COLUMBUS, Ohio — Corrections officials tend to be including more shaver line to walls and replacing home locks on prison where Chardon school shooter T.J. Lane as well as 2 other people escaped a week ago, circumstances lawmaker stated Tuesday.
The techniques tend to be temporary actions being taken on Allen Oakwood Correctional organization in Lima in reaction to the escape, in accordance with state Sen. John Eklund, a Geauga County Republican whom chairs the Senate Criminal Justice Committee.
Eklund, who was simply briefed from the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction's measures last Friday, said he had beenn't certain perhaps the modifications were standard process after an escape or if these people were supposed to address a specific protection issue.
DRC spokeswoman JoEllen Smith confirmed in a contact that additional safety actions have-been implemented at Allen Oakwood, but she stated that she could not supply details for security explanations.
The prison's Oakwood product, in which the three inmates were held in defensive custody, "will continue to function with managed and escorted motion, " Smith typed.
Eklund along with other condition lawmakers said Tuesday they don't really intend to take any legislative action in reaction to the prison escape until they understand link between three individual investigations presently looking into the incident.