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National Institute of Corrections A Guide for Correctional ...

prison population are likely related to differences in the management style adopted by each prison administrator. Again, no studies have substantiated this observation,

Making A Killing

Making a KillingMaking a Killing: Making a KillingMaking a Killing : : : How Prison Corporations Are Profiting From Campaign Contributions and

Prison Suicide: An Overview and Guide to Prevention

U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections Prison Suicide: An Overview and Guide to Prevention


gaming the system: how the political strategies of private prison companies promote ineffective incarceration policies justice policy institute | june 2011

Who's Really in Prison for Marijuana?

Drug legalizers want you to believe a lie— that our prisons smokers. In fact, the vast majority of drug prisoners are violent criminals, offenders, traffickers, or all of the above.

Emerging Issues on Privatized Prisons

Securing and humanely housing such a large population has placed an enormous burden on prison administrators as well as the federal, state, ...

Gangs and Prison Misconduct

Federal Bureau of Prisons 2001 report on the influence of prison gang affiliation on violence and other prison misconduct. Statistical analysis with tables and charts.

BOP: Publications - Federal Prisons Journal Summer 1990

Prison programs for self-development can help some offenders. However, to expect such programs to do so invariably is unrealistic. Prisons primarily house offenders who are products of failed experiences with every other institution of society.

Prison Count 2010

Issue BrIef In this Brief: revIsed AprIl 2010 Prison Count 2010 State Population Declines for the First Time in 38 Years In this Brief: p. 2 state Trends vary Widely p. 3 What Is driving the decline? p. 5 federal Growth Continues p. 5 Will the decline Continue? for the first time in nearly 40 ...