Developments in Criminal Justice and Corrections

Policy Study

Developments in Criminal Justice and Corrections

Annual Privatization Report 2013 examines criminal justice and corrections trends

The Criminal Justice and Corrections section of Reason Foundation’s Annual Privatization Report 2013 provides an overview of the latest on privatization and public-private partnerships in criminal justice and corrections. Subsections include:

A. 2012 Corrections Privatization Overview

B. State and International Corrections Privatization Update

C. State and Local Correctional Healthcare Privatization Update

D. ANALYSIS: Recent Developments in the Federal Civil-Rights Liability of Federal Private Prisons

E. FOCUS: The Emergence of Social Impact Bonds: Paying for Success in Social Service Innovation

F. FOCUS: Colorado, Washington State Vote to Tax and Regulate Recreational Marijuana for Adults

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Leonard Gilroy is Senior Managing Director of the Pension Integrity Project at Reason Foundation, a nonprofit think tank advancing free minds and free markets. The Pension Integrity Project assists policymakers and other stakeholders in designing, analyzing and implementing public sector pension reforms.

Alexander "Sasha" Volokh is an associate professor of law at Emory Law School. He joined the Emory Law faculty in Fall 2009.