*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Inmate gets life for prison admin's murder; Jury mulls min. wage for detainees
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Jury to decide if immigration detainees should get minimum wage
Jury selection is underway in a trial to determine whether GEO Group must pay minimum wage to detainees at its Wash. state immigration detention center
Tenn. inmate gets life in prison for corrections administrator's rape, murder
Poll: Majority of Americans in support of death penalty
NY sheriff signs promise to better investigate sexual misconduct in jails as part of state settlement
NH in-prison cosmetology school offers inmates job skills, second chances
Calif. city to sue state over plan to close prison
Why the little things are BIG in corrections
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When it comes to communicating with inmates, officers and administrators should always pay attention to the small issues
Why Narcan belongs in the jail booking area
By Gordon Graham 
We need to have a plan in place for not if, but when we encounter someone who has overdosed in the booking or holding areas
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