You've Got Jail

Clem, Connie
November 2010
American Jails;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p9
The article focuses on the importance of online communication in the efficient handling of jail costs in the U.S. The use of online information has been viewed cost efficient while gaining valuable information and civic issues. It provides an explanation on how the website, blogs, Facebook and other social networks can be maximize for online communication in the jail administration.


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