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August 4, 2014 12:00 AM

Monday letters: Are inmates really being punished?

From reading Harrison Cahill’s July 7 story (“Program officers help youths avoid return to jail”), it appears that the Intensive Supervision Services program is a worthy and, evidently, well-run and successful way to help first-time offenders go down a better path. I thank Department of Corrections staff members Steven Little, Ginny Barr and Lorri Bennett for their excellent work.

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