Dean David Logan joined Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on Monday morning for a roundtable discussion of bipartisan prison reform legislation.

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Logan on Prison Reform

Dean David Logan joined Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on Monday morning for a roundtable discussion of bipartisan prison reform legislation.

From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "Whitehouse in Providence to discuss prison-reform measure" by W. Zachary Malinowski

Prison reformPROVIDENCE, March 17, 2014 — Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse stopped by Olneyville on Monday morning for a roundtable discussion about his bipartisan legislation about prison reform. [...]

Whitehouse met with community leaders, including Providence Police Chief Hugh Clements, Corrections Director A.T. Wall, David Logan, dean of Roger Williams University School of Law and about two dozen others in the basement of Open Doors, a local agency that helps offenders transition back to society after their release from prison.

“Locking them up and throwing away the key away is not the way to run a (prison) system,” Logan said. [...]

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