Three Dozen DE Prison Workers Quit After Hostage Siege

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After a deadly hostage standoff at a Delaware prison this month, about three dozen workers, including nurses and correctional officers, have resigned, increasing pressure on a penitentiary already struggling with staffing shortages, the Wall Street Journal reports. A union representing Delaware prison workers has complained that top state officials haven’t done enough to address chronic prison staffing shortages. Personnel shortages at prisons are . . .

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