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Trusties

Prison inmates who through their good conduct earn a certain measure of freedom in and around the prison in exchange for assuming certain responsibilities.

A prison trusty might, for example, be charged with the responsibility of maintaining order among fellow inmates.

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The committee raised reservation on the representation of the Employee's in the investment committee and Board of Trusties and recommended that the Employee's/Employers should be given 50% representation on the Board of Trusties and Investment Committee in order to utilize the funds in transparent and in befitting manner.
The trusties were a violent group, and they won privileges by turning this violence upon their fellow inmates.
A source at Al Sabah told NINA that "more than 60 employees arranged a sit-in today demanding the dissolving of the board of trusties and holding elections for a new one.
Trusties at the Lancaster sheriff's station work 12-hour shiftssweeping, mopping, vacuuming, shredding paper, emptying trash, gardening and washing patrol cars.
Myers was chosen by the director of the program and board of trusties for his excellence in art, communication, leadership, graphic design, technological innovation, service and freedom of expression.
The trust was founded by late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1974 with the financial support of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and nominated Nusrat Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto and Mir Murtaza Bhutto as its trusties.