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Inmates and disposable razors

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Campi:
They have Magic Shave and use it but I don’t see them getting rid of razors. If that’s the case we will never have an inmate use any tool for any job at any time. We issue them large metal locker boxes to store their property in. Seen that used as a weapon. They are sold locks to secure their property. Seen that used as a weapon... full thread

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A Few Moments with John Rees

Joe Bouchard
Perhaps it is an understatement to merely say that John Rees is a corrections professional with experience. It is like saying that Lake Superior is a little chilly in December or that Bill Gates is sort of well-off. With four decades in corrections and many different positions under his belt, Rees is truly someone who has seen changes. In addition, Mr. Rees attended the University of Kentucky and Florida State University. In his book, "My Life", he looks at how he, prison operations, and society have developed. We spoke recently... .. full story

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