Dallas convicts no longer shred confidential data | wfaa.com Dallas - Fort
DALLAS — Dallas County's little-known community service program which lets
convicted criminals sort and then shred confidential documents and personal
information has come to an end after News 8 questioned the practice.
For more than a decade, parolees and probationers had been working off
community service hours by destroying thousands of sensitive documents —
including psychiatric exams of juveniles, copies of Social Security cards,
birth certificates, court records, drug tests, and even medical records.
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