Arizona Private Prison Report

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AFSC releases report on private prisons in Arizona

February 15, 2012 the American Friends Services Committee’s Arizona office released an extensive report reviewing the safety, quality, and cost of private prisons in Arizona – including six prisons operated by Corrections Corporation of America but not under contract with the state. The report reveals widespread and persistent problems in private facilities around safety, lack of accountability, and cost.

Articles cited in Arizona prison report

Collection of articles cited in Arizona Prison Report.

Rap sheet resources

Rap Sheets on CCA, MTC, and GEO Group, cataloguing recent incidents, scandals, and problems in their facilities in Arizona and across the country.

Rap Sheet Resources

Rap Sheets on CCA, MTC, and GEO Group, cataloguing recent incidents, scandals, and problems in their facilities in Arizona and across the country.

Management and Training Corporation Rap Sheet

An AFSC in Arizona document revealing the exploits of Management and Training Corporation (MTC) in Arizona and elsewhere, compiled from published media accounts.

LaSalle Rap Sheet

An AFSC in Arizona document revealing the exploits of LaSalle/Southwest Corrections, compiled from published media accounts.

GEO Group Rap Sheet

An AFSC in Arizona document revealing the exploits of GEO Group (Formely Wackenhut)  in Arizona and elsewhere, compiled from published media accounts.

Corrections Corportaion of America Rap Sheet

An AFSC in Arizona document revealing the exploits of Corrections Corportaion of America  (CCA) in Arizona and elsewhere, compiled from published media accounts.

Private Prisoner Housing

Materials provided by Hawaiian prisoner advocates detailing some of the issues faced by prisoners sent out of state and their families.

Hawaii Testimonies

Contains testimonies received by the American Friends Service Committee in Arizona for a 2010 public hearing  on private prisons held in Tucson.

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