Session 215: SP7 -> Government Policy Shaping Prisons
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-California W
Session Chair: Christina DeJong, Michigan State University
Quality of Prison Operations in the Federal Sector: A Comparison With a Private Prison
by: Scott D. Camp, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Gerald G. Gaes, Federal Bureau of Prisons
William G. Saylor, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Capitalism in Corrections: Problems With Privatization, Prison Labor, and Racial Disproportionality
by: Justin Galt, University of California - Riverside (Corresponding)
To Privatize or Not: Issues That Concern the Public and Private and Private Sector When Privatizing Segments of a Correctional Facility
by: Jody Klein-Saffran, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Susan Wallace, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Unintended Effects of Legislation in Adult Corrections
by: Peter M. Carlson, Christopher Newport University (Corresponding)
Mark S. Fleisher, Illinois State University

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