Desperate for correctional officers who are willing to handle a tough job for low pay, the state hires dozens of guards with questionable backgrounds. Some already belong to gangs. Others have been convicted of serious crimes, or have been forced out of previous prison jobs because of poor behavior.
Desperate for correctional officers who are willing to handle a tough job for low pay, the state hires dozens of guards with questionable backgrounds. Some already belong to gangs. Others have been convicted of serious crimes, or have been forced out of previous prison jobs because of poor behavior. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Desperate for correctional officers who are willing to handle a tough job for low pay, the state hires dozens of guards with questionable backgrounds. Some already belong to gangs. Others have been convicted of serious crimes, or have been forced out of previous prison jobs because of poor behavior. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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