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ADOC: Hualapai Unit will house sex offenders

Posted: 08 Dec 2015 09:53 PM PST

12-9-15 Arizona: KINGMAN – When the Hualapai Unit at Arizona State Prison-Kingman reopens next month for the first time since riotous inmates destroyed four of five housing pods in July, the facility won’t be home to general population prisoners, but to sex offenders. Arizona Department of Corrections spokesman Bill Lamoreaux confirmed the change in an email Monday. Lamoreaux said the same
Ex-Oklahoma prison official to join Kingman prison staff

Posted: 08 Dec 2015 09:53 PM PST

12-9-15 Arizona, Oklahoma: KINGMAN – The departing head of Oklahoma’s prison system has been hired for a top administrative post at Arizona State Prison-Kingman. Oklahoma Corrections Director Robert Patton announced Friday he is resigning and has accepted a position in Arizona to be closer to family. Patton didn’t specify the Arizona job, but Boca Raton, Fla.-based GEO Group said Monday that
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