Cooking In Jail
They already work in the kitchen for hours each day, preparing meals. So, Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell wants them to be able to use those skills.
Darnell says she hopes to start a culinary program at the jail, in which inmates would learn cooking skills. She says the ultimate goal is to provide the inmates with skills they can use to find a job when they get out of jail.
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