2 edition of Report of the governor"s committee on county jails and houses of correction found in the catalog.
Written in English
...provides background on events that led to this study; explains role of county jails and houses of correction; reports on conditions common to both; states recommendations of the Committee for the transfer of houses of correction to the Dept. of Correction; contains reports and recommendations concerning jails in which prisoners are held for trial, women prisoners, alcoholic, and one for each separate jail and house of correction; this item was in the BRA collection...
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