About Alabama — Wanted: Service Partners

November 13, 2008

Alabama’s state prisons house more than 25,300 inmates but were designed to hold only 13,400. Severe overcrowding, therefore, represents a major challenge. Since maintaining an inmate costs more than $39 per day, it is also expensive for Alabama taxpayers. The Department of Corrections has a plan to end overcrowding in a cost-effective way consistent with …
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