TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Barry Kolar on Oct 17, 2014

Shelby County Juvenile Court officials hope to upgrade detention facilities to stop flooding and security problems that are occurring when detainees damage overhead fire sprinklers. The current system pours down water and unlocks cell doors when a sprinkler head is damaged. “When this happens, it drops water in offices and in hallways, doing damage to the ceilings and computers and desks and that sort of thing,” Juvenile Court Judge Dan Michael told the Commercial Appeal.