“Additionally, fewer inmates means more resources for programs to help offenders return to society. We pledge to continue working with legislative leaders and the governor as they make decisions in the best interests of our state and its future.”
Adam Luck, member of ODOC’s Board of Corrections, concurred. “We appreciate the governor’s continued support of criminal justice reform in Oklahoma,” Luck said. “The next step is passing legislation recommended by the Oklahoma Justice Reform Task Force last year. The more we delay, the more we strain our overburdened system.”
The full press release is posted here.
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