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Motivated by a belief that private enterprise could build and manage pris-­‐‑ ons safely and at lower cost than the state, the legislature has mandated construction of thousands of private prison beds.Lit-­‐‑ tle was done over the years to test actual performance of private prisons or to de-­‐‑ termine their cost effectiveness.Our sincere gratitude to Maureen Milazzo, who compiled, sorted, and analyzed piles of data for the report.

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................................................... 84 Private Prison Influence-­‐‑Peddling in Arizona ...................................................................

86 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 93 Conclusions .................................................................................................................................... 95 Recommendations ......................................................................................................................... 97 Executive Summary Arizona has enthusiastically embraced prison privatization, with 13% of the state prison population housed in private facili-­‐‑ ties (the 11th highest percentage in the na-­‐‑ tion).

Private Prisons: The Public’s Problem A Quality Assessment of Arizona’s Private Prisons February, 2012 Arizona Program 103 N.

Park Avenue, Suite #111 Tucson, AZ 85719 520-623-9141 [email protected] by Jeffrey Collins The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that in-­‐‑ cludes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humani-­‐‑ tarian service.

Acknowledgments The American Friends Service Committee expresses profound appreciation to all the im-­‐‑ prisoned men and women, ex-­‐‑prisoners, and their family members whose lives are im-­‐‑ pacted every day by Arizona’s criminal justice system.

Their words and testimonies make this a powerful document, from which change is possible.

71 Recidivism ............................................................................................................................... 74 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 79 Performance Measure IV: Transparency and Accountability ................................................

80 Transparency ........................................................................................................................... 80 Accountability ......................................................................................................................... 82 Are Prison Corporations Are Writing Arizona’s Laws?

State leaders have failed in their responsibility to protect the public, to provide adequate oversight of this indus-­‐‑ try, or to hold the corporations accounta-­‐‑ ble for their failures.

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