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Posted by: Brittany Sims on Aug 23, 2013

Four women incarcerated at the J. Alexander Criminal Justice Complex have graduated from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Re-Entry Program, which is designed to reduce recidivism, the Jackson Sun reports. The step-by-step cognitive-behavioral treatment system is designed to alter how offenders think and how they make decisions about what’s right and wrong. Sheriff David Woolfork along with Madison County Mayor Jimmy Harris, City Court Judge Blake Anderson and Circuit Court Judge Nathan Pride were at the graduation to show their support.