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At that time, her husband, Michael Figenshaw, owned stock in the Corrections Corporation of America and Wackenhut Corrections Corporation as part of his retirement account. Now known as CoreCivic and GEO Group, respectively, these are the country's largest prison companies, operating nearly 150 ...
A separate arm called Wackenhut Corrections was formed in 1984 to tap into the growing world of private-prison services; it landed its first federal contract three years later to manage a processing center for federal immigration detainees. In the decade that followed, the company became publicly traded as ...

Allen was originally managed by Wackenhut Corrections Corp, which in 2003 changed its name to the GEO Group. A civil rights law firm, the MacArthur Justice Center, this week sued the warden of the Allen prison for failing to respond to a public-records request for information on inmates held in solitary ...
Including the Liberty County jail, GEO Group has 25 facilities in Texas. Among them is the 3,532-bed federal prison in Big Spring. The company began in 1984 as Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, founded by current Chairman and CEO George C. Zoley. GEO acquired Correctional Services Corporation ...
In 1988, Wackenhut named Zoley president of Wackenhut Corrections Corp., which later spun off into its own publicly traded company. ... After Danish security firm Group 4 Falck bought Wackenhut Corp. in 2002, Wackenhut Corrections changed names — to GEO Group - and moved its head office to Boca.
The facility was built in 1998 by Wackenhut Corrections Corp. as a prison for juvenile offenders. It was previously owned and operated by the state, but was closed in 2005 as a cost-cutting measure. In his letter, Ryan said this closure "is expected to be permanent." When the company announced initially ...

GEO Group, which changed its name from Wackenhut Corrections Corp. in 2003, operates 16 facilities for the federal government that are labeled detention centers, according to its 2015 annual report, the most recent available. It previously ran prisons in Mississippi that faced federal scrutiny about ...
The North Lake Correctional Facility was built in the 1990s by the Wackenhut Corrections Co. (which has since become the GEO Group) for young offenders. But the prison was shuttered in 2005 and remained empty until the Vermont inmates arrived, save for a brief period in 2011 when inmates from ...
The Guadalupe Correctional Facility—a prison run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation—opened in 1999 under Johnson's governorship and soon became the site of rampant violence; a riot involving nearly 300 prisoners resulted in the death of a prison guard that same year. Nine months before the riot, ...
At that time, her husband, Michael Figenshaw, owned stock in the Corrections Corporation of America and Wackenhut Corrections Corporation ...
GEO, which began as Wackenhut Corrections, was in the vanguard of the private prison industry movement, landing its first federal contract in ...
At that time, her husband, Michael Figenshaw, owned stock in the Corrections Corporation of America and Wackenhut Corrections Corporation ...
A separate arm called Wackenhut Corrections was formed in 1984 to tap into the growing world of private-prison services; it landed its first ...
A separate arm called Wackenhut Corrections was formed in 1984 to tap into the growing world of private-prison services; it landed its first ...
Allen was originally managed by Wackenhut Corrections Corp, which in 2003 changed its name to the GEO Group. A civil rights law firm, the ...
Back then, Geo Group were called Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, and its history was even more alarming than just being friends with Trump. Named after ...
The company began in 1984 as Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, founded by current Chairman and CEO George C. Zoley. GEO acquired ...

In 1988, Wackenhut named Zoley president of Wackenhut Corrections Corp., which later spun off into its own publicly traded company.
The facility was built in 1998 by Wackenhut Corrections Corp. as a prison for juvenile offenders. It was previously owned and operated by the ...
GEO Group, which changed its name from Wackenhut Corrections Corp. in 2003, operates 16 facilities for the federal government that are ...
The North Lake Correctional Facility was built in the 1990s by the Wackenhut Corrections Co. (which has since become the GEO Group) for ...
The Guadalupe Correctional Facility—a prison run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation—opened in 1999 under Johnson's governorship ...
In 2000, Washington City Paper reported the Federal Bureau of Prisons contracted with Wackenhut Corrections Corp. — known today as the ...
Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, which would change its name to GEO Group in 2003, lost more than two-thirds of its market value during ...
Mit Konzernen wie Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) und Wackenhut Corrections Corporation (WCC) entstand eine private ...
GEO Group, which changed its name from Wackenhut Corrections Corp. in 2003, operates 16 facilities for the federal government that are labeled detention centers, according to its 2015 annual report, the most recent available.
The North Lake Correctional Facility was built in the 1990s by the Wackenhut Corrections Co. (which has since become the GEO Group) for young offenders.
One company, Wackenhut Corrections, makes over a billion dollars a year and they aren't even the biggest prison service in the country.
But in April 1999, one of the prisons run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation erupted into violence when prison administrators refused to provide Native American prisoners the firewood needed to practice their spiritual traditions, as mandated by law.
But in April 1999, one of the prisons run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation erupted into violence when prison administrators refused to provide Native American prisoners the firewood needed to practice their spiritual traditions, as mandated by law.
But in April 1999, one of the prisons run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation erupted into violence when prison administrators refused to provide Native American prisoners the firewood needed to practice their spiritual traditions, as mandated by law.
Back then, CCA's stock price plummeted from over $70 at the start of 1998 to $1.15 a share three years later, while GEO Group (at the time Wackenhut Corrections Corporation) lost more than two-thirds of its value. Then, of course, 9/11 happened, the ...
In 2000, Washington City Paper reported the Federal Bureau of Prisons contracted with Wackenhut Corrections Corp. - known today as the GEO Group - to build a new correctional facility on the site of the old Vann plantation, where 1,200 prisoners from ...
Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, which would change its name to GEO Group in 2003, lost more than two-thirds of its market value during the same period.
In the late 1990s New Mexico saw its own safety issues when a number of riots and killings took place within prisons then run by Wackenhut Corrections Corporation. Johnson came under fire by some for his decision not to conduct an independent study of ...
Arkansas has not had a private prison since 2001, when Wackenhut Corrections Corp. -- now The GEO Group Inc. -- did not request a renewal of its five-year contract to run the McPherson and Grimes units in Newport.
Arkansas has not had a private prison since 2001, when Wackenhut Corrections Corp. -- now The GEO Group Inc. -- did not request a renewal of its five-year contract to run the McPherson and Grimes units in Newport.
was originally founded in 1984 as the Wackenhut Corrections Corporation. The company is a multinational corporation that provides correctional and detention management, as well as reentry and community services to federal, state and local government ...
G4S was formerly known as the Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, founded in 1954 by three former FBI agents. Mateen is not the first G4S employee who passed background checks and screenings to become employed, and subsequently engage in ...
She was an accomplished secretary and worked as such at the Taft Community College, the City of Taft and eventually achieved executive secretary status at the Wackenhut Corrections facility in Taft. It was there where she was presented with the ...
Serco has been running the prison like this for years - first with US firm Wackenhut Corrections and then, having bought up Wackenhut, on its own.
ICE contracts with the publicly traded company, GEO Group, Inc., formerly Wackenhut Corrections Corp, to run the detention facility.


 

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