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Department of Corrections seeks money to hire more officers
By altoday.com
Published: 01/24/2020

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama’s corrections chief on Thursday asked lawmakers for a $42 million funding increase as the state tries to combat “unacceptably high” violence and comply with a federal court order to add 2,200 officers by 2022.

Corrections Commissioner Jeff Dunn made the request during budget hearings, as he acknowledged the system continues to struggle with violence.

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  1. Kaitlyn on 02/25/2020:

    Correction is one of the best sites that share legal matters. They also work for protecting the rights of inmates. It is a relevant request about hiking the fund for hiring more officers in this field. I hope the government would take necessary steps. CBD products

  2. finnes on 02/03/2020:

    “Unacceptably high” "wings io game"

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