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Former Prison Advisor says ‘Family’ of Jail Administrators Stifling Reform

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Reverend Phillip Duvall resigns from St. Louis County Justice Services Advisory Board. He cites "the family," a group of managers and rank-and-file corrections officers. The advisory board was formed in 2019 as a response to inmate deaths in the county jail. "I tried to hold on as long as I could so that we could get the ship in the dock"
1 month ago·St. Louis, United States

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Former Prison Advisor says ‘Family’ of Jail Administrators Stifling Reform

The Reverend Phillip Duvall announced his resignation from the St. Louis County Justice Services Advisory Board today. He cites "the family," a group of managers and rank-and-file corrections officers, for stifling department reform efforts. The advisory board was formed in 2019 as a response to inmate deaths in the county jail.

1 month ago·St. Louis, United States
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