L.A. County sheriff agrees to sweeping changes at jails
Bowing to mounting pressure to fix the nation's largest jail system, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca agreed Wednesday to sweeping reforms to improve the management and oversight of his agency amid allegations of deputy brutality against inmates. One of the key recommendations accepted by Baca would create an independent inspector general's office with the authority to scrutinize Baca's agency. Read the full article: L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca agrees to long list of jail reforms
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At Men's Central Jail
The third floor of the Men's Central Jail houses many of the county¿s most dangerous inmates; and it¿s where allegations of jailer abuse originated.