South Dakota Examines Prison Reform
Prison reform has been a background theme in our country for years, existing primarily as a philosophical debate about how our country should address crime and human failings.
S.D. Prison Makes Changes After Murder
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The April murder of a correctional officer during an escape attempt at the South Dakota State penitentiary is prompting officials to increase the facility’s security.
S.D. Prison Project Back On Track
A measure providing $1.8 million to finish a minimum-security prison in Rapid City has received approval from a South Dakota legislative panel.
South Dakota Prison Under Construction
Construction is under way on South Dakota’s newest prison in Rapid City after years of planning and a lawsuit that ended up before the state Supreme Court.
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