Oklahoma Department of Corrections wants private prison companies to share information, official says
The actions of a private prison company that took months to turn over investigative materials to local agencies after a 2011 riot at the North Fork Correctional Facility in Sayre could lead to a change in Oklahoma law.
The actions of a private prison company that took months to turn over investigative materials to local agencies after a violent prison riot last year in Sayre could lead to a change in Oklahoma law.
Jerry Massie, a spokesman for the state Corrections Department, said the agency will propose an amendment to an existing law dealing with private prison companies during the upcoming legislative...
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