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How do public prisons compare to private prisons?

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How do public prisons compare to private prisons? Does one type have advantages over the other? What are key issues to consider when deciding to use a private prison? Which type of prison do you think is more effective? Why?

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As over-crowding becomes more abundant within our prison system many states look to private institutions to reduce the workload on correctional facilities in order to house these inmates. Though prison systems provide an outlet for the correction system, there are many factors that affect the use of them. Below we'll discuss how public prisons compare to private prisons and whether or not one type has advantages over the other. Additionally we'll review key issues to consider when deciding to use a private prison and which type of prison I believe is more effective.

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As over-crowding becomes more abundant within our prison system many states look to private institutions to reduce the workload on correctional facilities in order to house these inmates. Though prison systems provide an outlet for the correction system, there are many factors that affect the use of them. Below we'll discuss how public prisons compare to private prisons and whether or not one type has advantages over the other. Additionally we'll review key issues to consider when deciding to use a private prison and which type of prison I believe is more effective.

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