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Two Florida prison guards have been arrested and fired in connection with the beat-down of an inmate at Columbia Correctional Institution.
Working solo after the House abruptly adjourned the day before, the Florida Senate unanimously voted to reject a prison reform compromise bill that was passed last week by the Florida House.
A shower so scalding, it melted off one man's skin; another man gassed to death in a small room, begging for his life; beatings and torture and threats -- and after all of it, a cover-up.
A legislative oversight panel will monitor the treatment of inmates at both private and state-run prisons, arming lawmakers with more information about whether the program is working
Prison inspectors who alleged that their boss had derailed investigations have themselves become the subject of multiple investigations.
Support for Florida’s chief prison inspector continued to crumble Tuesday, as the House approved a plan that would make it easier to oust him.
A new proposal moves the Florida House closer to the Senate in overhauling the state’s prison system by imposing tougher standards and demanding more oversight.
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Prison reform advocates and families said a House bill approved Tuesday in committee doesn’t go far enough to fix the troubled prison system.
Upon her confirmation, Julie Jones denied allegations of prison whistleblowers but acknowledged she is making changes that address some of their claims
In the latest blow to the Department of Corrections, three men, all past or present Florida prison guards, were charged with plotting to kill a former inmate.
A proposal to subject the state’s troubled prison system to increased scrutiny and accountability won near-unanimous approval in the state Senate but faces obstacles in the House
Long before six corrections officers were charged with beating and stomping an inmate at a Panhandle prison, a culture of brutality flourished, inmates and guards say.
For the first time, prison system employees, including inspectors, testified publicly about what they describe as a culture of abuse and corruption in the Florida prison system.
A mother agonizes over what happened to her son, who was beaten by officers last month at one of Central Florida’s most troubled prisons.
The prison inspectors whose lawsuit against the FDOC was dismissed by a judge on Wednesday will appeal, their attorney said.
As the governor and Legislature ignored calls to fully fund staffing and building repairs in Florida’s prisons, they increased projects sought by private prison vendors.
Legislation to provide independent oversight for Florida’s troubled prison system received the unanimous support of a key Senate committee.
With confidence waning in the ability of Gov. Rick Scott and his top prison chief to fix the state’s troubled prison system, a key senator proposed a board with power to investigate and crack down on wrongdoing.