Fla. sheriff changes the way prisoners are transported
Shooting death of So. Florida deputy raises questions about officer safety during prisoner transport
By Brian Haas and Paula McMahon
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Related: Fla. shooting puts spotlight on inmate tranport policy
Prison inmate fatally shoots corrections officer
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. — The Broward Sheriff's Office on Thursday changed the way it transports prisoners after an inmate was accused of overpowering and killing a detention deputy.
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