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Reviewed on: September 13,2016

WHY DON'T THE PRISON GUARTDS HAVE TO BE SEARCHED JUST LIKE THE PRISONERS?

I DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW THE WARDEN OR THE PRISON OFFICIALS ALLOW DRUGS TO BE SNUCK IN BY THE PRISON GUARDS THEMSELVES. WHY DON'T THE PRISON GUARTDS HAVE TO BE SEARCHED JUST LIKE THE PRISONERS DO. IT MAKES ME VERY ANGRY THAT THIS IS A TRUE FACT. IT IS NOT RIGHT. IT IS SO WRONG AND NOT FAIR AND IT DISCUSTS ME TO NO END. WHAT HAS TO BE DONE IN ORDER FOR THE RULES TO CHANGE THAT MAKES THE PRISON GUARDS HAVE TO BE STRIP SEARCHED EVERY TIME THEY COME INTO THE BUILDING. THAT WOULD CUT DOWN ON THE DRUGS BEING IN OUR PRISONS AT LEAST A LITTLE BIT IF NOT A LOT.

Asked: September 11,2016
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Yes, this might help slow down the introduction of drugs into the prison system. But they are in a union and getting "strip searches" approved as a daily function of their job is VERY unlikely to happen. The inmates that keep them in business are equally to blame. We would rather promote how an inmate can use their time of incarceration to lift themselves above what got them in there in the first place. Staying in the drug game is a losing proposition. Inmates who recognize that their successful re-entry into society depends on how well they prepare themselves before that day comes, means drugs are off the menu. Education and hope are what we want to see inmates exposed to. Inmates that can have realistic expectations can and will do the hard work and get on the right track - it starts with education.
Accepted Answer Date Created: September 12,2016

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