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Published: 12 Apr 2012 05:24PM (Singapore)
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Insight into Rehabilitation within Prison Walls
Home Team Volunteers got a chance to visit Changi Prison Complex’s Cluster A, where they visited several facilities including a prison cell and industrial workshops.
 
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