OK Jails Raise Income From Video Visitations

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A move by Tulsa jail officials to reduce on-site visitation from six days each week to two is part of a broader effort across Oklahoma for jails to move toward a more lucrative video visitation system, reports The Frontier. Tulsa officials said a state survey showed that only one of 25 other jails and prisons allowed visitation more . . .

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