Inefficiency keeps space at a premium in Hawaii prisons
By Rob Perez
Dec. 18, 2011
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A new study found that overcrowding is a serious -- but fixable -- problem in Hawaii prisons. The report said inmates spend much more time in jail than their mainland counterparts. At Oahu Community Correctional Center, adult corrections officers David Moku and Larry Visitacion peer into a holding cell.