Corrections Commissioner In DC Looking For Help

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WASHINGTON, DC (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi’s Corrections Commissioner is in Washington D.C. this week for a public safety summit that will examine crime, corrections, and behavioral health trends. Pelicia Hall and Melody Winston, director of Alcohol and Drug Services from the state department of mental health are representing Mississippi. Hall says her department is looking for ways to provide meaningful and cost-effective rehabilitation to reduce recidivism.



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