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Friday, May 26, 2017

So where does the medication go?

One of our very credible correction officers just sent this to us.  Maybe Sheriff Franklin or her medical staff can explain why inmates are not authorized to take their medications home with them when the leave.  Is it destroyed under some kind of two person verification process?  The same goes for the drugs that was recently turned in during the turn in your old drugs campaign.  What happens to the drugs?



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  1. So you believe the sheriff's office should be forced provide medication AFTER they get out of jail?
    Might want to throttle back on the stupid, for a bit.

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  2. It's like this stupid. If the medication is prescribed for a certain inmate they can either let them take the medication with them when they are released (it's already bought and paid for for that inmate) so there is no question as to where the medication goes or destroy the medication if it doesn't go with the inmate. It has to be one or the other the question is is it destroyed? Throttle on that a while and let me know.

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    1. Ah yes, name-calling, the calling card of the weak mind. "Bought and paid for" by whom? It would certainly seem a foolish expenditure to be providing inmates with medication after they get out of jail. Surely you don't think inmates get their own little pill bottle, you couldn't possibly be that misinformed.

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  3. I can't believe you folks are having such an idiotic argument. It's just like a hospital, when you are released from the hospital they certainly don't give you meds to take home. You have to go to the pharmacy and get your own.

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  4. If you have a certain allotment filled and paid for by ANYONE...it allows the inmate some time to get to an official outside doctor that might help them. Instead of them getting chemically imbalanced and ending back into jail. If most of you are aware of the crisis going on with mental health, then you would make additional attempts to help them. That's throttling stupid back...

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  5. "Certain allotment filled and paid for"...surely you're not this ignorant. Once again, does the hospital give you medication to take home? No, they give you each dose as needed, WHILE YOU'RE IN THE HOSPITAL, just like the jail. If you want to know about medications, you probably need to ask the medical group that is contracted by the jail... You know, the folks that actually handle the meds.

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    1. No I'm not ignorant Ana clown and your comparing a jail to a hospital, I think that teeters a bit on the ignorant side. If there is a function in the jail, medical group or not the Sheriff is responsible and accountable.

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  6. Hey y'all, just in case you haven't figured it out, Glenda is trying to imply that the sheriff is keeping inmates medications to sell them. Just another fantastical scheme from the warped mind of a sad, bitter, old woman.

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  7. The question is defenders of Ana who get so defensive on here and jump to conclusions, is what happens to the medication after the inmate leaves the jail. I don't think the blog nor you defenders can answer that question, and to the person who compared the operation of a hospital to a jail? Really? Come on you had just gotten up and didn't mean to do that,right? LOL!

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    1. Let me see, when you're in a hospital, you get doses of medication, as needed. When you are discharged, YOU have to get your own meds. When you're in jail, you get doses of medication, as needed. When you get released YOU have to get your own meds.
      Yeah, totally different.

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    2. The difference is one is a hospital equipped and sole purpose is to care for the sick. The second is a jail. The question is what happens to the meds that are prescribed to the prisoners once they are released? I know hospitals have a protocol for this but we aren't discussing a hospital we are discussing a jail. So there is a difference DUH!

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  8. I, for one, have never defended this sheriff, I only post to point out the obvious lies, deception, and slander. You know, to be transparent.

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  9. Maybe you ought to ask the private company, that is contracted to take care of all medical issues in the jail. You know, the folks that actually handle all the medications.

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