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Women's Reintegration Center Prepares Inmates For Life After Prison

NIANTIC, CT - MAY 24: Prison inmates make one of their daily allotment of six phone calls at the York Community Reintegration Center on May 24, 2016 in Niantic, Connecticut. The center is part of the York Correctional Institution, which houses all of the state's more than 1,000 female inmates. The unit is designed to prepare prisoners for successful reintegration into society after serving out their sentences. Criminal justice and prison reforms are taking hold with bi-partisan support nationwide in an effort to reduce prison populations, while saving taxpayer money. The state's criminal justice reforms are part of Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy's 'Second Chance Society' legislation. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Women's Reintegration Center Prepares Inmates For Life After Prison
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John Moore / Staff
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533973356
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Getty Images News
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May 24, 2016
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Getty Images North America
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