In a jail setting where tempers can flare and tensions run high, religious services often soothe hostilities.
“I think it has a tremendous impact on the cooperation
between inmates, on the attitudes of inmates, on helping, if you will,
the tension that may be in a cell,” Warren County Jailer Jackie Strode
said about the variety of religious services offered at the jail five
days a week.
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