Private correctional management: A comparison of enabling legislation

Blakely, Curtis R.; Bumphus, Vic W.
June 1996
Federal Probation;Jun96, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p49
Focuses on private correctional management as an alternative to prison overcrowding. Privatization-enabling legislation; Symbiotic relationship between the government and the private, for profit, correctional industries; Contractor qualifications; Treatment services; Operational services; Limits of authority; Development of uniform state legislation.


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