The Orange County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 18 unanimously agreed to extend for three years a dog-training program that focuses on inmate rehabilitation.
The program—operated by Cell Dogs, Inc.—has been conducted for about a year at the Theo Lacy Facility, a county jail in Orange. It was first started at the James A. Musick facility in Irvine but was shut down due to the pandemic.
Inmates train dogs at the James A. Musick facility in Irvine, Calif. (Courtesy of Cell Dogs, Inc.)
Sgt. Todd Hylton, a spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, told The Epoch Times that the program has been a huge success….
Source: The Epoch Times