Growing Georgia Prison System Lacks A Leader

Print More Georgia’s corrections department, with a budget of nearly $1 billion and responsibility for more than 47,000 inmates, hasn’t had a permanent leader since January, and isn’t likely to get one until the fall, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The department’s second-in-command is in Washington on military duty, forcing one of five division directors to run
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