The staff at Charlotte County’s jail wants to prevent a revolving door.
The Charlotte Sun reports that a recent daily count shows out of 686 inmates there, 457 of them have shown up there at least or twice before.
The jail offers faith-based, religious, and nonreligious support programs to try to lower this 67 percent.
Some other programs include alcohol and substance abuse management, anger management, and batterers intervention.
Lt. Jessica Long says inmate programs need more volunteers, especially the substance abuse program.
Anyone interested in volunteering can apply through the sheriff’s office website.