Jails and Prisons

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Jails and Prisons Response There are four types of prison systems. They are federal, state, municipal, and military prisons. Federal prisons are ran and controlled by the government. They hold criminals that have violated a federal law or statute. A state prison is run and controlled by the state and houses criminal for rehabilitation. State prisons have both minimum and maximum security facilities. State prisons are typically separated by crime or crime seriousness. A municipal prison can be a high security prison. A military prison is a operated by the same. They are used to house Prisoners of War, enemy Prisoners of War, ex-soldiers who were found guilty of a crime while serving in the military, or anyone whose freedom was deemed a national security risk by the military or a
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