement officers across the country, I will be writing a monthly blog for NIJO, called “The Mailbag”. This blog is dedicated to YOU–our men and women in uniform, corrections officers, law enforcement officers, first responders, and everyone who protects our freedoms every single day….

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01Sep

How Tablets are Helping Us Clean Up Our Prison

How Tablets are Helping Us Clean Up Our Prison The debate over prison reform seems sharply divided between those who want to see stricter sentencing and harsher punishment and those who want to move toward a more rehabilitative system. Despite very real differences between these two philosophies, there may be one issue that both sides…

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