For Profit Prisons
A report saying private detention will continue was approved, but with a huge caveat.
They confiscated eight times more contraband cell phones and had a higher rate of assaults than comparable Bureau of Prisons institutions.
When I review Obama's presidency, with the major exception of his stance on LGBTQ issues and his endorsement of same-sex marriages, I don't find that he has stood up for the weak and vulnerable.
No one should be allowed to profit from putting more people behind bars -- whether they're inmates in jail or immigrants held in detention centers. In fact, I believe that private prisons shouldn't be allowed to exist at all, which is why I've introduced legislation to eliminate them.
Even with the best will in the world, most individual and institutional investors likely own positions in companies whose business practices undermine their philanthropic or personal values, simply because of the way these funds are put together.
When Alejandro Menocal got locked up in an immigrant detention center in Aurora, Colorado, last year, he volunteered to work
Securus and ABRY did not immediately respond to requests for comment. JPay declined to comment. As uncomfortable as that
Negative account balances discourage cash-strapped people from helping relatives, says Linda Dolan, 58, a manager for a defense
High recidivism rates mean more people behind bars, and Corrections Corporation of America depends on more and more incarceration to make its billions. Since when do they actually want people to do well after they get out, instead of being sucked back into the system?
A question that begs answering is, "Are private prisons afraid of transparency?" I'd say the response by private prison companies