Category Archives: Outsourcing/Privatization

Private prisons are poised for a comeback under Trump. Here’s how to reform them

[Translate] Private prisons are poised for a comeback under Trump. Here’s how to reform them. Updated by Lauren-Brooke Eisen Jan 13, 2017, 9:50am EST A detention center in Lumpkin, Ga., operated on contract by Nashville-based CoreCivic, the country’s largest private … Continue reading

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Resurrecting Letters of Marque and Reprisal to Address Modern Threats

[Translate] Resurrecting Letters of Marque and Reprisal to Address Modern Threats

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Trump and Sessions: Great for the Private Prison Industry, Terrible for Civil Rights

[Translate] Carl Takei and Katie Egan: Trump and Sessions: Great for the Private Prison Industry, Terrible for Civil Rights By ACLU – January 9, 2017, 08:30:37 AM Jan. 9, 2017 – Donald Trump’s victory has been nothing but good news … Continue reading

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Keep private industry out of prisoner reform

[Translate] Keep private industry out of prisoner reform: Column Jeremy Mohler Published 8:48 p.m. ET Jan. 4, 2017 | Updated 11:04 a.m. ET Jan. 5, 2017 As for-profit prisons go away, companies transfer money-making schemes to inmates transitioning to outside … Continue reading

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Inside the Deadly Mississippi Riot That Pushed the Justice Department to Rein In Private Prisons

[Translate] Fatal Corrections Inside the Deadly Mississippi Riot That Pushed the Justice Department to Rein In Private Prisons Photo: Janosch Delcker for The Intercept Janosch Delcker December 17 2016, 3:02 p.m. For nearly two decades, the Bureau of Prisons has contracted … Continue reading

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Obama’s DOJ Says It One More Time: Private Prisons Aren’t Working

[Translate] Obama’s DOJ Says It One More Time: Private Prisons Aren’t Working Posted by Seth Freed Wessler December 21, 2016 10:00pm In what may be the Obama administration’s parting shot on private prisons, the Justice Department inspector general found in … Continue reading

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Attorney General Sessions Would Be Good News for Private Prisons

[Translate] Attorney General Sessions Would Be Good News for Private Prisons The facilities are more violent and less humane than their government-run counterparts. Pema Levy  Jan. 9, 2017 6:00 AM Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP When Donald Trump’s victory … Continue reading

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Private Lockups May Prosper Under Trump Due to Predictions of More Deportations

[Translate] Private Lockups May Prosper Under Trump Due to Predictions of More Deportations By Matt Smith | January 2, 2017 RecommendTweetPrint More Photo by U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Keith Alholm Petty Officer Lou Nieves and Petty Officer … Continue reading

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MANAGEMENT OF IMMIGRANTS’ CRISIS ALSO BY INVOLVING THE PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES

[Translate] MANAGEMENT OF IMMIGRANTS’ CRISIS ALSO BY INVOLVING THE PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES

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How German History Explains Its Limited Use of Private Security Companies

[Translate] How German History Explains Its Limited Use of Private Security Companies

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