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Jail Clerk Put Witnesses And Suspects In Same Cellblock!

Discussion in '2006 Archive' started by JFox1, Aug 18, 2006.

  1. JFox1

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  2. Daisy

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    I'm guessing she did it for the money.
     
  3. Ed Edwards

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    I doubt it. :sleep:

    My motto :)

    Do not attribute to malice that which can be easily
    explained by stupidity.
     
  4. Daisy

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    It's a good, useful motto, but in this case, I was basing my guess on what the article said:
    It's certainly possible that the program didn't work properly, but it's not that probable unless it's extremely badly designed. Since the two times it happened resulted in the witnesses withdrawing their testimony, it just seems unlikely to be a co-inkydinky.

    It's possible that the article got the facts wrong or that one of Collins' co-workers has it in for her, but the simplest explanation is that someone got paid.
     
  5. DeeJay

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    I use that program or one just like it. At least half of the time you move somebody it gives you a warning. "THIS INMATE HAS SAFETYS IN THE UNIT AND OR SECTION YOU ARE MOVEING HIM INTO, DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE" then it has a yes / no button

    95% of the time the inmate is going to be in another section or different recreation schedule and you can move him in by overriding (clicking yes).

    It requires you to double check where you are moving him and where his safetys are.

    I suspect lazyness and complacency, the cause of most mistakes.
     
  6. Daisy

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    You both maybe right.
     
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