The secretary of the Department of Corrections says he intends to hold one-on-one meetings with people in and outside the department to define expectations for the next warden of the state's maximum-security prison.
For the second time, all of South Dakota's juvenile corrections programs have reached the highest status level possible in a national project that measures conditions and treatment provided to incarcerated youth.
A panel appointed by state leaders from all three branches of government has recommended changes in South Dakota's criminal justice system that could save up to $212 million in prison costs in the next decade.
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