APNewsBreak: Prison staff 'complacency' blamed for stabbing
COLUMBUS, Ohio – A document has recognized body of workers complacency, supervision issues, and old-fashioned safety insurance policies and orders at Ohio’s 3 high-security prisons.
The state commissioned the document after a Feb. 20 assault on a jail guard despatched the officer to the health center for weeks with a couple of stab wounds.
The document got through The Related Press via a information request says the standard of jail rounds through supervisory body of workers in Ohio’s 3 most safety prisons is questionable.
A 3-time convicted killer is suspected within the assault on correctional officer Matthew Matthias on the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville.
Ohio’s jail guard union rejects the allegations. It says new safety regulations for Lucasville agreed to through the state proves the jail device acknowledges the risks posed through high-security inmates.