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    Lubbock County's New Detention Center: Vision to Occupation

    This article by Dan Corbin, CJM, and Malcolm Chambliss was originally published by the American Jail Association in American Jails magazine, January-February 2011 issue. It appears here by permission of AJA. Corbin and Chambliss write, The former Lubbock County Detention Center’s needs had surpassed what the facility could provide. Aside from various maintenance issues, administration’s major concern was overcrowding. As a result, in August 2000, then-Sheriff David Gutierrez and his staff...
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