Cell extraction>>what's your opinion?
SJ: The device I believe you are speaking of is called the X-10 Barricade Removal Device (BRD) used by the California Department of Corrections. It is basically a battering ram with an attached OC MK46 sized canister. Jam it in, pull the lever and it instantly dumps the canister into the cell via the holes drilled in the business end.
OJJDP: $2 Million To Support Juvenile Justice ReformBy Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
In a new private-public partnership, OJJDP and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation are jointly providing $2 million to support innovative and effective reforms in treatment and services for youth involved in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.
"We need to do what's right for America's children," said Melodee Hanes, Acting Administrator of OJJDP. "This partnership supports state and community efforts to protect youth from harm, hold them accountable for their actions, provide for rehabilitation, and improve public safety. In this tight economy, creatively partnering with a private organization such as MacArthur maximizes reform, while stretching limited public dollars." full story
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Nurse Practitioner – Corizon - Missouri Department of Corrections
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quote of the week
"Vitality shows not only in the ability to persist, but in the ability to start over"