The Fulton County Jail is basically (not at all) doing exactly that (not really) by bribing their wiliest inmates with food and hygiene products to see if they can break out of their cells despite the new, supposedly improved locks that have been installed ...
The Fulton County Jail is running a contest that actually encourages inmates to pick cell door locks.
Any inmate who can compromise new cell door locks will get free food and personal hygiene items from the commissary - all used as forms of currency inside jails.
The jail is testing new locks to see if they will keep inmates inside their cells.
"We're going to get our worst offenders and put them in there and they're going to be true to their natures," said Col. Mark Adger, chief at the jail. "I've got nine cells and we'll fill all nine with our worst lock-popping offenders and we'll see if they can get out."
It's been troubling for sometime that despite being a jail - a place designed with the explicit purpose of keeping people locked up - Fulton's detention facility has notoriously faulty locks. It's not a threat to the general public because the cells just lead to common areas, but it has posed a threat to other inmates as well as jail staff. And, still, not all the locks have been replaced - the new locks were installed and will be tested in just one zone.
But this experiment ... doesn't give the inmates much credit does it? If any of these guys can compromise the locks, will they really tell the guards? Or will they tell them to shove it because they know how to get out of their cells, knowledge that's probably more valuable than a Cup of Noodles and a stick of deodorant? That seems like the real experiment.
Also Burroughston Broch can't tell when when people are being sarcastic
Hahaha look at me I'm white and I'm being flippant about racism
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