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Nevada’s ‘Most Dangerous’ Inmates Move In With Hawaii Prisoners
By civilbeat.org- Rui Kaneya
Published: 11/14/2017

Hawaii prisoners housed at a for-profit prison in Arizona will soon have new neighbors: 200 Nevada prisoners who are considered by Silver State officials as “the most disruptive and the most dangerous.”

Last month, the Nevada Board of Examiners signed off on a two-year, $9.2 million contract with CoreCivic, the largest for-profit prison company in the country, to house its excess prisoners at the Saguaro Correctional Center.

Nevada prisoners are slated to arrive at Saguaro later this month, joining about 1,600 Hawaii prisoners at the 1,896-bed prison in Eloy, Arizona, about 70 miles southeast of Phoenix.

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