Prison reform

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Prison reform consists of proposals to reduce the expense and injustices caused by what has been criticized as the "Prison-Industrial Complex" by former federal Bureau of Prisons employee Jack Donson.[1]

The United States imprisons far more people per capita, with far longer sentences, than any other country in the world, including communist nations. The direct costs are a staggering $8.7 billion annually merely for federal prisoners, plus a far higher cost for state and local prisoners and an indirect social cost of probably trillions.

References

  1. http://www.forbes.com/sites/walterpavlo/2015/09/08/prison-reform-is-all-the-rage-but-a-real-opportunity-for-change-might-be-missed/