Forgiveness and regeneration

Corrections official John Clague in conversation with News Editor Kim Shippey

FOR MANY YEARS, John Clague of Eugene, Oregon, has handled correctional work in a local corrections system. His experience in several managerial positions has given him a broad perspective on the criminal justice system and what it means for our society today. He is now chief deputy for the Sheriff's office.

"I first took an interest in prison work when I was in college, majoring in sociology and anthropology," Mr. Clague told us. "I volunteered to work with the prisoners at a nearby state penitentiary who were 'doing life' for the crimes they had committed.

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