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A Hint of Haiti on the Night Shift

A Dispatch from Customer Service By Marie Jean-Baptiste I like the night shift.  During the day the customer service department buzzes like a beehive, but at night it’s quiet.  I can hear my customers better.  I can hear their accents better. One night a couple of weeks ago I got

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JPay Comes to Louisiana

Inmates’ friends and family can now send money in Louisiana through, the JPay money order lockbox, and at any MoneyGram location. Sending money in the Big Easy just got easier. JPay is launching in Louisiana today, which means sending money to state prisoners will now be as easy and

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Introducing the New

JPay’s website gets a redesign; emphasis on functionality, ease-of-use If you’ve visited recently, you probably noticed a couple of changes. If you haven’t visited lately, go ahead and click over. We’ll wait. Pretty nice, right? The full-scale redesign of the site is more than cosmetic, though. We’ve streamlined many

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CA County Jails and the Supreme Court

What Monday’s ruling means for local facilities in CA and what can be done Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the state of California must reduce its state prison population by more than 33,000 inmates, to 110,000, citing persistent overcrowding as an infringement on 8th Amendment rights.  Governor

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