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Why Judicial Corporal Punishment Is Better Than IncarcerationBy John Dewar Gleissner, Esq
While the execution of judicial corporal punishment is horrendous and usually bloody, the effects of incarceration are worse. Prison takes offenders away from their families, marriages, jobs, friends, communities and churches and puts them in an extremely bad moral environment for years at a time.
Nurse Practitioner – State of Ohio
The Vermont Department of Corrections seeks a seasoned, proven leader challenged to manage one of the State Correctional Facilities. The facilities within Vermont differ widely from 100 bed Work Camps to 400 bed Central Receiving facilities. The facility custody levels range from minimum to medium-security throughout the state, housing pre-trial detention and sentenced male and female populations.full job posting
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