An automated kiosk system that would allow inmates in Miami-Dade County (FL) jails to purchase commissary products and even file complaints has been delayed for more than a year because of software issues, reports the Miami Herald. Some 50 kiosk machines were scheduled to be deployed late last year but now probably won't be in place until early next spring. The kiosk program, designed to speed up commissary purchases, is part of a contract between Miami-Dade Corrections and Aramark ...

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