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Mich. DOC eases rules for COVID-positive COs to go back to work
COs at prisons operating under "contingency" staffing can now return to work five days after testing positive, even if still experiencing mild symptoms
Prosecutor: No charges in Kan. juvenile's in-custody death
Changes eyed to strip 'prisoners' and 'inmates' from Maine's statute books
Fla. county considers sponsoring corrections academy to attract new recruits
Kan. community college discontinues programs for corrections careers
Ohio takes big step by sending body cams to all its prisons
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