Developments in Criminal Justice and Corrections

Policy Brief

Developments in Criminal Justice and Corrections

Criminal Justice and Corrections Chapter of Annual Privatization Report 2014

This section of Reason Foundation’s Annual Privatization Report 2014 provides a comprehensive overview of the latest on criminal justice reform, public-private partnerships in corrections, correctional healthcare privatization and more. Subsections include:

A. 2013-14 Corrections Privatization Overview

B. Federal Criminal Justice Reform Update

C. State Corrections Privatization Update

D. FOCUS: Correctional Healthcare Privatization in the States

E. State and Local Correctional Healthcare Privatization Update

F. ANALYSIS: California’s Ongoing Struggle to Reduce Its State Prison Population

G. ANALYSIS: Reforming Louisiana’s Determinate Sentencing Laws

H. ANALYSIS: Criminal Justice Reforms Prompt Evolution in Private Sector Rehabilitation Offerings

I. ANALYSIS: Philosophical Objections to Private Prisons

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Lauren Krisai

Lauren Krisai is director of criminal justice reform research at Reason Foundation.

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.