"Because when we first met him a year ago, presque isle number ten. Was enemy number three nine one. One seven five serving a four year sentence for felony check fraud at Cheshire Correctional Institution a maximum security prison in central Connecticut that houses about thirteen hundred prisoners warden Scott has spent thirty years working in the state prison system. He told us Cheshire corrections officers, whereas firm and unyielding as the century old prison walls, when you think about contries old school corrections old school mentality. That is Cheshire would get you here to Cheshire. We have everybody from. Short-term to everything all the way up to an including serial killer. There are some some bad people here. The warden told us prisoners can be locked up twenty two hours a day with just an hour of recreation in the morning and afternoon. So when former governor Daniel Malloy asked him to build a program modeled on the prisons he'd toward in Germany, which are much more relaxed focused on counseling and personal growth. Perfect told us he was dumbfounded. Did you think? It was crazy. I thought it was a little bit crazy. These individuals are going to be getting out, and they don't go to a special community just for offenders. They're all around us. And would you rather have a better product coming out? Or would you rather have a worst product coming out and living next to you? So warden Urfi got to work. He closed down a solitary confinement win and opened up a sanctuary for self improvement for about fifty young"