3 edition of prison payoff found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Brigette Sarabi & Edwin Bender.|
|Contributions||Bender, Edwin., Western States Center (Portland, Or.), Western Prison Project (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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From time to time, we find ourselves bored and unmotivated at. The Prison Payoff points out that some payoffs come out of the public sector as well. In California, the CCPOA, the prison guards' union, gave more than $2 million in direct campaign contributions inand the Los Angeles Times estimates that they spent twice that if contributions to PACs and independent expenditures are included.
This makes no sense. Educating prisoners is one of prison payoff book simplest and most cost-effective interventions to implement in confinement settings, and it can have a huge payoff. This text is machine-read, and may contain errors.
Check the original document to verify accuracy. The Prison Payoff The Role of Politics and Private Prisons in the Incarceration Boom By Brigette Sarabi & Edwin Bender R E S E A R C H A D V I S O R Y Judy Greene Justice Strategies T E A M Len Norwitz Tarso Luís Ramos Western States Center Marc Mauer Jenni Gainsborough The.
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The defector gets immunity and receives no prison sentence (payoff of 5 years off from the base sentence of five), while the judge throws the book at the cooperator who gets the full five year sentence (payoff of 0 years off from the base sentence of five).
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