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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JPay

JPay is a privately held corrections-related service provider based in the United States with its headquarters in Miramar, Florida. The company contracts with state Departments of Correction (DOC), county ... the Apple of the Prison System," Ryan Shapiro, the company's founder and CEO, .... Electronic Frontier Foundation.

www.readfrontier.org/stories/private-prison-company-buys-then-shuts-down-two-tulsa-prisoner-reentry-facilities

Jun 16, 2017 ... One of the country's largest for-profit prison corporations has closed two of the three Oklahoma facilities it recently purchased in a deal allowing ...

www.readfrontier.org/stories/corrections-department-to-begin-new-supervised-release-program-to-combat-prison

Sep 26, 2017 ... Currently, the state's prison system is at 109 percent capacity, with a record 63171 individuals either incarcerated or currently under ...

www.avaloncorrections.com

At Avalon, our community corrections efforts focus on residential reentry centers, also ... Not only do these facilities give offenders the best chance for successful ... Inc. (Avalon) owns and operates community corrections centers, including ...

www.eff.org/deeplinks/2015/05/hidden-cost-jpays-prison-email-system

May 5, 2015 ... JPay, a company that provides digital communications systems to corrections facilities in at least 19 states, is charging inmates and their ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/chandra-bozelko/broken-toilets-the-new-fr_b_9244472.html

Feb 18, 2016 ... The broken toilet is the future frontier of prisoner abuse. ... Until correctional facilities decide to hire only morally developed people to serve as ...

corrections.wyo.gov

Approximately 313 of those inmates were housed in non-department facilities, including adult community corrections centers, county jails, as well as a 100-bed  ...

fortune.com/2014/06/02/prison-labor-artisanal

Jun 2, 2014 ... Prison labor's new frontier: Artisanal foods ... After non-inmate employees cultivate the cheese at a company facility, it's sold in Whole Foods ... with a burgeoning $65 million business that employs 2,000 convicts at 17 facilities.

www.prisonpolicy.org/phones

Kickbacks, Rates, and Hidden Fees in the Jail Phone Industry .... Dave Maass and Aaron Mackey, Electronic Frontier Foundation, January 20, ... 2015; Prison Phone Company Fights to Keep Profiting Off Inmates And Their .... Department of Corrections should not allow correctional facilities to eliminate in-person visitation.