LA Lacks Clear Rules On Jail Inmate Witness Safety

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Inmates who agree to testify in criminal cases risk retaliatory attacks, but the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department lacks a clear policy to identify witnesses in the county jails and ensure their safety, reports the Los Angeles Times. Jail officials simply label them as “keep-away” inmates when they enter the system. Those identified as keep-aways
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