Nov. 4.10. Federal prison system

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 The Federal Prison System 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 History of the Federal Bureau of Prisons FBP is a component of the U.S. Department of Justice whose purpose is to incarcerate those convicted of violating federal laws. For over 100 years, the federal government contracted with state prisons to house offenders convicted of violating federal laws. CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 THREE FACTORS LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF 1. INCREASED NUMBERS OF FEDERAL CONVICTS; 2. OVERCROWDING IN STATE PRISONS THAT HOUSED BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL CONVICTS; 3. DISAGREEMENTS OVER THE USE OF INMATE LABOR. CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 THREE PRISONS ACT passed in 1891 federal legislation that authorized the U.S. Department of Justice to establish 3 institutions to house federal inmates....
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