Audit Faults FL Prisons On Drugs, Security, Staffing, Recidivism

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Florida prisons are infiltrated by drugs and tobacco, dependent on outdated security systems, run by inexperienced and overstretched staff, and house inmates who are staying longer and returning just as frequently, says an audit report quoted by the Miami Herald. In short, the nation's third-largest prison system runs a daily risk of becoming another headline,
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