New Ga. Prison Chief To Cut Inmate Population

Print
The first African-American to run Georgia’s prison system is hinting at major changes for a crowded, underfunded system with the nation’s sixth-largest inmate population, says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “We’ve got to look seriously at some sort of transformation in the way we do business,” retired two-star Gen. James E. Donald, 54, said after he took
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.