Prisons in Norway -- Waldorf jails?
"Halden's greatest asset, though, may be the strong relationship between staff and inmates. Prison guards don't carry guns that creates unnecessary intimidation and social distance and they routinely eat meals and play sports with the inmates. "Many of the prisoners come from bad homes, so we wanted to create a sense of family," says architect Per Hojgaard Nielsen. Half the guards are women Hoidal believes this decreases aggression and prisoners receive questionnaires asking how their experience in prison can be improved.
(Tell the Sugar Cherubs this is a Waldorf jail.)