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Guards' policy slips cited for state prison flare-ups

Guards' policy slips cited for state prison flare-ups

A string of violent altercations at Arkansas' maximum security prisons occurred, in large part, because correctional officers failed to follow policy, according to state prisons director Wendy Kelley.

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