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The riot that led to the escape of 113 inmates in the Class IIA penitentiary in Banda Aceh showed that overcapacity was not the only penitentiary problem that should be resolved. Another major task is to improve the quantity and quality of prison security guards.

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Police officers arrest prisoners who escaped from the Class II A correctional institution in Reuloh, Ingin Jaya district, Aceh Besar, on Friday (30/11/2018). Police have rearrested 30 of the 113 jailbreakers, who got out by damaging windows of the prison.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS — The riot that led to the escape of 113 inmates in the Class IIA penitentiary in Banda Aceh showed that overcapacity was not the only penitentiary problem that should be resolved. Another major task is to improve the quantity and quality of prison security guards.

Of the 113 inmates that escaped from Banda Aceh’s Class IIA penitentiary by breaking through iron windows and fences, 30 had been recaptured as of Friday (30/11/2018) evening. In order to arrest the remaining 83, the police will include them on its most-wanted list (DPO).

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