N.J. Jail Criticized For Handling Of Mentally Ill

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The beating death of a mentally ill inmate calls for changes in oversight, training, record-keeping, and staffing at the overcrowded Camden County, N.J., jail, says a report commissioned after the January slaying of Joel Seidel. The Philadelphia Inquirer says the study written by William Waldman, a former state commissioner of human services, said problems at
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