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  • Kentucky's use of isolation cells disturbs state official

    Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Secretary John Tilley said the state's juvenile detention centers are using isolation cells less than they once did. But he was disturbed by a recent report that found the state still overuses the small, concrete rooms, sometimes with inadequate monitoring.

Kentucky's use of isolation cells disturbs state official

Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Secretary John Tilley said the state's juvenile detention centers are using isolation cells less than they once did. But he was disturbed by a recent report that found the state still overuses the small, concrete rooms, sometimes with inadequate monitoring.
John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com