“Best Model” For Youth Prisons Is Missouri: Expert

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There are no handcuffs, no razor-wire fences, no uniforms, no cells, in Missouri’s revamped youth corrections system, reports the Los Angeles Times. Inmates, referred to as “kids,” live in dorms that feature beanbag chairs, potted plants, stuffed animals, and bunk beds with smiley-face comforters. Guards – who are called “youth specialists” and must have college
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