Opening doors to better segregation


The Prisons Department began segregating prisoners in 2010 but, say experts, more can be done for better security and rehabilitation programmes.

THERE are about 39,000 inmates in Malaysian prisons currently, and they can be better segregated. So says criminologist Prof Dr P. Sundramoorthy of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).

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