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NCJ Number: 119944 Find in a Library
Title: Private Corrections: Meeting New Challenges Through Innovation
Journal: Corrections Today  Volume:51  Issue:6  Dated:(October 1989)  Pages:114-116
Author(s): L Brown
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 3
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article explores the challenges for private sector delivery of correctional services.
Abstract: Private sector companies delivering correctional services must find ways to charge offenders for their rehabilitation. Additionally, private sector corrections must find economical ways to deliver their services. Good management practices and innovation must be encouraged. Ways must be found for State-supported corrections efforts and private enterprise to work together to improve the effectiveness of the corrections profession.
Main Term(s): Privatization in corrections
Index Term(s): Private sector-government cooperation
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