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'They're a lot like us': Program pairs inmates, wild horses
by Rich Pedroncelli
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23 November 2016
On 23 November 2016 The Associated Press reported:
Jail inmates and wild horses are helping each other learn to adapt through a California program aimed at preparing both for society. Inmates at Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in rural Elk Grove spend 40 hours a week training mustangs that federal land managers gather from overpopulated areas in 10 Western states. The training program south of Sacramento is one of six nationwide, with the others at the federal level. Sacramento County officials say theirs is the first within a local correctional facility.
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About 15 percent of inmates who participate in similar programs at federal prisons commit new crimes, far below the national recidivism rate in which about two-thirds of convicts are soon back behind bars, officials said.
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