Prison Reform

As part of my developing positions and concepts on prison reform, as added to this blog from time to time:

Inmates should not be freely moving around a prison facility, indoors or outdoors, at anytime. Inmates should be in their cells with doors closed and locked. Inmates should be out of their cells only for showers, exercise, and meals. When inmates are moved from their cells to these locations they should be handcuffed with legs shackled. In cafeterias they should have legs shackled to tables. Outdoor exercise should be in isolated gated units. Showers should be in individual stalls with one leg shackled. In sum, prisoners should not be physically interacting and roaming around prisons at anytime.

 

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