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Managed by, LaSalle Corrections. Director, Keith Deville, Warden. Winn Correctional Center (WCC) is a state prison for men, part of the Louisiana Department of ... from Corrections Corporation of America to LaSalle Corrections in mid-2015.

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From facility design to daily management to work release programs, LaSalle Corrections and Southwestern Correctional offers multi-discipline solutions for ...

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From facility design to daily management to work release programs, LaSalle Corrections and Southwestern Correctional offers multi-discipline solutions for ...

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From facility design to daily management to work release programs, LaSalle Corrections and Southwestern Correctional offers multi-discipline solutions for ...

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LaSalle Corrections is an established developer and operator of correctional centers throughout the States of Louisiana, Texas and Georgia. Since 1997 ...

www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/2013/feb/15/lasalle-corrections-a-family-run-prison-firm

Feb 15, 2013 ... LaSalle Corrections built a $15 million, 1,147-bed facility, the Jackson ..... to “ avoid the pitfalls we have learned exist with a private corporation.

www.nashvillepost.com/business/prison-management/article/20867322/nashville-private-prison-company-loses-three-texas-contracts

Jul 12, 2017 ... ... until a recent rebranding as the Corrections Corporation of America, ... the third will be assumed by Louisiana-based LaSalle Corrections.

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Jul 4, 2016 ... ... magazine Mother Jones, alleges that Corrections Corp. of America, the ... LaSalle Southwest Corrections, a Ruston firm that runs 14 prisons, ...

afscarizona.org/2015/09/14/due-diligence-part-2-emerald-corrections-lasalle-and-cec

Sep 15, 2015 ... KJZZ reported that five for-profit prison corporations have expressed interest in taking over the Kingman contract: CCA, GEO Group, Emerald ...