My son is at Carver Center in OKC. I spoke to him last week and he said he had been out walking, trying to find a job that day. I don't understand the way all of this is happening, Are they allowed to just leave the center and walk or take a bus alone?
This sounds like some sort of work release program. He is probably a few months from the door and they are allowing him to get a job before he's out so that his re-entry will be smooth and successful. Getting a job after you've been locked-up is hard. The ones that get jobs and keep them are the ones that are least likely to re-offend, violate or just feel hopeless and commit another crime to pay the bills.
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