Miami-Dade County

January 31, 2015 7:34 PM

Former Florida prisons chief says Gov. Rick Scott ignored crisis in corrections system

In an exclusive interview with the Miami Herald, Former Florida Department of Corrections chief Mike Crews said few people in Tallahassee — and especially not the governor — had any interest in making sure the state’s prisons were safe or fully funded.

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