Arizona Private Prison Report

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BOP Private Performance Survey

A 2001 report by the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) on the growth and quality of private prisons.

Banking on Bondage

A 2011 report by the ACLU on the impact of the private prison industry on the problem of mass incarceration in America.

Arizona DOC FY 2010 Cost Comparison Report

ADC’s cost comparison study of the state’s public and private prisons for fiscal year 2010.

Arizona DOC FY 2009 Cost Comparison Report

ADC’s cost comparison study of the state’s public and private prisons for fiscal year 2009.

State of Arizona resources

Supporting materials for the Private Prisons: the Public's Problem by and about the State of Arizona.

Private prisons: The public's problem, supporting materials

To support our claims and aid future research, AFSC is making as much of the supporting documentation for "Private prisons: The public's problem" available for download.

Private prisons: The public's problem

Arizona has enthusiastically embraced prison privatization, with 13 percent of the state prison population housed in private facilities. This report looks at the performance and cost of private prisons.

California Inspector General Report

An inspection report by the California Inspector General of out-of-state facilities housing California prisoners, including facilities in Arizona.

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