Canyon County finally finished some of the jail tent facility’s security improvements. Improvements included the installation of an expanded metal lid over the kitchen area, a secure exterior door leading from the kitchen outdoors, a lid over the recreation yard, and a 10-foot perimeter buffer fence with concertina wire that encloses most of the tent jail.
Canyon County finally finished some of the jail tent facility’s security improvements. Improvements included the installation of an expanded metal lid over the kitchen area, a secure exterior door leading from the kitchen outdoors, a lid over the recreation yard, and a 10-foot perimeter buffer fence with concertina wire that encloses most of the tent jail. Provided by Canyon County
Canyon County finally finished some of the jail tent facility’s security improvements. Improvements included the installation of an expanded metal lid over the kitchen area, a secure exterior door leading from the kitchen outdoors, a lid over the recreation yard, and a 10-foot perimeter buffer fence with concertina wire that encloses most of the tent jail. Provided by Canyon County

Canyon County completes security improvements to formerly escape-prone 'tent jail'

August 30, 2017 02:58 PM

UPDATED August 30, 2017 03:47 PM

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