Correctional Officers Have New Tailors

While inmates make a number of things for a state to both keep costs down and to help inmates learn new skills, they can be fired if the work isn't up to par. Washington state Representative Maureen Walsh drafted new legislature that would enable private industry to sew the correctional officers uniforms at their prisons, rather than by the inmates as before, because of sloppy workmanship.

Interesting read from Corrections One.

Renee Shelton.