Extreme Overcrowding Reported In Camden, NJ, Jail

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An inefficient design, a steady flow of state prisoners, and too many low-bail and short-term inmates contribute to an “extreme” overcrowding problem at the Camden County, N.J., Correctional Facility, says a federal study. The Philadelphia Inquirer says that the overcrowding, which has reached 140 percent capacity, makes attempts to classify or separate inmates dysfunctional. The
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