Daily Archives: September 20, 2013

Vance AFB contractor gets $71.1 million contract modification

[Translate] September 19, 2013 Vance AFB contractor gets $71.1 million contract modification Staff reports Enid News and Eagle ENID, Okla. — Earlier this week the Pentagon issued a contract modification worth $71.1 million to the lead civilian contractor at Vance … Continue reading

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This Is How Private Prison Companies Make Millions Even When Crime Rates Fall

[Translate] This Is How Private Prison Companies Make Millions Even When Crime Rates Fall —By Andy Kroll Thu Sep. 19, 2013 10:43 AM PDT CCA.com We are living in boom times for the private prison industry. The Corrections Corporation of … Continue reading

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Note: Criminal Liability of Civilian Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan

[Translate] Stanford Journal of International Law Summer, 2013 49 Stan. J Int’l L. 491 Note: Criminal Liability of Civilian Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan Ingrid L. Price* BIO: * J.D., Stanford Law School, 2013. I am grateful to Janet Alexander … Continue reading

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Due Process by Proxy: United States v. Brehm and the Problem of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction over Foreign Nationals*

[Translate] North Carolina Law Review May, 2013 91 N.C.L. Rev. 1463 RECENT DEVELOPMENT: Due Process by Proxy: United States v. Brehm and the Problem of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction over Foreign Nationals* * © 2013 Edward F. Roche. NAME: Edward F. Roche** … Continue reading

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Choice, Voice and Exit in the Consumption of Private Security: Implications for Industry Self-Regulation

[Translate] Choice, Voice and Exit in the Consumption of Private Security: Implications for Industry Self-Regulation Professor Elke Krahmann Department of Politics and History School of Social Sciences Brunel University, London Uxbridge, UB8 3PH United Kingdom elke.krahmann@brunel.ac.uk Currently: krahmann@hsfk.de  

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The Whistleblower: AN INTERVIEW WITH KATHRYN BOLKOVAC AND MADELEINE REES

[Translate] International Feminist Journal of Politics Volume 15, Issue 1, 2013   The Whistleblower AN INTERVIEW WITH KATHRYN BOLKOVAC AND MADELEINE REES  

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G4S and Serco fail to report on Australia’s asylum centre conditions

[Translate] G4S and Serco fail to report on Australia’s asylum centre conditions Freedom of information requests reveal that key reports from companies that run detention centres do not exist Paul Farrell and Oliver Laughland theguardian.com, Monday 16 September 2013 16.34 … Continue reading

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G4S to bid for probation contracts despite ongoing inquiry

[Translate] Thursday 19 September 2013 G4S to bid for probation contracts despite ongoing inquiry Simon Israel Home Affairs Correspondent Channel 4 News has learned that G4S is among 30 large organisations which have expressed interest in bidding for £450m worth … Continue reading

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