This undated handout photo provided by Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Sean B. Hosman. Hosman’s company has sold risk and needs assessment tools to governments from Florida to California. A repeat offender himself after battling addiction problems, Hosman has undergone such assessments. He said he has been clean since July 2012, and believes the tools can help reduce prison overcrowding.
This undated handout photo provided by Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Sean B. Hosman. Hosman’s company has sold risk and needs assessment tools to governments from Florida to California. A repeat offender himself after battling addiction problems, Hosman has undergone such assessments. He said he has been clean since July 2012, and believes the tools can help reduce prison overcrowding. SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AP PHOTO
This undated handout photo provided by Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Sean B. Hosman. Hosman’s company has sold risk and needs assessment tools to governments from Florida to California. A repeat offender himself after battling addiction problems, Hosman has undergone such assessments. He said he has been clean since July 2012, and believes the tools can help reduce prison overcrowding. SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AP PHOTO

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