Week ending May 23, 2014


“Utah lawmakers discuss where to move Draper prison” by Marissa Lang, The Salt Lake Tribune

Utah’s new prison will have to be big, high-tech and convenient, lawmakers said Thursday — not to mention environmentally harmless and publicly accepted.

“The Utah State Prison will move. Where will it go?” by Ben Winslow, Fox13 Utah

The Utah State Prison is moving, but where will go? In a packed meeting at the Utah State Capitol on Thursday, a commission set up to evaluate possible locations. The Prison Relocation Commission (PRC) will give a recommendation to the Utah State Legislature by the 2015 session.

“Prison May Move to ‘Multiple’ Sites” by Brian Mullahy, KUTV 2

The Utah State Prison at the Point of the Mountain is all but certain to move — but where, and to how many communities? In an interview with 2News on Wednesday, Corrections Director Rollin Cook said the prison could shift to more than one location.


Here is a link to the PowerPoint slide show presented to the Prison Relocation Commission on Thursday, May 22, by Executive Director Rollin Cook and deputy directors Mike Haddon and London Stromberg.


“30 Women to Watch” by Heather Stewart, Rachel Madison and Devin Felix, Utah Business magazine

Geri Miller-Fox, director of Adult Probation and Parole, is named one of 30 women to watch in Utah.


“Utah lawmaker: Bring back firing squad executions” by Michelle L. Price, The Associated Press on KTVU.com

In the wake of a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma last month, a Utah lawmaker says he believes a firing squad is a more humane form of execution. And he plans to bring back that option for criminals sentenced to death in his state.

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