During his 31-year tenure with the R.I. Department of Corrections – 18 as director – A.T. Wall helped prioritize job placement and preparation programs as a major tenant in reducing recidivism rates among inmates at the Adult Correctional Institutions. Set to retire at the end of the month as the nation’s longest-serving corrections director, Wall…
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