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State is faulted over rise in inmate suicides

Review finds lack of training, monitoring

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / February 21, 2007

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An independent study of the state prison system, requested by the Department of Correction and due to be released tomorrow , has found serious shortcomings in the state's handling of inmates who are at risk of committing suicide. (Full article: 989 words)

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