Franklin County deputies are training for new inmate management model.

One of the general population pods at the new Franklin County Corrections Center on Fisher Road. The new jail will operate under a  direct supervision model, with deputies stationed inside areas that house inmates.

Michael Firth and Derek Koch were a couple of hours into their first shift in a new wide-open inmate dorm area at the Franklin County Corrections Center on Jackson Pike.

The two county sheriff’s deputies have been working in corrections locally for years and have spent ample time making the rounds at the county’s main jail Downtown, keeping close tabs on hundreds of inmates. The aging lockup isn’t set up for lengthy interactions between deputies and the people who have been convicted of crimes and are serving jail sentences.

The setup is about to change, with a new $360 million jail set to open next year on Fisher Road west of Downtown. And Firth and Koch are in the early days of a month-long stint in one of three new inmate pods at the Jackson Pike jail, created to help train deputies and prepare inmates for the new approach the county is adopting for inmate management.

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