Phasing Out Our Use of Private Prisons | OPA | Department of Justice

Phasing Out Our Use of Private Prisons | OPA | Department of Justice
https://www.justice.gov/opa/blog/phasing-out-our-use-private-prisons

- extrait The federal prison population increased by almost 800 percent between 1980 and 2013, often at a far faster rate than the Bureau of Prisons could accommodate in their own facilities. In an effort to manage the rising prison population, about a decade ago, the bureau began contracting with privately operated correctional institutions to confine some federal inmates. By 2013, as both the federal prison population and the proportion of federal prisoners in private facilities reached their peak, the bureau was housing approximately 15 percent of its population, or nearly 30,000 inmates, in privately operated prisons. - Origine(s) source(s) voir lien(s) ci-dessus. - Articles & commentaires restent sous la totale responsabilité de leurs auteurs respectifs. - http://wp.me/p3aME7-h3V - https://youtu.be/GoW8Tf7hTGA - http://wp.me/p62nwL-4kt -