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    Correctional Facility Security Levels

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    Please explain the difference between secure and non secure facilities giving examples of each and the level of violation or criminal charge that would require secure or non secure sanctions. Is the trend toward secure or non-secure? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

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    A non secure facility is usually a correctional facility that has very minimal security in place. And honor ranch is an example of a non secure facility. These facilities will have minimal fencing, and in some cases, no fencing and all. Most of the inmates or juvenile detainees that are housed in these facilities have sentences of five years or less, and in ...

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    This solution explains the difference between secure and non secure facilities giving examples of each and the level of violation or criminal charge that would require secure or non secure sanctions.

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