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Prisons and Jails Criminal Justice
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Prisons and Jails “A private prison is defined as a correctional institute operated by a private firm on behalf of a local or state government” (Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2009). One advantage for privatization of prisons is private companies offer correctional facility designs are efficient to operate and are based on cost-benefit considerations.
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Privatization Prison System would allow both parties to share in the responsibilities of running the prison. The partial privatization would also allow the government to keep a watchful eye on legal issues that could be possible harmful to the government.
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Judicial System The American Judicial System has multiple types of facilities to house those
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Unformatted text preview: convicted. Those facilities are known as federal prisons, state prisons, privately run prisons, and county jails. Recommendations The recommendations to remedy the conflict of the mentally ill in our prisons today would be to develop and implement a national standard for the detection for those with mental illness. The recommendations to remedy the conflict of homosexuality in prison will be to establish zero tolerance for this type of behavior. Matching cell mates better or just have single cells for inmates. References Schmalleger, F.(2009). Criminal justice today (10th ed). Upper Saddle River, N.J. Pearson-Prentice Hall...
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