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Jail crowding trickles down ; Many state DOC inmates have to be housed by county jails, which are pushed to capacity.

While the Department of Corrections struggles with having 99 percent occupancy in its prisons, Tulsa County and other entities in northeast Oklahoma are feeling the effects of prison-ready inmates taking up valuable space in their jails. [read the full story here]

Tulsa World, Thursday, January 1, 1970
Tags: Prison Conditions & Corruption, Oklahoma

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