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Prisons aren’t working

12 September 2023

11:15 PM

12 September 2023

11:15 PM

Will we learn the lessons of Daniel Khalife?

It depends what those lessons are. If they revolve solely around prison placement decisions, security protocols, and risk assessments for inmates assigned to work details, then perhaps we will. These sorts of lessons are appealing. They appear to address the immediate causes of the absconsion.

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