Noem Looking At Changes In SD Prison System

       South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says she is looking to make widespread changes in the state’s prison system after meeting with tired and discouraged employees working short-handed at the state penitentiary in Sioux Falls. 

        The Republican governor last week fired the prison’s warden and deputy warden while suspending the Cabinet Secretary who oversees the prison system and the director of a prison work program

      Noem’s actions came after an investigation into an anonymous complaint from a prison employee that  alleged low employee morale, regular sexual harassment from supervisors, and promotions frequently based on nepotism.

       South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says she is looking to make widespread changes in the state’s prison system after meeting with tired and discouraged employees working short-handed at the state penitentiary in Sioux Falls. 

        The Republican governor last week fired the prison’s warden and deputy warden while suspending the Cabinet Secretary who oversees the prison system and the director of a prison work program

      Noem’s actions came after an investigation into an anonymous complaint from a prison employee that  alleged low employee morale, regular sexual harassment from supervisors, and promotions frequently based on nepotism.

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