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MN: Minnesota House committee hears sex offender program’s request for funding

[msn.com – 4/6/21]

The Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee learned more Tuesday about the proposed $17.8 million contained in Gov. Tim Walz’s bonding request for the Minnesota Sex Offender Program in St. Peter.

The funding would renovate two buildings on the program’s campus, adding 30 beds to Community Preparation Services, as well as provide more programming and administrative space.

Clients transferred to CPS continue treatment in a less restrictive setting that prepares them to integrate back into the community.

Right now, all 89 beds at CPS are full, with about 50 more clients on the waiting list.

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Wow, could this actually be an enlightened state that gives real treatment that the inmates are waiting in line for?

Very unlikely. Looks more like they simply want to expand another not-a-prison “treatment facility” because the other one out there (Moose Lake I think, but don’t recall the name) came under a little scrutiny last year and had to release a few not-prisoners (around 3 or 4 times the number released throughout the rest of its history). God forbid they be allowed to try to make a life for themselves.

Better to simply stop forging felonies and felons from those not.
https://wrongfulconvictionsblog.org

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