corrections corporation of america
The bill would make it easier for private prison corporations to help the federal government lock up migrant families.
From what we know about the plan, when Trump says "rebuild," he really means "privatize."
Saturday, November 12th, a New York Times editorial bemoaned the steady decline in school funding across America. They claim
Last week was a turning point. The U.S. Department of Justice's (DOJ) announcement that it will wind down its use of private prisons is a major step in the struggle to end for-profit incarceration in America.
Why are asylum seekers being held in detention for months or years while they wait for the resolution of their case?
Private prison companies are roadblocks to meaningful criminal justice reform. Every taxpayer dollar that goes to their profits is a dollar not spent on improving conditions in jails and prisons or investing in alternatives to incarceration.
Despite the bizarre politics on display in Cleveland, sometimes knowing where someone stands on an issue is pretty straightforward. We can be sure about this: The private prison industry doesn't share our goal of ending mass incarceration.
The Corrections Corporation of America is Blocking Immigrants from Seeing Their Lawyers at a Georgia Detention Center
It's past time for the government to hold its contractor accountable for its failure to comply with core principles of justice
Her campaign says she wants to "end the era of mass incarceration."
Arrested, cuffed and booked, I was close enough to share the same breath as the lower depths of modern day America. Child molesters. Rapists. Murderers. Nazis. Gangbangers. Drug dealers. Thieves. Recidivists. Taxpayers. Voters. Citizens. People who were just like you and me.