May 17, 2017 | By Rose Hoban and Leah Asmelash
Incarceration is not the best option for mentally challenged offenders: they don’t get the help they need and end up behind bars again.
That’s what a study by North Carolina Central University graduate student Krystal Giles found. And Giles should know: she’s also a contracted transporter for involuntary commitment patients for the Wake County Sheriff’s Office.
Giles transports offenders between facilities, for example, from an emergency room to another hospital. She has seen Read More