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Born in 1957, Regina worked as an executive assistant for the state of Maryland, Federal Express, Cornell Corrections and CIBT. Over the years, she made many close friends across the country. All who knew Regina, especially her family, loved and enjoyed their time spent with her. She was a wonderful ...
“The GEO Group is a bed of snakes,” said Berl Goff, who worked as a shift supervisor at the Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility in Mississippi, which GEO inherited after it purchased Cornell Corrections in 2010 for $685 million. “The lack of appropriate medical care and the indifference of the medical ...

Diaz and others in the late 1990s lobbied against Cornell Corrections, a now-defunct private prison company, which wanted to open an immigrant-only private prison in Santa Fe County. In 2000, the Santa Fe County Commission, whose members included Javier Gonzales, who is now mayor of Santa Fe, ...
Prior to this he worked in a variety of Correctional Superintendent and Warden positions for GEO Group, Inc. (Cornell Corrections). From 1986 to 2007 he was Warden of U.S. Bureau of Prison federal facilities in Georgia, New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Commissioner William Wrenn said, "He ...
Those companies included: Cornell Corrections, The GEO Group, Management and Training Corporation, Centric Group, Keefe Commissary Network, Adminpros, Wexford Health Services, Brantry Group and Branan Medical. Epps, 53 started his career with the Department of Corrections in 1982 as a ...
In 2000, after private operator Cornell Corrections took over management of the jail, Gonzales voted in favor of allowing Cornell to generate more revenue by using it to lock up undocumented immigrants convicted of nonviolent crimes. Gonzales was friends with the company's former top executive at the ...

According to the ACLU report, heightened immigration enforcement following the 2001 terrorist attacks were largely responsible for resurrecting the private prison boom, as was predicted by Steve Logan, CEO of Cornell Corrections which has since been acquired by the GEO Group, the 2nd largest private ...
On a conference call with investors less than two months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Wall Street executive Steve Logan predicted a new era of unbridled growth for his industry: the for-profit prison business. “It is clear that since Sept. 11, there's a heightened focus on detention, both on the borders ...
That work and subsequent assignments in Massachusetts and in the Rhode Island corrections system attracted the attention of a startup private prison company, Cornell Corrections Corp., which hired Ponte in 1992. He eventually became its head of East Coast operations. “We wanted to make our first ...
That work and subsequent assignments in Massachusetts and in the Rhode Island corrections system attracted the attention of a startup private prison company, Cornell Corrections Corp., which hired Ponte in 1992. He eventually became its head of East Coast operations. “We wanted to make our first ...
Arizona's controversial immigration-enforcement law has received a lot of attention from critics who say it encourages racial profiling, and supporters who argue it is a bold step at stopping illegal immigration. But the story of how the law was written involves more economics than politics.
Cornell Corrections of Rhode Island, one of the defendants, which ran the center at the time covered by the suit, denied any wrongdoing in its answer. In the case of Hiu Lui Ng, who was the subject of an article last week in The New York Times, lawyers and relatives said that when he was racked with pain ...
“The GEO Group is a bed of snakes,” said Berl Goff, who worked as a shift supervisor at the Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility in Mississippi, which GEO inherited after it purchased Cornell Corrections in 2010 for $685 million. “The lack of appropriate medical care and the indifference of the medical ...
... Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility in Mississippi, which GEO inherited after it purchased Cornell Corrections in 2010 for $685 million.
Diaz and others in the late 1990s lobbied against Cornell Corrections, a now-defunct private prison company, which wanted to open an ...
Prior to this he worked in a variety of Correctional Superintendent and Warden positions for GEO Group, Inc. (Cornell Corrections). From 1986 ...
... hours of unused vacation time he accumulated during his first stint as warden before his firing in 2007 by Cornell Corrections of Rhode Island ...

A multi-year investigation by state and federal authorities has revealed an alleged bribery scheme that cost the state of Mississippi thousands of ...
In 2000, after private operator Cornell Corrections took over management of the jail, Gonzales voted in favor of allowing Cornell to generate ...
... CEO of Cornell Corrections which has since been acquired by the GEO Group, the 2nd largest private prison operator. On a conference call ...
On a conference call with investors less than two months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Wall Street executive Steve Logan predicted a new ...
“We wanted to make our first project our showplace,” said Norman Cox, who worked at Cornell Corrections and now handles re-entry programs ...
Arizona's controversial immigration-enforcement law has received a lot of attention from critics who say it encourages racial profiling, and supporters who argue it is a bold step at stopping illegal immigration. But the story of how the law was written involves more economics than politics.
... Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility in Mississippi, which GEO inherited after it purchased Cornell Corrections in 2010 for $685 million.
The Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility in Mississippi, which the GEO Group inherited after it purchased Cornell Corrections in 2010 for ...
Levitra professional overnight delivery Cornell Corrections but goraczkowo dysfunction. May finding erectile I and other a reported funds This ...
Diaz and others in the late 1990s lobbied against Cornell Corrections, a now-defunct private prison company, which wanted to open an ...
... personnel in Baker consisted of resident, paid-call firefighters and an inmate fire crew from the local prison operated by Cornell Corrections.
Prior to this he worked in a variety of Correctional Superintendent and Warden positions for GEO Group, Inc. (Cornell Corrections). From 1986 ...
... hours of unused vacation time he accumulated during his first stint as warden before his firing in 2007 by Cornell Corrections of Rhode Island ...
A multi-year investigation by state and federal authorities has revealed an alleged bribery scheme that cost the state of Mississippi thousands of ...
Those companies included: Cornell Corrections, The GEO Group, Management and Training Corporation, Centric Group, Keefe Commissary ...
In 2000, after private operator Cornell Corrections took over management of the jail, Gonzales voted in favor of allowing Cornell to generate ...
... CEO of Cornell Corrections which has since been acquired by the GEO Group, the 2nd largest private prison operator. On a conference call ...
... for resurrecting the private prison boom, as was predicted by Steve Logan, CEO of Cornell Corrections which has since been acquired by the ...
On a conference call with investors less than two months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Wall Street executive Steve Logan predicted a new ...
“We wanted to make our first project our showplace,” said Norman Cox, who worked at Cornell Corrections and now handles re-entry programs ...
Arizona's controversial immigration-enforcement law has received a lot of attention from critics who say it encourages racial profiling, and ...
Diaz and others in the late 1990s lobbied against Cornell Corrections, a now-defunct private prison company, which wanted to open an immigrant-only private prison in Santa Fe County.
Prior to that, firefighter personnel in Baker consisted of resident, paid-call firefighters and an inmate fire crew from the local prison operated by Cornell Corrections. "At that time there was no actual fire station. Crews operated out of a house ...
After her retirement from the school system, she taught G.E.D. classes at Cornell Corrections for 11 years. She was a member of Alpha Delta Kappa.
Prior to this he worked in a variety of Correctional Superintendent and Warden positions for GEO Group, Inc. (Cornell Corrections). From 1986 to 2007 he was Warden of U.S. Bureau of Prison federal facilities in Georgia, New York, Pennsylvania, and ...


 

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