Johnson County Sheriff Shares New Plan To Reduce Recidivism Rate

In An Attempt to reduce the recidivism rate Johnson County Sheriff Adam King Has Gotten Creative. Using NO taxpayer money inmates with good behavior and some drivers will have the opportunity to get a GED. Further, utilizing several acres of fenced county property and a few odd and end small plots around the jail facility inmates will begin growing onions, Radishes, turnips, squash, beans, black-eyed peas, watermelons, and cantaloupe as well as beekeeping. all will be served to inmates and any extras will be given to charities. Programs like this have definitely been shown to lower the return rate.