By Matt Sledge The Advocate, Baton Rouge, La. NEW ORLEANS — Some Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies are up in arms about a private company that is taking over the administration of off-duty security details, a major source of income for jail guards who have long been poorly paid. The court-appointed administrator for the Sheriff’s Office signed a no-bid contract with a Georgia-based company called U.S. Security Associates on Dec. 15 to privatize the management of the off-duty...


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